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Reminder: MTAS Monthly Demonstration Meeting with Luke Kelly – Acrylics – 9th August 2022

MTAS Monthly Demonstration Meeting
Luke Kelly – 9th August 2022
Acrylics

This is a reminder that Luke Kelly is back to demonstrate in Acrylics on Tuesday, 9th August, 7:30pm at the Stan Stevens Studio, Deerubbin Centre, George St, Windsor. We are so excited!

CovidSafe practises will be in place.

Please register your attendance by email to info@mtas.com.au.

Both members and non-members are welcome to join our meetings to view an inspirational artist at work each month, as well as the opportunity to enjoy networking with like-minded art enthusiasts.

About Luke Kelly:

Originally from the UK – Luke has lived in Australia since 2002 and is a self-taught acrylic painter. He’s inspired by Australia’s natural beauty and boisterous wildlife.

He’s exhibited in galleries across NSW, was awarded first place in the global online competition “Art Wars” in 2017, and is currently the president of the Ferry Artists Gallery in Wisemans Ferry. He has a passion for painting, teaching, and creating public art in and around his local community.

To see more of Luke’s work, you can visit his pages:
www.lukekellyartwork.com
www.redbubble.com/people/lukekellyart/shop
www.facebook.com/lukekellyartwork

Contact Annemarie for more info: 0429 234 873

We look forward to seeing you there!

For more news about MTAS, you can follow us on our channels:

MTAS blog www.mtas.com.au/mtas-blog
Facebook www.facebook.com/MacquarieTownsArtsSociety
Instagram www.instagram.com/macquarietownsartssociety/
Youtube www.youtube.com/channel/UCNLJysmLa7yB1o-T77T1Pcw

MTAS Monthly Demonstration Meeting with Luke Kelly – Acrylics – 9th August 2022

MTAS Monthly Demonstration Meeting
Luke Kelly – 9th August 2022
Acrylics

We’re excited to welcome Luke Kelly back to demonstrate in Acrylics on Tuesday, 9th August, 7:30pm at the Stan Stevens Studio, Deerubbin Centre, George St, Windsor.

CovidSafe practises will be in place.

Please register your attendance by email to info@mtas.com.au.

Both members and non-members are welcome to join our meetings to view an inspirational artist at work each month, as well as the opportunity to enjoy networking with like-minded art enthusiasts.

About Luke Kelly:

Originally from the UK – Luke has lived in Australia since 2002 and is a self-taught acrylic painter. He’s inspired by Australia’s natural beauty and boisterous wildlife.

He’s exhibited in galleries across NSW, was awarded first place in the global online competition “Art Wars” in 2017, and is currently the president of the Ferry Artists Gallery in Wisemans Ferry. He has a passion for painting, teaching, and creating public art in and around his local community.

To see more of Luke’s work, you can visit his pages:
www.lukekellyartwork.com
www.redbubble.com/people/lukekellyart/shop
www.facebook.com/lukekellyartwork

Contact Annemarie for more info: 0429 234 873

We look forward to seeing you there!

For more news about MTAS, you can follow us on our channels:

MTAS blog www.mtas.com.au/mtas-blog
Facebook www.facebook.com/MacquarieTownsArtsSociety
Instagram www.instagram.com/macquarietownsartssociety/
Youtube www.youtube.com/channel/UCNLJysmLa7yB1o-T77T1Pcw

MTAS July Monthly Demo Meeting – Acrylics with Kristine Ballard, POSTPONED DUE TO FLOODS

POSTPONED TO FEB 2023
Monthly Demonstration Meeting
with Kristine Ballard – Acrylics

Unfortunately due to extreme weather and flooding we are postponing this coming Tuesday 12th July Demonstration Monthly Meeting with Kristine Ballard.

Kristine has agreed to come and see us in Feb 2023 instead.

We are very disappointed to have to postpone another demo.

Stay safe and dry everyone.

And keep doing your Arts and Crafts.

MTAS Committee

About Kristine Ballard:

Kristine Ballard’s work is driven by colour. Selective colour palettes and disintegrated shapes define the unique style she calls ‘Fragmatism’ where images float, dissolve and fragment across the canvas, and beauty is often camouflaged. Deconstructed shape and reconstructed colour is always the focus of her work.

Specialising in still life and landscape paintings, Ballard works at creating the atmospheric colour harmonies inspired by real life experiences.

She has exhibited both nationally and internationally and has completed art residencies at the world reknowned Art Students League of New York and also in Venice. In Australia, at Monsalvat and at the Mornington’s historic Police Point Residency.

