Past art exhibitions at the Lane Cove Music and Cultural Centre. Local artists using water-colour, acrylics, oils and other media have exhibited their work successfully.
Artists from full-time professionals to very part-time amateurs have been received with applause
Subjects range from portraits to landscapes and include cartoons, abstract art, photography, figures: all thought-provoking, all unique.
John Nearhos, Artist and Scientist, in association with NASA, Photographer Rebecca Barnwell and Mosaic Artist Robyn Mah, presents Humans in Space, a chance to win the 2nd International NASA Youth Art Competition 2012
Fragments of Memory by Lorraine Simiana
Lorraine Simiana is an emerging artist. She has an extensive knowledge of colour which is evident in her work. Her exhibition is a collection of paintings, drawings and photographs drawing on significant memories during darker times juxtaposed against the fonder memories of her life.
“In our dry country we are drawn to water, my exhibition celebrates the water in our very cells. The life within.” said Magie Maule.
Magie loves to paint landscapes, her love of water and waterscapes reflects a fluid and free-spirited artist. An artist engaged in an imaginative creative process, an artist who loves to share her ideas and artworks.
Jan Cummings has had a lifelong interest in painting and drawing. Her parents encouraged her with good materials and books, and as a young teenager she attended Saturday morning TAFE classes, and continued in part-time art instruction while qualifying and working as a secondary-school teacher.
Hanna Lichti became interested in art as a balance to a hectic work schedule. Art became the breathing space. Hanna draws inspiration from her country upbringing: the colour and the landscape and loves the unpredictable results when experimenting with wash and colour.
A Meditation on the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area.
An exhibition of paintings and photographs highlighting the moods and glory of this national treasure.
Since moving from Lane Cove five years ago, to live at Mount Victoria, Elizabeth Chandler fell under the spell of the quality of the light and the transient weather patterns that illuminate aspects of the bush, both majestic and miniature.
Midori Furze, artist, and Koko Rerner, composer, each present a work inspired by the other.12 October 2013 to 31 October 2013 10 am to 4pm
“When a single flower blooms, it is spring throughout the world” (Buddha)
Sunday 12 March 2012 - 5 April 2012. Opening Event - 18 March from 3-5pm