Exhibitions

“8 Japan” – Exhibition of artworks by eight Japanese-influenced artists

Exhibition is open from Wednesday August 17 to Sunday September 25. Official opening on Sunday 21 August from 11am to 4pm. Meet the artists and enjoy their demonstrations and a Japanese drumming performance by Toko-ton. Lunch and dinner available – bookings essential (5545 1424).

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“Curious Creatures” – Art by William Meertens

A keen observer of human nature, William Meertens takes his inspiration from the people and world around him and then puts what he calls “the pieces of life” together to create an almost paradox perspective. William’s art is playful and humorous. The exhibition brings a variety of creatures and objects out of the familiar into curious realms. The joyous use of colour lifts your spirit. Showing 3 July to 14 August 2016  

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“Winter Wonders” – Come and warm yourself in the show

Once again Hilltop Gallery presents the artistic efforts of the Tamborine Mountain Wearable Art Girls (WAGS) in this years display called WINTER WONDERS. Six textile artists transform natural fibres into fabric and create and embellish beautiful clothing and home wares. Each artist demonstrates their unique ability to create a colourful collection of original works.

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“Botanica” – A contemporary stroll through jungle, rainforest & floral gardens

Botanica is local artist Jen Robson’s latest exhibition at Hilltop Gallery. The exhibition comprises of botanical inspired artworks on a range of mediums, including acrylic sheet, aluminium & fabric. The Botanica exhibition is bright, fresh & current, with modern materials offering additional layers of interest to the artwork. By working with the substrate as part of the artwork rather than just the surface the artwork is painted on, Jen is able to offer another level to the designs. The exhibition starts on March 20th 2016 and will be open till the end of May 2016.

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“SPECIMENS”

HILLTOP ON TAMBORINE INVITES YOU TO THE EXHIBITION by Anne Grant, Nicola Hooper & Chrys Zantis.  A specimen is defined as an individual animal, plant, piece of a mineral, etc. used as an example of its species or type for scientific study or display. Three artists come together with their own unique interpretation of ‘specimens’.  Their creations utilise elements from natural history… From ethereal organic vessels created from weeds …  to lithographs exploring animals connected to science by way of zoonotic disease and human/animal relationships … to objects of curiosity referencing Mother Nature as a matriarchal creational myth. Their works will both inspire and unsettle.

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