01 August 2010
image: Ted Barraclough, 2010, Rainbow Bee-eater (merops ornatus).
Here is the latest news from the world of artHIVES.
1. Ted Barrclough’s Birds at Doggett Street Studio
2. Nicola Moss solo at Redland Art Gallery
3. John Drake explores the waters at Pine Rivers Art Gallery
4. Steve Smart reimagines the landscape
5. Kym Barrett work part of Pray 2010 Conference
6. Dave Groom Solo Exhibition at Tamborine Mountain
7. Amanda O’Sullivan’s book in Finely Bound
8. Di West news round-up
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The current exhibition has been a great success and Ted's Birds will be next seen at the London and New York Art Fairs represented by Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery of London.
The show - Birds of the Forest - will feature paintings and pastels of the mountainous landscape of the Scenic Rim, with each work also featuring a particular native bird where Spangled Drongos, Cockatoos, Flock Pigeons and Robins flit through the forest.
Di West has also been shortlisted for the Noosa Regional Gallery Travelling Scholarship with the official opening on Friday 6 August (6pm) at Noosa Regional Gallery (Pelican Street, Tewantin, Qld. Ph: 07 5449 5340).
Congratualations also go to Di having just won Third Prize at the RNA Show for Abstract Sculpture, and having been approached by the Margaret River Gallery (WA) to exhibit her sculptures, virtually a first for a Queensland artist, and being invited to exhibit a selection of sculptures in an exclusive boutique Hotel in Japan - The New Otani Tokyo.
Joyce Blanche has been accepted as a finalist in the Corangamarah Art Prize - con.ceit'10 - with the opening night on 7 August 2010 at the Otway Estate Winery and Brewery (Vic) with artwork on display until Sunday 15 August.
Symone Male is considering all reasonable offers on all art work listed on her website until the end of September.