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SCOTT BRETON - Workshop

SCOTT BRETON

Winner of the 2016 Lethbridge 10 000, Scott Breton's interest in contemporary classical artists is evident throughout his artwork. Inspired by renaissance thinking and aesthetics, is new exhibition explores a mysterious and personal landscape of the family property he grew up with.

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BRONWYN HILL - Workshop

BRONWYN HILL

Bronwyn Hill is recognized by her hyperreal figurative paintings. Her new collection 'Lost for Words' follows a narrative, a single figure leaving a house, representing a change of state of mind, scene, and of new beginnings. This new series take a new turn in to the interior, expressing the personal and intimate, and moving forward to new experiences.

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MICHELLE CAITENS - Workshop

MICHELLE CAITENS

With a flair for the drama of light and shadow, Michelle Caitens' artworks celebrate the wildness of our world, identifying the ordinary and the extraordinary. Michelle is recognised by her intricate detail and precise technique.

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Bronwyn Searle - Workshop

BRONWYN SEARLE

Bronwyn Searle is well known for her appreciation of everyday objects that most people step over without a second glance, and for her ability to capture them in a way that elevates them far beyond the mundane, leading us to see them in a completely new light.

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RILEY P - Workshop

RILEY P

Newcomer Riley P joins the gallery in 2017, exhibiting his collection of Brisbane cityscapes. Riley was awarded highly commended for his artwork 'Doughnut Time' in the 2016 Lethbridge 10000 Small Scale Art Prize.

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BRETT LETHBRIDGE - Workshop

BRETT LETHBRIDGE

Brett Lethbridge is a multi award winning artist with a national reputation for his boundless creative energy. His work ranges from the sublime and beautiful linework of his drawings to the vivid richness and exquisite detail of his large paintings.

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Lethbridge 10 000 - Workshop

LETHBRIDGE 10 000 Small Scale Art Award

10 - 19 June 2017
Opening event 10 June 2017
 
Australia's largest small scale art award. Entries open late January 2017. Exhibition and prize announced 10 June 2017. 

Our annual art award this year will be bigger than ever with more artists being selected as finalists and in the running for the $10 000 prize money. This exciting art competition invites national and international artists to submit 2D small-scale artworks for a chance to win the $10 000 first prize. Finalists are selected based on the criteria of creativity, originality and skill. 

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BETH MITCHELL - Workshop

BETH MITCHELL

Passionate about inspiring art lovers and collectors, Beth has made impressive tracks with her electrifying array of photographic stories. Her emotive and captivating art depicts stories of beauty and ethereal themes underwater. Detailed design and handcrafted elements evoke dreamlike, yet poignantly real images.

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DASHA RILEY - Workshop

DASHA RILEY

Inspired Italian Renaissance and Dutch Golden Age painting, Dasha Riley’s photography blurs the boundaries between photography and painting. Her distinctive colours, composition and post production treatment exudes classic old world charm.

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MARISA VEERMAN - Workshop

MARISA VEERMAN

“I have developed my techniques through a deep personal desire to find a peaceful silence.
To pause in an in between place.
Stitching is a deliberate act of taking time.
To linger.
To move forward slowly, quietly and with consideration.”

- Marisa Veerman

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LETHBRIDGE ART AUCTION

15 July 2017 - Auction
8 - 16 July 2017 - Preview

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JAN JORGENSEN - Workshop

JAN JORGENSEN 

Jan Jorgensen is a Brisbane icon, her much loved paintings are inspired by her hometown and depict the buildings, homes and streetscapes of the inner suburbs that are iconic to Brisbane. These settings are familiar, sometimes surprising, but not to be taken at face value. Woven into the architecture and the history are the stories of the place and the people who have lived there.

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ANNE-MARIE ZANETTI - Workshop

ANNE-MARIE ZANETTI 

Anne-Marie Zanetti is known for her skills in photorealistic painting where she explores the impact of light on subtle and simple elements. 

