New exhibitions and call for artists at Pomona Railway Station Gallery
What's on in May at Pomona Railway Station Gallery
Diversity in Nature: A collaboration between four local artists, Natalie Barlow and Erica Evans who bring their realistic styles to paintings of birds and landscapes; Jeff Fraser, a woodturner and carver who transforms pieces of wood into richly tactile and very collectable bowls, spoons and hearts; and Erica Harvey who uses discarded elements and integrates them into living botanical artworks.
On show in the Carriage Room until 1 June.
Noosa Colours: Using oil and acrylic, Kasia Bekalarek paints Noosa views, beaches and wildlife, and in particular its birdlife. Her naive and colourful style depicts delight in her surroundings. Kasia's exhibition is in the Banana Shed until 25 May.
3D Artists of the Month: Judith and Barry Rosenberg handcraft 3D objects that delight the eye, including mechanical sculptures, ceramics, jewellery and gorgeously tactile display books. On display in the Signal Room until end May.
Call for artists: Art Market in the Paddock is on Saturday 23 July, coinciding with the famous King of the Mountain Festival. Held in the grounds of the Pomona Art Gallery, this is a great opportunity for local artists and artisans to show and sell their works in a vibrant and friendly setting.
If you'd like to book a stall, download the application form.