Kristine’s artwork has also been licensed for fabric collections art cards. She is also an experienced art facilitator, having run an Art School for twelve years and been the Arts presenter of EdTV Australia.

She creates and directs many art functions, workshops, art mentoring programs and art retreats. She specialises in demystifying the art process and helping students develop their own unique style.

To see more of her work, visit: 
www.kristineballard.com
www.instagram.com/kristinekballard
www.facebook.com/kristineballardartist

For inquiries about this demonstration phone Annmaree 0429 234 873

MTAS Monthly Demo Meeting – Acrylics with Kristine Ballard, 12th July 2022

Monthly Demonstration Meeting
with Kristine Ballard – Acrylics
 7.30pm, 12th July 2022

We are looking forward to having Kristine Ballard with us for our July monthly meeting. Kristine will demonstrate Acrylics working on an Oceanscape and the stages of a Still Life, discussing the style she calls ‘Fragmatism’.

The meeting is on Tuesday, 12th July 2022, 7:30pm at the Stan Stevens Room, Deerubbin Center Windsor. Come along or join us via Zoom to see Kristine’s beautiful work in action.

If you wish to attend via Zoom please let us know at info@mtas.com.au and we will pass you the link. Please register your attendance for in person or on Zoom by email to info@mtas.com.au.

Entry is $5 for MTAS members and visitors (includes supper)

Both members and non members are welcome to join our meetings to view an inspirational artist at work each month, as well as the opportunity to enjoy networking with like-minded art enthusiasts. Supper provided.

If attending in person, please remember to park outside as the car park closes early.

About Kristine Ballard:

Kristine Ballard’s work is driven by colour. Selective colour palettes and disintegrated shapes define the unique style she calls ‘Fragmatism’ where images float, dissolve and fragment across the canvas, and beauty is often camouflaged. Deconstructed shape and reconstructed colour is always the focus of her work.

Specialising in still life and landscape paintings, Ballard works at creating the atmospheric colour harmonies inspired by real life experiences.

She has exhibited both nationally and internationally and has completed art residencies at the world reknowned Art Students League of New York and also in Venice. In Australia, at Monsalvat and at the Mornington’s historic Police Point Residency.

Kristine’s artwork has also been licensed for fabric collections art cards. She is also an experienced art facilitator, having run an Art School for twelve years and been the Arts presenter of EdTV Australia.

She creates and directs many art functions, workshops, art mentoring programs and art retreats. She specialises in demystifying the art process and helping students develop their own unique style.

To see more of her work, visit: 
www.kristineballard.com
www.instagram.com/kristinekballard
www.facebook.com/kristineballardartist

For inquiries about this demonstration phone Annmaree 0429 234 873

Look forward to seeing you there!

MTAS Monthly Demo Meeting – Stencil Art with Mark Wilson, 14th June 2022

Monthly Demonstration Meeting
with Mark Wilson – Stencil Art
 7.30pm, 14th June 2022

We are looking forward to having Mark Wilson with us for our next meeting. He will demonstrate his excellent skills of ‘Stencil Art’ for us on Tuesday 14th June 2022, 7:30pm at the Stan Stevens Room, Deerubbin Center Windsor

Come along or join us to see Mark’s beautiful work in action.

If you wish to attend via Zoom please let us know at info@mtas.com.au and we will pass you the link.

Please register your attendance for in person or on Zoom by email to info@mtas.com.au.

Entry is $5 for MTAS members and visitors (includes supper)

Both members and non members are welcome to join our meetings to view an inspirational artist at work each month, as well as the opportunity to enjoy networking with like-minded art enthusiasts. Supper provided.

If attending in person, please remember to park outside as the car park closes early.

About Mark Wilson:

Mark Wilson is an Australian artist also known as Red or Redherring. He has been known under the name since High School, so when he started painting, it felt natural for him to use it as well — like a red herring, he wants his art to be a distraction.

Redherring’s work takes on today’s life, fusing abstract expressionism, colour and street art stencilling, creating imperfect postmodern pieces that reflect the beauty, chaos and politik of an imperfect modern world.

In 2021, he won the People’s Choice Award in the inaugural National Capital Art Prize and also at our MTAS 2022 Autumn Exhibition won best in show.

To see more of his work, visit: 
www.redherringarts.com
www.instagram.com/redherringarts

For inquiries about this demonstration phone Annmaree 0429 234 873

Look forward to seeing you there!

