Visitors will be delighted to see a range of 2D and 3D works, including: Found Objects sculpture, paintings, drawings, photography, textiles, jewelry, books and installations.
- All welcome
- No admission
- Free espresso with any purchase
- Off Street parking
- Wheelchair access
Expressions of interest wanted by artists to become part of Curious Art Gallery, a not for profit organisation open, Thursday to Sunday.
If you are looking for exhibition space where you are part of the cooperative culture, working one day a week in peaceful surrounding by the Tweed River, this is for you!
Visit Curious Art Gallery at Chinderah, NSW or click to:
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Spring Art Exhibition
Curious Art Gallery at Chinderah Bay has successfully operated as a Not For Profit Art Cooperative for 13 years this September. Fittingly it will host an exhibition called Milestone featuring the works of current and past members of the Cooperative.
Visitors will be delighted to see a range of 2D and 3D works, including: Found Objects sculpture, paintings, drawings, photography, textiles, jewellery, books and installations.
- All welcome
- Off Street parking
- Wheelchair access
Exhibition Dates: 02/10/14 to 11/12/14
Artists: Amelia Reid, Dianne Smith, Tracy Jay, Clare Bryant, Ness Bryant, , Clare Johnson, Larraine Bryant, Michael Bryant
With works by Curious Kids: Ariel Rivero Bryant and Leonardo Rivero Bryant
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Featuring new sculpture, photography, paintings, drawings and jewellery by the very curious at art…
Visit Curious Art Gallery at Chinderah, just a few minutes from Kingscliff
Curious Art presents the final exhibition for 2013 :
The Mariners Song
The exhibition theme is aquatic featuring over 70 artworks of seascape photography, paintings and drawings and books.
To visit the Gallery, take Tourist Drive 40 of the Pacific Motorway (To Chinderah/Fingal/Kingscliff)
W: Curious Art Gallery
The Cooperative currently represents Artists from Kingscliff, Brisbane, Murwillumbah, Bilambil and the Gold Coast:
Tracy Jay || Dianne Smith || Ness Bryant || Clare Johnson || Michael Bryant || Larraine Bryant
Columns of jointed
ancient lava flows
across the causeway sea
to find their secret shore
of titanic waves
beneath the tidal line
Stepping Stones by Michael Bryant © Copyright 2013
It’s raining owls and prayer books is the anthology of Logan based artist, Ness Bryant. An exploration of past, present and future, the diverse collection features oil and watercolours to a photographic element- both film and digital.
The title is from a line of a poem of the same title penned by the artist in 2000. The poem, and collection, represent the artists evolution, through the darkness and light of this world.
A mind influenced in early days by life in the madness of religion, to the teenage and young adulthood time of rebellion against christian ideals and the oppressive nature of our society. And now, a life lived in acceptance of the darkness in us all, but always striving to feed the light.
Ness Bryant is one of the founding members of the Curious Art co-operative, an artistic home for many different creative souls over the past twelve years based in Chinderah, northern NSW.
After relocating to Brisbane and struggling to feel artistic and creative whilst working full time in the child care industry for eight years, Miss Bryant now attempts to create whenever full time motherhood allows.
“Most of my days and night exploring this world with my young daughter and son, together, feeding the beauty of this place by living a life of gratitude and amazement for the universe in which we dwell.”
Ness Bryant October 2013
October 10th – December 1st
Special opening day 12th October 11am – 4pm (D.S.T.)
Curious Art Gallery
94a Chinderah Bay Dr. Chinderah NSW 2487
Admission: No charge
Curious Artists also represented in this show
Exhibition Works featured in various media:
Photography || Drawing || Painting || Textiles || Jewellery
Found Objects || Photography books
featuring the work of Michael Bryant and Tracy Jay
The Hungry Ocean has been showing for the last two weeks. There have been many visitors to the Gallery who don’t live in the immediate area and are amazed at the extent of the erosion Kingscliff has suffered since 2009. The extensive body of photographic work chronicles the massive coastal erosion events affecting the tourist town of Kingscliff Beach from 2009-2011.
An entire foreshore has effectively been reclaimed by the ocean. Hundreds of trees and sea grass that grew upon the dunes and walk tracks to the beach are either buried under the sand or have been renoved by Tweed Shire Council.
A service road to the car park at the southern end of the beach literally fell into the ocean during 2009/2010. There is a a wilderness of sand now extending from the northern wall to just south of the Surf Club. Major works are still been undertaken from the Club House to the Bowling Club. The jury is still out on the future of this local foreshore…
The exhibition aims to promote awareness of the local issue as a microcosm of global events.
March 21st to May 6th
Showing now at Curious Art Gallery
The Gallery is one of the 45+ participating venues during the QLD Festival of Photography 4