Our workshop series continued in April with two days with talented Artist Deb Mostert.

On day 1 participants explored the possibilities inherent in an Artists Journal in beautiful Girraween National Park – a traditional method of developing concepts, recording subjects and exploring new ways of viewing the world.

Day 2 was spent designing, sculpting and casting a combination of small found objects and handmade low relief sculptures. Artists will be able to reuse the moulds many times – results will be revealed in our travelling exhibition ‘Journeys on the Border’ later in the year.

Deb Mostert holds a Bachelor of Fine Art from Queensland College of Art and has had 17 solo shows and been involved in more than 65 group shows in both regional and commercial galleries. She has won several awards and been a finalist in many National art prizes including the Bale Painting Prize, the Salon de Refuses, Jacaranda Drawing Prize, and Marie Ellis Prize for Drawing. 

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