The Curious artists invite you to the riverside Gallery to enjoy our all original artworks in a Come Fly with Me experience, looking across to the panorama of the Tweed River. This is the first of 6 new Curious Art exhibitions that will showing at the Gallery in 2015.Works include: sculpture, textiles, paintings, drawings, books and photography. Curious Art is an artists run initiative. Est. 2001 to the current time.
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
Curious Current Exhibitions
NAVIGATING THE STRAITS OF LIFE
Featuring new artworks by the Curious Artists
15th May to 30th June 2013
Works by the Curious featured in various media:
Photography || Drawing || Painting || Textiles || Jewellery
Found Objects || Etching || Glass Mosaics ||
Books || Art Cards
Anatomy of a natural event – Fire damaged found object
$50 – Hand restored by Tracy Jay (table not included)
Empowered by Art – 2012 International Year of Cooperatives is our exhibition begininng 8th February through to 18th March. When the United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon made the announcement, he said “Co-operatives are a reminder to the international community that it is possible to pursue both economic viability and social responsibility.” Well we know it!
The members of our artists co-operative found that business model (now don’t fall asleep here all you right brain-ers!) suited our needs perfectly. We encourage you to examine how co-operatives work in your country, as they just might suit that secret dream you’ve squirelled away for far too long now! As we approach this exhibition we will share some insights into the early days of being an arts group, getting it together, getting legal and having some walls to lean on!