Anne-Marie has exhibited internationally and throughout Australia. She has been shown in many prestigious art awards, including the Kennedy Art Prize, Clifton’s Art Prize, The Clayton Utz Art Award and having recently won the Rotary Art Spectacular.

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JOHN MORRIS - Workshop

JOHN MORRIS

The works of John Morris spring from exhaustive sketching and illustration, drawing on intensive research. 

Intricately carved from wood by his skilled hand, John’s sculptures explore an ongoing fascination with human form and anatomy; deconstructed, modified, and added to. 

Contrasting elements of biological, geometrical and mechanical work harmoniously together as he explores the space between the second and third dimensions, incorporating drawing in to his sculptures. 

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J VALENZUELA DIDI - Workshop

J VALENZUELA DIDI 

Brisbane artist J Valenzuela Didi draws on the emergence of patterns and geometric shapes to explore common scenes and signposts of modern life. In his paintings, familiar urban landscapes become haunting and alien reminders of the beauty and character of the present-day. 

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AI SHAH - Workshop

AI SHAH

The recurring inspiration behind Ai Shah’s paintings is water. In a constant a state of transformation, water it is always on the move, taking new shapes, forms and textures, playing hide and seek with the light, and reflecting the changing world around it. 

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KRISTEN LETHEM - Workshop

KRISTEN LETHEM

Inspired by the natural landscape, Kristen Lethem demonstrates that each landscape has a pattern unique to itself. Kristen explores patterns within the environment, formed as a result of the interplay between topography, vegetation and by extension shadow and light.

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RAELEAN HALL - Workshop

RAELEAN HALL

With a doctorate in Arts Therapy and extensive knowledge of creative arts, Raelean Hall’s oil paintings are recognised for their compelling colours, calm atmosphere and faultless technique. 

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Scott McDougall - Workshop

SCOTT MCDOUGALL

Scott McDougall’s paintings reflect his passion for colour, texture and formal composition, and the excitement of travelling to new countries. His paintings depict his interest in the dislocation of European architecture to foreign lands and the dramatic contrasts between the buildings, both grand and humble, and the people that inhabit them.

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BRONWYN SEARLE - Workshop

BRONWYN SEARLE

Bronwyn Searle is well known for her appreciation of everyday objects that most people step over without a second glance, and for her ability to capture them in a way that elevates them far beyond the mundane, leading us to see them in a completely new light. 

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K D DE SILVA - Workshop

K D DE SILVA

KD’s new exhibition tells a familiar story of yellow train carriages and endless stairs as the artist traces his journey through Brisbane’s public transport system.

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LETHBRIDGE ART AUCTION

28 October 2017 - Auction
21 - 29 October 2017 - Preview

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LISA CHRISTENSEN - Workshop

LISA CHRISTENSEN

Lisa Christensen's paintings extend the boundaries of still-life into an imaginary realm. Curious birds explore a new domestic landscape and invite the viewer's own interpretation of the work. 

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ALEX LOUISA - Workshop

ALEX LOUISA

Alex Louisa is a collector, working with items gathered through her wanderings – feathers, leaves, seedpods, lichen, shells, insects and bones. By sharing the natural elements that captivate her, Alex encourages the viewer to take a closer look at their surroundings – whether it be a bird on a branch, or the dried leaves beneath their feet – and to find the intricate details that may have previously evaded their eyes.

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TSERING HANNAFORD - Workshop

TSERING HANNAFORD

I paint from life and part of capturing the subject is to see it in an abstract way- light and shade, colour and form. My greatest ambition in my work is to allow the viewer to feel like they could be standing right there in the room with me- experiencing the same intensity of light or the quiet stillness.” Tsering Hannaford

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CLARE TOMS - Workshop

CLARE TOMS

Conceptually Clare’s work explores themes of intangible and physical transience, our interconnectedness with the environment and the impact we are having on this finite resource.

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JODIE WELLS - Workshop

JODIE WELLS

Jodie Wells manages to capture her images in what is perceived to be minimal broad strokes of paint, spread with a palette knife. Her richly textured style combined with a dramatic colour palette creates vivid interpretations of nature.

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