Gympie Tuesday Art Group
This art group has been meeting for over 10 years with a mixed group of men and women who come together to explore various styles of art.  They have watercolourists, acrylic painters, print makers, oil painters, pastel artists, charcoal and drawing specialists who all have their own style.  Some are traditionalist, modern, abstract etc.  So to cover all the different talents of our group, miniatures seemed an excellent choice of art pieces for this exhibition.

Booie Spinners
This exhibition is the first of the Booie Spinners and Weavers Group.  The group was formed by local ladies who share the same passion of spinning, weaving and other talents as well as producing their own fibre either alpaca or sheep.  As per true inspiration enthusiasm and creativity is shared amongst the members who range from beginners through to the masters.  The ‘Inspiration’ Exhibition reflects what can be achieved when like-minded people come together to openly share their skills, experience and knowledge as well as building long lasting friendships.

Wondai Art Group Sundays (W.A.G.S)
THE FOUR OF US (Third Gallery)
As the Wondai Art Group on Sunday we meet at the Wondai Regional Art Gallery for painting and conversation. Each of us has her own individual style, creating works from traditional rural scenes through contemporary to abstract.  Ethne uses oils; Daphne does watercolour, pastel and oils; Gwen uses watercolour and also does pyrography (wood burning); while Jan uses acrylics.

Kids Korner

Wondai Kindergarten

Opening Night

Friday 2nd November 2018, from 6pm.
$5.00 entry includes Hot & Cold Supper & Punch
Wine will be served by Kingsley Grove Winery
Live Entertainment


TAKE 4 – Whole Gallery
ART MUST be!  For the creative souls among us, the drive for self- expression is always there. An energy that flows out, in different forms, and challenges both the creator and observer.
In this exhibition, four very different personalities come together to display this energy, showing how colour, form and medium can be so very different, but always evocative.
Art comes in many forms. We speak of “the art of….”practically anything! It is diversity that makes life interesting…and fun. Who wants the “humdrum”? All artists strive to make an impact. They want to challenge you, to please you and to make you think.  Art is fascinating! The icing on the cake of life. It can make something functional, beautiful, as in a bridge.  Art IS a bridge between people, yet can also divide. It can be simple…and wildly complex. Yes, fascinating indeed. We hope you find something in the offerings here that grabs you. In the nicest possible way, of course! 

June McCotter              For many years a talented potter, her evolution into purely visual art has brought her much acclaim.  Her love of the Australian bush and its people are very evident in her work.

Paul Musk                          A relative newcomer to the “art scene”, having been restricted, as most are, by the confines of work commitments.  A photographer, painter, sculptor, collector and medal-winning chef, his artistic talents have hitherto been largely confined to the edible.

Jay Musk                          Cursed with an artistic Dad and an academic brother, what was a guy to do?  Skateboard, of course!  He has a fascination with the macabre and a skateboard makes the perfect, practical canvas.  Constantly challenging, only mastered with much practice in the search for perfection. 

Rhonda Pullen                 A self-taught artist, her love of colour gives her the inspiration to pick up a brush to start another colourful day.  A lot of her work is childlike but that’s the way the brush wants to go.

Kids Korner

Wondai State School

Opening Night

Friday7th December 2018, from 6pm.
$5.00 entry includes Hot & Cold Supper & Punch
Wine will be served by Kingsley Grove Winery
Live Entertainment

Wondai Regional Art Gallery
40 Haly Street
(on the roundabout), WONDAI
T: (07) 4168 5926

Open 7 days, 10.00am to 4.00pm
(except Good Friday, ANZAC morning,
Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day)
Entry is Free (donations accepted)

The Wondai Regional Art Gallery is owned and supported by the
South Burnett Regional Council


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