Artist Gallery

In our Artist Gallery you will find examples of work by some of our members. For any enquiries please go directly to the artist by clicking on their email address.

 

dianaDiana Battle

My paintings are representational often with an impressionistic application and as I enjoy painting with the pallet knife, often incorporate this into my work.  Read more…

Allan BruceAllan Bruce

My large panoramic drawings reflect an interest in Chinese scroll paintings. The landscapes and interiors, using acrylic on tyvek, range from 60 to 360 degree views and are 1300 mm high by up to 9000 mm long.  Read more…

 

 

 

100_4450Kate Civil

I use the pseudonym K Sun as it is an abbreviation of my maiden name Sundbery.  It is this name that I acquired a Bachelor of Art Education from the College of Fine Arts which skilled me in both the ability to teach art as well as my passion of creating artworks. Read more…

 How many Quarters of the orange.cardJudith Emmerson James

Former art lecturer and gallery owner, working as a Disability Advocate, a freelance journalist and editor, as well as producing multitudinous art works, which include oils, pastels, inks, gilding, etchings, lino prints, mono prints and acrylics.  Read  more…

goma photo of meDeirdra Drysdale

Deirdra began her painting career in 2009.  Her eclectic style and choice of subject reflect the influences of her living and working in countries such as Australia, Brunei, Denmark, England , Iran, Libya, Malaysia, Malta and Nigeria.  Her most recent abstracts are of the Australian landscape as seen from Qantas jets.   She enjoys using  oils, acrylics, pen, pencil and charcoal. Read more…


susanneSusanne Wood

Susanne logged out of her career mid-life in 2015 to follow her passion for creativity.
From her Toowoomba studio, Susanne works primarily in acrylics. She explores her emotional connection with people and nature. Rather than the medium having to conform to her plan for a piece, she is often led and redirected by the medium. Susanne also takes inspiration from existing textures or hues in discarded canvases to grow a new piece. Read more…


Margaret Cruickshank

Margy Cruickshank has been artist all her life and has drawn, painted and used all manner of fabrics and mediums to give expression to her surroundings, emotions and experiences. In her creative pursuits she recently began to explore new mediums, new techniques, larger canvases, papers and pastels. Read more…