MTAS Monthly Demonstration Meeting with Luke Kelly – 8th March 2022

MTAS Monthly Demonstration Meeting
Luke Kelly – 8th March 2022
“Native Animals” – Acrylics

We’re excited to welcome Luke Kelly to demonstrate ‘Native animals’ in Acrylics on Tuesday, 8th March, 7:30pm at the Stan Stevens Studio, Deerubbin Centre, George St, Windsor.

CovidSafe practises will be in place or you can attend via Zoom –

Please use this link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85484277032

Please register your attendance by email to info@mtas.com.au.

Both members and non members are welcome to join our meetings to view an inspirational artist at work each month, as well as the opportunity to enjoy networking with like-minded art enthusiasts.

About Luke Kelly:

Originally from the UK – Luke has lived in Australia since 2002 and is a self-taught acrylic painter. He’s inspired by Australia’s natural beauty and boisterous wildlife.

He’s exhibited in galleries across NSW, was awarded first place in the global online competition “Art Wars” in 2017 and is currently the president of the Ferry Artists Gallery in Wisemans Ferry. He has a passion for painting, teaching and creating public art in and around his local community.

To see more of Luke’s work, you can visit his pages:
www.lukekellyartwork.com
www.redbubble.com/people/lukekellyart/shop
www.facebook.com/lukekellyartwork

Contact Annemarie for more info: 0429 234 873

We look forward to seeing you there!

For more news about MTAS, you can follow us on our channels:

MTAS blog www.mtas.com.au/mtas-blog
Facebook www.facebook.com/MacquarieTownsArtsSociety
Instagram www.instagram.com/macquarietownsartssociety/
Youtube www.youtube.com/channel/UCNLJysmLa7yB1o-T77T1Pcw

Reminder: MTAS Monthly Demonstration Meeting with Carol Gill – 8th February 2022

MTAS Monthly Demonstration Meeting
Carol Gill – 8th February 2022
“Tone & Texture”

Reminding all that for our first Meeting of the year we are looking forward to welcoming Carol Gill demonstrating ‘Tone & Texture’ on Tuesday, 8th February, 7:30pm at the Stan Stevens Studio, Deerubbin Centre, George St, Windsor.

CovidSafe practises will be in place or attend via Zoom:

Please use this link – https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87615983143

Please register your attendance by email to info@mtas.com.au.

Both members and non members are welcome to join our meetings to view an inspirational artist at work each month, as well as the opportunity to enjoy networking with like-minded art enthusiasts.

About Carol Gill:

Carol began her art career as a Graphic Designer spending her early years in advertising. Developing her art practise in this era meant the icons of the 70s-80s like Brett Whitely, Ken Done and Jenny Kee also heavily influenced her art.

In later years she rediscovered her art through further study and workshops where she was introduced to mixed media and collage by Judith White.

Carol uses a wide range of traditional Korean mulberry papers or “hanji”, tissue papers, water colours and gouache and loves the way they respond and react with one another.

She’s captivated by the textures and organic materials of the hanji papers and their relationship to the natural landscape from which they have been sourced. She enjoys bringing the beautifully delicate yet strong qualities of hanji to a very contemporary Australian theme.

To see more of Carol’s work visit www.carolgillgraphics.com.

Contact Annemarie for more info: 0429 234 873

We look forward to seeing you there!

Follow MTAS on our channels:
MTAS blog www.mtas.com.au/mtas-blog
Facebook www.facebook.com/MacquarieTownsArtsSociety
Instagram www.instagram.com/macquarietownsartssociety
Youtube 
www.youtube.com/channel/UCNLJysmLa7yB1o-T77T1Pc

MTAS Monthly Demonstration Meeting with Carol Gill – 8th February 2022

MTAS Monthly Demonstration Meeting
Carol Gill – 8th February 2022
“Tone & Texture”

Welcome to 2022. For our first Meeting of the year we are looking forward to welcoming Carol Gill demonstrating ‘Tone & Texture’ on Tuesday, 8th February, 7:30pm at the Stan Stevens Studio, Deerubbin Centre, George St, Windsor.

CovidSafe practises will be in place or attend via Zoom:

Please use this link – https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87615983143

Please register your attendance by email to info@mtas.com.au.

Both members and non members are welcome to join our meetings to view an inspirational artist at work each month, as well as the opportunity to enjoy networking with like-minded art enthusiasts.

About Carol Gill:

Carol began her art career as a Graphic Designer spending her early years in advertising. Developing her art practise in this era meant the icons of the 70s-80s like Brett Whitely, Ken Done and Jenny Kee also heavily influenced her art.

