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Venue Number - 1

Louise corral

I have been with the arts trail from the beginning. 

This year, most of my work will be painted with pallet knife, it’s exciting, different and free.

The painting in the photo is from my holidays with friends, colour, sea and water are important to me.


Estia Health, 71 McPhillips Road, Bannockburn

0408 233 675

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Venue Number - 2

Marita Reynolds

Marita’s art uses a variety of Pencils, Pastel, Coloured, Graphite, Ink Intense  in her compositions, which have been sourced at home & overseas. Marita’s stories are simple, inspired by this earth and animals. Teaching drawing Marita loves to watch people develop their own uniqueness. 

Bannockburn Shire Hall

0425 735 58



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Venue Number - 2

Peter Reynolds

Using pen and Ink, Peter features the simplicity of repeating monochromatic patterns to form the foundation of his work. Peter allows intuition to guide his work. He is inspired by nature and the inter connectivity of all things.


Bannockburn Shire Hall 













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Venue Number - 3

Freda Duke

I love the feeling of the wool on my fingers & I am also passionate about spinning it. My skeins are exhibited at many shows, then woven, knitted or felted into fashion garments.


 Bannockburn Community Sports Stadium



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Venue Number - 3

Jennie Urquhart

It is a joy to be a botanical artist to carefully observe, and accurately bring the beauty of a plant into a drawing. My particular passion is drawing Australian native flora in coloured pencil and graphite. 


Bannockburn Community Sports Stadium 



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Venue Number - 3

Lyn Dickson

Lyn creates books, wall art and sculptures using textiles, papers and plant material.


 Bannockburn Community Sports Stadium  



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Venue Number - 3

Mayreni Khozouei

Mayreni loves to weave her magic in a variety of ways. Exploring texture and colour.


 Bannockburn Community Sports Stadium 



 


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Venue Number - 3

Barry Lang

Barry started painting when he was 78 years old and is now 85. He loves to paint in oils and his subjects are portraiture, landscapes and seascapes,  Anything that is real and can be recognized.


 Bannockburn Community Sports Stadium 








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Venue Number - 3

Colleen O’Loghlen

Colleen’s recent fused glass applications are small vessels inspired by nature with the wonderful spectrum of hues in the seasons of spring, summer, autumn & winter. The textured earrings are mostly copper and some of recycled sterling silver with combinations of both the metals. 


Bannockburn Community Sports Stadium 








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Venue Number - 3

Sam Gilmore

 Sam is a prolific painter, working every day. 

He loves to create lovely acrylic or water colours of his homeland in Ireland, and local scenery. Sam has been a member of Bannockburn art group for 20 years. 


Bannockburn Community Sports Stadium 


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Venue Number - 3

Jan Hurlestone

Using water colour and acrylic paints, Jan creates images of the natural world. Her skillful use of colour breathes life and soul into her animals and landscapes. 


 Bannockburn Community Sports Stadium 






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Venue Number - 3

Rosslyn Bosnar

I have been involved with the local arts group for 20 years. I love working with many different mediums including oil, acrylic, pastel, water colour, alcohol ink and Silk painting. I will be demonstrating “acrylic pouring“ & “alcohol" inks. 


Bannockburn Community Sports Stadium 



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Venue Number - 3

Jen Jones

Jen enjoys capturing people with a story to tell, with my pastel art works. I also do large canvas acrylic works that have a strong environmental message as my ‘Future Landscapes’ and my ‘Future Oceans’ that you will see on exhibition at the Bannockburn Sports Stadium. 


Bannockburn Community Sports Stadium 

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Venue Number - 4

Marie perryman

The best of nature from landscapes to floral art works that are calming, soothing & pure delight.


Marie Perryman Studio

32 Alice Mews,  Bannockburn

03 5281 2215




 

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Venue Number - 4

Melinda gregory

Melinda has been water colour painting for many years and her images reflect nature in soft, dream like tree scapes and soft colourful feathers. 


Marie Perryman Studio

32 Alice Mews,  Bannockburn






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Venue Number - 5

sharyn marriot

Escape into a world of real and imaginative land and seascapes with these tactile pastel pieces.


Teesdale Hall,  Teesdale



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Venue Number - 5

Jenny taberner

Jenny works in Acrylics an blends vibrant yellows, oranges & reds characteristic of the desert landscape, contrasting sharply with the intense blue sky to evoke the spirit and the emotions of the landscape.


 Teesdale Hall,  Teesdale 











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Venue Number - 5

Cris boerner

Cris has had a lifelong relationship with textiles and the last five years she has focused on millinery, creating award winning hats as well as head wear for theatre productions.


 Teesdale Hall,  Teesdale