Category: Exhibition

Spring Exhibition 2018

Our Annual Spring Affair will be held on
26th – 28th October
at the Richmond School of Arts

Opening Friday night 26th at 7pm

10am – 5pm Saturday 27th
10am – 4pm Sunday 28th

For your Entry Forms :
You can download Page 1 here and Page 2 here
the Craft Entry Form here

Entries close officially 1st October. These can be mailed or dropped in person to
Richmond Art Supplies or the MTAS meeting.

Don’t forget to enter and bring your family & friends!

mtas annual spring exhibition 26th october 2018

Major Used Frame Sale at Warwick Fuller’s Studio – Saturday – 29th September

Major used Frame sale at Warwick Fuller’s Studio. 306 Megalong place, Kanimbla on Saturday 29th September. The sale is strictly 2pm to 4pm, no early arrivals please.

Over 100 quality Frames priced from $20 to $60 each, some new, some used but good, some for studio use. Sizes range from 8″ x 12″ to 24″ x 36″ plus a few very big frames and a few surprises.

Warwick is happy to show guests his studio where his fabulous paintings are created on the day.

Tea and Coffee will be provided.

On the way you might like to visit Lost Bear Gallery at Katoomba to view Warwick’s 2018 Exhibition (opens on 22nd September)

Please note the event is outdoors, so in case of inclement weather it is imperative that you confirm the event is still going ahead by visiting website after 9am on the 29th of September.

You can see more of Warwick’s work here

Richmond Marketplace Exhibition Results

Hi Members,
Just wanted to let you know our Marketplace exhibition on the weekend was a great success.
Thurs 17 works, Fri 6 works, Sat 10 works, Sun 8 works which was a record 41 paintings.

Congratulations to all those who sold work and thank you to all those who helped for their hard work.

Well done.

richmond marketplace exhibition results

richmond marketplace exhibition results

richmond marketplace exhibition results

FOHacaRG- Landscapes: Town & Country Exhibition – 23rd & 24th June

The Friends of the Hawkesbury Art Community & Regional Gallery Inc
invite you to Landscapes: Town & Country Exhibition

This Saturday June 23rd & Sunday 24th

At the Stan Stevens Studio, Deerubbin Centre,
300 George St, Windsor for the opening of our 2018 selling exhibition.

Showcasing an eclectic range of works from 22 artists depicting local,
interstate & New Zealand images in traditional and contemporary styles.

Also on view images by Henry Edgecombe from the FOHacaRG Inc Collection

Exhibition Opening Saturday 12noon – 3pm and Sunday 10am – 3pm

Free Entry

FOHAC Art Exhibition Landscapes: Town & Country -23rd to 24th June

Jenny Lloyd On George Street II (Windsor, NSW) Acrylic on canvas

FOHACaRAG invite you to enter 2 works for sale @ $5 each into our selling exhibition. Entries close Mon 4th June.

FOHACaRAG PO Box 462, Windsor, 2756 or c/o Richmond Art Supplies or you can email to let Sheila know your Entry is delayed but we MUST have it with payment by Thurs 7th.

Works, delivered Thurs 21st to be hung in the Stan Stevens Studio with a display from the FOHACaRAG collection.

Exhibition open Sat 23rd, Sun 24th with a celebration lunch at 12noon.

Pick up unsold works 4 – 5 pm Sunday or 9-12 Monday 25th

Enter the Exhibition using this form

23rd – 24th June
Opening Saturday 23rd June, 12 noon for lunch
To attend luncheon please fill this form

Stan Stevens Studio, Deerubbin Centre, 300 George Street, Windsor, 2756

Enquiries e-mail Sheila Sharp 
or phone Margaret Ginnings 4577 4440

To read the latest FOHAC newsletter please click here

Reminder: MTAS Autumn Exhibition – this weekend! 25th to 27th May 2018

Don’t forget our Annual Autumn Exhibition is on this weekend!
25th-27th May 2018 at the Richmond School of Arts

Opening Night Friday 25th at 7pm to be officially opened by Robyn Williams of Purple Noon Gallery, then over the weekend of Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th May, closing at 4pm. Free Entry all 3 days.

Art will be judged by Glenda Carter and photography judged by John Hughes, President of the Hawkesbury Camera Club. A beautiful array of arts & crafts will be on display and for sale. This is a wonderful opportunity to come along & enjoy a visual feast or purchase the work of local artists.

Opening 25th May Friday night 7pm
26th May Saturday 10am to 5pm
27th May Sunday 10am to 4pm

Richmond School of Arts
26 West Market St Cnr March St
Richmond, NSW

For further info contact President Narelle on 4565 9222 or Secretary Pat on 0415 200 446.

