Still Salon 2017

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Still Salon 2017

The Still Salon Exhibition is a partnership between Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery and Sawtell Art Group focusing on the genre of still life across all art forms including painting, sculpture, ceramics, video, jewellery and drawing. It features a selection of artists who live and work on the Coffs Coast of NSW and is part of the Still: National Still Life Award program.

 

Selected artists are: Leonard Aitken, Janet Besançon, Kerry Brockhoff –Smith, David Bromley, Amber Carbury, Anthony Carter, Jenni Catt, Gail Day, James P Gilmour, Averil Harris, Cedar Henderson, Dinh Hung Ho, Chris Hundt, Judy Jelsma, Jeanette Keough, Violeta Lanza, Penelope Lawry, Raymond Mather, Tonya McIver, Heather McKinnon, James Minson, Julie Nash, George Partos, Sandra Pitkin, Ray Rixon, April Savage, Jeramie Scahill, Jeremy Sheehan, Rochelle Summerfield, Angela Tay, Ross Thompson, Elizabeth Tinker, John Van der Kolk, Peter Wade, Nick Warfield, Polly Wells, JP Willis and Helen Young.

The Still Salon is on show until 27 January 2018 at Sawtell Art Gallery, Cnr Bayldon & Lyons Road, Sawtell.

Sawtell Art Gallery is open Saturday - Thursday, 11am - 3pm.


Images of the Still Salon works can be viewed on Pinterest.