MANDURAH PLEIN AIR ARTISTS EXHIBITION – 2018
MANDURAH PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE (MPAC) – FOYER GALLERY
OFFICIAL OPENING: 4.15pm Sunday 21st January All Welcome
To be followed by internationally renowned plein air artist Leon Holmes demonstrating how to capture the late afternoon light.
EXHIBITION DATES: Wednesday 17th January to Sunday 25th February
Quick Draw Competition, Australia day, Friday 26th January – Register by 9.00am
Artists Talks inside MPAC straight after Quick Draw – Friday 26th January, 2.00pm
Plein Air Painting Workshop “Composition” with Leon Holmes – Sat 27th January
Weekly Tuesday Paint Outs during Exhibition: January 23 & 30 – February 6, 13 & 20 Come join us to paint or draw somewhere around the MPAC during the exhibition.
(We welcome Artists of any skill level and media)
Artists Talks inside MPAC Closing Event Sunday 25th February 2.00pm
To register, make any comments or to check where we are painting each week during the year go to our Facebook page
Alcoa Mandurah Art Gallery – Foyer Gallery – 2017
OFFICIAL OPENING CELEBRATION: FRIDAY 27 JANUARY AT 6.45PM
EXHIBITION DATES: FRIDAY 27 JANUARY– SUNDAY 26 FEBRUARY
The Mandurah Plein Air Group was established in 2011 and attracts artists of all skill levels and mediums.
“Painting en plein air is good for the soul. It allows you to capture a moment in time, in real time”.
This exhibition presents their work, direct from the field, as they captured those moments.
Location: Mandurah Performing Arts Centre, The Boardwalk Mandurah
Exhibiting at the same time is…..
‘OUT OF THE SUITCASE’ JUDY ROGERS
“Out of the Suitcase” investigates the idea of “home” from the local and domestic to the wider global issue of migration, through mixed media floor and wall installations on wooden panels. Judy Rogers (Wiesenfarth Judit) is an award-winning artist who was born in Budapest and has lived and worked in Western Australia since 1995. She is an active participant of the Australian art scene and her works can be found in public and private collections in Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain, France and Hungary. “When did I start to state ‘Australia’ when asked, detecting an accent “Where are you from?” Judy Rogers is arriving home from home with the suitcase.