Kandanga Country Club

ART SPACE

Lisa Stamos Art

Upcoming Exhibition for June & July

Amanda Brooks

Amanda’s unique work reflects the contemporary, casual and colour filled lifestyle of the picturesque Sunshine Coast, Queensland. Born and raised in South Africa, Amanda developed a love for art as far back as she remembers. Inspired by light, movement, surprising colour combinations, and textures, her goal is to infuse these elements and form abstract, impression style compositions. No matter the subject, she strives to portray a balance of realism combined with the loose painterly abstraction, causing one to compliment the other. Amanda’s work on large canvases are vibrant and textured using a combination of acrylics, ink washes, and oils creating layer upon layer. From her whimsical birds and animals, abstract florals ocean pools, and Australian landscapes to her composition of beautiful bowls, fruit, and kitchen finery, Amanda’s work captures light to form in a breathtaking manner.

ARTSPACE Gallery

Kandanga Country Club hosts a gallery ARTSPACE  where artists are invited to exhibit their works. Exhibitions run for 2 months and work is placed for sale.

The club has hosted some significant artists and beautiful works over the past few years and is currently seeking Expressions of Interest.

Please click on the links below to read or download all  information relating to exhibiting at the ARTSPACE.

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Venue information

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Registration Form

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Expression of Interest

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Exhibition Terms and Conditions

Double Bridges Exhibition

This photographic exhibition showcases the historic bridges crossing the Kandanga Creek at the entrance to the Kandanga Bowls Club.

The Mary Vallely heritage Rail Line Bridge crosses over the Kandanga Amamoor Road Bridge which traverses over Kandanga Creek.

It is an interesting configuration of structures, angles and materials.

Many of the images study the lines and angels along with the natural ageing and growth of algae on the timbers.

Take a trip down memory lane and explore the historic railway bridge that the dining room is named after.

Photographic images are reproduced on stretched canvas and are for sale.

Photographer: Jan Watt, Mary Valley
Phone: 0488 969 408
Email: www.janwatt.com

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