Local Artists Colour Our World at Port Stephens Community Arts Centre’s New Exhibitions

Port Stephens Community Arts Centre Member and Feature Artist Nada O’Loughlin.

 

MEMBERS of the Port Stephens Community Arts Centre have come together to create a series of exhibitions.

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The “Colour Your World” as well as “Black and White with a hint of Colour” exhibitions will be on display until 9 March at Port Stephens Community Arts Centre.

Meryl Miller invites members of the community and our visitors to, “Come and see the exciting new works our Artists have created.

“The main gallery display is a riot of colour!” she said.

The second exhibition is a contrast of Black & White, with a hint of colour.

Meryl Miller told News Of The Area, “Using the works of our talented artists our hanging team have created a sense of movement throughout the gallery creating visual delight for our visitors.

“Nada O’Loughlin Yonge is Feature Artist until 18 February.”

Nada has been painting for many years and enjoys painting in both Acrylic and watercolour.

She loves to share her skills through her watercolour group at the Port Stephens Community Arts Centre, where they have recently had a very successful exhibition of their works.

Nada’s expertise has brought her recognition throughout Australia and overseas.

Her main subject at the moment is the beautiful coastline of our area which she is painting in either Acrylic or Watercolours.

Nada continues to grow and experiment with many different styles and subject matter.

Her gallery at home also includes paintings of Australian wildlife, Venice, flowers and a wonderful variety of paintings that would complement any home.

“The Gallery at the Arts Centre contains unique handmade items such as jewellery, pottery, knitted goods, cards, bonsai, fusion, patchwork, embroidery, spinning & weaving, woodwork & mosaics all items make interesting gifts,” Miller said.

The gallery is located at Cultural Close, off Shoal Bay Road in Nelson Bay, entry is free.

 

By Marian SAMPSON

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