Autumn Exhibition 2018 Entry Form

Our Annual Autumn Exhibition will be
25th-27th May 2018 at the Richmond School of Arts

Opening Friday night 7pm and 10am-5pm on Saturday and til 4pm on Sunday.

You can download your Autumn Exhibition 2018 Entry Form Page 1 here
Framing Requirements Page 2 here and you can download Craft Entry form here

Entries are due by May 1st!

‘ART IN ACTION’ – 18, 19, 20 May 2018

This year ‘Art In Action’ turns 25!

Help us celebrate this wonderful milestone. 25 years is an amazing CASS success story – bringing the local art community together to celebrate their artistic interests.

Workshops are Filling Fast

There are spaces currently available in the following 2018 Art In Action Workshops:

John Haycraft – WATERCOLOUR Ted Lewis – OIL
Chris Seale – ACRYLIC Robert Knight – CHARCOAL & OIL
Robyn Collier – OIL Catherine Hamilton – PASTEL
Julie Goldspink – WATERCOLOUR Tricia Reust – MIXED MEDIA
Werner Filipich – OIL Jacky Pearson – WATERCOLOUR
John Wilson – OIL John Perkins – OIL
Catherine Harry – ACRYLIC Chan Dissanayake – WATERCOLOUR

4 workshops are now FULL – including Amanda Hyatt’s 3 WATERCOLOUR w/shops

Please check the website as classes fill

Where: Merroo Conference Centre, Mill Road,Kurrajong, NSW (Wheel chair accessible)

When: Fri 18, Sat 19, Sun 20 May 2018

To view the complete 2018 workshop program and for further details on the accommodation options, please visit

FOHAC Bus Trip – 29th April – Cartier The Exhibition

FOHAC are having a bus trip to the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, 29th April, 2018.

The bus departs Windsor, 328 Macquarie Street at 7.00 am, and East Market St and Richmond Bus Stop next to Richmond Station at 7.20 am for a full day trip. Returning around 7.30/8pm that day.

$85 pp ($80 FOHAC member) fee covers travel, exhibition entry fee & morning tea.

This amazing exhibition is not to be missed. The coach will fill up fast so book soon.

For Booking forms and more FOHAC News please click here.

Margaret 4577 4440
Sheila 4572 3039

Visit for more info 

Cartier Paris Necklace 1951/53, platinum, gold, diamonds, rubies. Cartier Collection.
Previously owned by Elizabeth Taylor.

Cartier London Halo tiara 1936, platinum, 739 brilliant-cut and 149 baton diamonds, 3 x 18 cm, lent by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Panther clip brooch 1949, platinum, white
gold, diamonds, sapphires.

Cartier Paris Crocodile necklace made
as a special order for María Félix 1975

CASS Art of Sydney Awards Exhibition – 25th to 28th January

THE 28th CASS ‘ART OF SYDNEY’ Awards Exhibition
This is a Unique Opportunity to view over 300 original artworks.
All artworks are offered for sale.

Raffle Prize ‘Evening Rozelle Bay’ Oil Painting generously donated by
renowned marine artist John Perkins

Australian National Maritime Museum, The Terrace Room, Darling Harbour Sydney,
(Wheel chair accessible) 2 Murray St, Sydney NSW 2000

Australia Day Weekend:  From Thur 25 Jan to Sun 28 Jan 2018

FREE Admission to the Art Exhibition:
Daily – Thursday, January 25 – 9.30am to 6pm;
Friday January 26 – (Australia Day) 9.30am ‘til 8pm
Saturday, January 27 – 9.30am to 6pm
Sunday, January 28 – 9.30am to 5pm

Presentation of Awards is on Saturday afternoon, 27th January, 2018 –2pm to 4pm – the Terrace Room, Australian National Maritime Museum, Darling Harbour

Judge is renowned Australian artist Kasey Sealy

The 28th CASS “Art of Sydney” Awards Exhibition is an annual celebration showcasing the wonderful diversity of Sydney’s leading local artists and features over 300 artworks from 14 Art Societies around Sydney and the Wider Sydney Basin. All artworks are offered for sale.

Artists are from the Central Coast and the leafy North Shore; the Eastern Suburbs and inner Sydney Harbour communities; south to St George and Sutherland Shire; west to the Nepean and Macquarie Towns; from the Blue Mountains and onto the Southern Highlands district of Bowral.

28 years is an amazing success story of which we are extremely proud – especially as CASS (Combined Art Societies of Sydney Inc.) is a non-profit group run totally by volunteer lovers of art.

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