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Friends of the Gallery (FOG) 2018

January 3 – 28, 2018
Sunshine Coast Arts Council Annual Friends of the Gallery (FOG) Exhibition.
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Young People’s Own Show – Elementary Schools

January 31 – February 11, 2018
This annual exhibition features work by Sunshine Coast Elementary Schools completed during the current school year.
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Young People’s Own Show – Secondary Schools

February 14 – March 4, 2018
This annual exhibition features work by Sunshine Coast Secondary Schools completed during the current school year.
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Francine Desjardins – “Persistence of Shapes”

March 7 – April 1, 2018
This exhibit incorporates Francine Desjardins’ most recent work that reflects various avenues of inspiration and exploration.
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Donna Balma – “Persistence of Shapes”

March 7 – April 1, 2018
I have allowed the visual lexicon of my life’s experience to influence my own exploration of colour, shape and imagery.
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Life Drawing Group Show

April 4 – 29, 2018
This exhibition marks the Life Drawing Group’s 33rd Anniversary. Drawings from 2015 – 2018 are featured in various mediums.
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Jen Drysdale – This Earth

Exhibit: May 2 – 27, 2018
I primarily use acrylic and oil paint but recently began experimenting with cold wax and oils. Some new themes emerging for me through the use of cold wax and oil are the portrait, imagination and the unconscious.
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This is Who I Am: The Politics of the Queer Body

May 30 – June 24
This exhibition features the large scale works of visual artists Sheryl McDougald and Noel Silver.
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Katherine Johnston – Abstracts Exposed

June 27 – July 22
Colour, texture and mark-making often unite with a memory of landscapes observed, or a piece of classical or upbeat music playing in the background.
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Alanna Wood – Elemental Detail

June 27 – July 22
This exhibition of small-format abstract work is an exploration in conveying detailed visual information through a variety of media, some of which are quite unconventional.
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Trashformation Group Show

July 25 – August 19, 2018
Art can stimulate, aggravate, shock, intrigue, beautify, clarify. What can you find that is thrown away and repurpose into something artful that evokes an emotion within us?
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Alison Taylor – The Physics of Being

Meet the Artist: Sept. 2, 1:30pm

This series of abstract works is based on diagrams from physics textbooks, and reflects on the parallels between concepts in physics and psychology, such as leverage, friction and tension.
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Paula O-Brien & Bruce Edwards – Paintings From My Travels

Meet the Artist: Sep. 2, 1:30pm

The artists present artwork from their travels. From small travel sketch books to lively plein air oils and watercolours and more finished studio works.
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Eugenia Stephenson – Painting with Fibre

September 19 – October 14
These pieces demonstrate and bring out that magic through the exaggeration of colour and texture.
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Jennifer Goodwin – Floral Dialogues

September 19 – October 14
I have been working with botanical imagery for many years, constantly exploring new mediums and visual expressions that allow me to portray the movement, energy and freshness of the surrounding natural environment.
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Art Crawl and Art Card Fundraiser

October 17 – November 11
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October 24 – November 11
Sunshine Coast Printmakers exhibit their work to celebrate the art of printmaking. Reception: Sunday, October 28, 2019, 2-4pm.
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Young Artists Awards & Banner Project Exhibit

November 28 - December 15, 2018