In later years she rediscovered her art through further study and workshops where she was introduced to mixed media and collage by Judith White.

Carol uses a wide range of traditional Korean mulberry papers or “hanji”, tissue papers, water colours and gouache and loves the way they respond and react with one another.

She’s captivated by the textures and organic materials of the hanji papers and their relationship to the natural landscape from which they have been sourced. She enjoys bringing the beautifully delicate yet strong qualities of hanji to a very contemporary Australian theme.

To see more of Carol’s work visit www.carolgillgraphics.com.

Contact Annemarie for more info: 0429 234 873

We look forward to seeing you there!

Follow MTAS on our channels:
MTAS blog www.mtas.com.au/mtas-blog
Facebook www.facebook.com/MacquarieTownsArtsSociety
Instagram www.instagram.com/macquarietownsartssociety
Youtube 
www.youtube.com/channel/UCNLJysmLa7yB1o-T77T1Pc

MTAS Monthly Demo Meeting, 9th Feb with Meaghan Potter – Mixed Media

Monthly Demonstration Meeting
Tuesday, 9th February
Meaghan Potter – Mixed Media

We are delighted to have Meaghan Potter demonstrating Mixed Media – Watercolour, Ink and Conte charcoal on Tuesday, 9th February, 7:30pm at the Stan Stevens Studio at 300 George st Windsor. Come along or join us online to see Meaghan’s beautiful work being demonstrated.

With Covidsafe practises in place this demo will have a limit of 25 attending so please make sure you register your attendance here: info@mtas.com.au

We will also have it on Zoom and our social channels for those who can’t attend the venue. Hopefully, Instagram live and recording to be posted on our Youtube channel. For those who wish to view remotely please see below and follow us.

See links below:

Join Zoom Meeting: MTAS Demonstration Meaghan Potter, 7.30pm 09-02-21: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/88149642892

And on our sites:
MTAS blog www.mtas.com.au/mtas-blog
Facebook www.facebook.com/MacquarieTownsArtsSociety
Instagram www.instagram.com/macquarietownsartssociety
Youtube www.youtube.com/channel/UCNLJysmLa7yB1o-T77T1Pcw



About Meaghan Potter:

Meaghan Potter is an Australian artist residing and working in the Blue Mountains. She has completed an Honours in Fine Arts from the National Art School, Sydney.

Meaghan has exhibited her work through solo and group exhibitions in galleries throughout Sydney and also internationally.

You can also see Meaghan’s work at the moment in her solo exhibition at the Blue Mountains Botanic Gardens, it is on until 7th Feb 2021.

You can see more of her works here:

Website: www.meaghanpotter.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/MeaghanPotterArtist
Instagram: www.instagram.com/meaghanpotter

 

Both Members and Non Members are welcome to join us for our meetings to view an inspirational artist at work each month, as well as the opportunity to enjoy networking with like-minded art enthusiasts.

Entry is $5 for MTAS members and visitors (includes supper)

Please remember to park outside the car park due to early closure if you are attending in person and don’t forget to register your attendance before the day so we know to expect you. Email  info@mtas.com.au

For inquiries about this demonstration phone Annmaree 0429 234 873

Look forward to seeing you there!

www.mtas.com.au

MTAS December 8th Meeting & Christmas Party

MTAS December Meeting  & Christmas Party
Tuesday, 8th December 7.30pm

Our Christmas Meeting will be on 8th December 7.30pm at the Stan Stevens Studio (Deerubbin Centre).

Please bring something for Show & Tell. It can be an art or craft work you have done through the year or something of interest to show to the group.

CovidSafe practises will be in place. We are limited in numbers so please register your attendance by email to info@mtas.com.au

Tea, coffee & a covid safe supper will be supplied, plus we have some fun surprises planned.

Along with our festive activities, lucky door prize, trivia, games and Show & Tell, we will have Satya Morrison giving a short talk about Digital Art. This will cover a range of software applications that can be used on desktop computers, laptops, phones, tablets and mobile devices.

Satya has 20+ years experience as a Graphic and Web Designer and we look forward to finding out more about these new techniques.

We hope you can join us for our fun filled end of year celebration and wish you all a safe and happy festive season.

Stan Stevens Studio address: Stan Stevens Studio, Deerubbin Centre, Hawkesbury Cultural Precinct, 300 George St, Windsor.

Please remember to park outside the car park as it closes early.

Register your attendance by email to info@mtas.com.au

www.mtas.com.au

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