Noosa Regional Gallery has three diverse exhibitions by renowned Queensland artists:
Penance and Repentance: An installation by French-born mixed media Australian artist Beatrice Prost. Recycling materials to create art depends on what others have used
and discarded. Making new with what can only be procured, the artist
starts at the bottom of the food chain! It is a humbling journey from
decay, mould, disorder, mess and chaos to cleanliness, order,
purification and meaningfulness. Joining thousands of recycled coffee capsules, Beatrice shares her
penance as she repents about her love of using aluminium sheets in her
own artworks. This show is her redemption as her shinning magical worlds
rub shoulders with large recycled crafted pieces.
Flesh and Bone: Recent works by internationally renowned Brisbane painter Ian Smith.
Extracts: New works by internationally-recognised Sunshine Coast-based ceramicist Rowley Drysdale.
Entry to the exhibitions is free.
Noosa Regional Gallery is open Tuesday to Friday from 10am-4pm, Saturday and Sunday from 10am-3pm (closed public holidays).
Image: Beatrice Prost, Blanket of Confinement (detail 1a). Courtesy of the artist.