2019 – Paintouts – January

2019 – Paintouts – January

Paint out Locations January 2019

Map references are taken from the Gregory’s Central Coast Suburban Street Directory: 289.

January 22nd Wamberal Lagoon, Remembrance Drive, Wamberal N30

January 29th Swadling Reserve, Toowoon Bay S23

February 5th Patonga Jetty Q32

Please note that there will be a short break over the Christmas/ New Year holiday period.
It is a busy time on the Central Coast with an influx of tourists for the holiday season. These locations are all old favourites that we have enjoyed many times over the years.

Suggestions for new locations are always welcomed.

At Toowoon Bay, you have the choice of staying up in the top car park or driving down to the bottom car park near the Surf Life Saving Club/Cafe.

If you haven’t been to our paint out mornings before, bring your choice of painting/sketching gear and come along and join in. There is no starting or finishing times, come and go as you please. Morning tea is at 10am and lunch at 12Noon.

Non members of the Society are welcomed to join us.
Rose Bickley. Paint out Co-Ordinator
Mobile: 0428 439180
Email: davidbickley@bigpond.com

2019 Workshops – February with Marlene Palagyi

2019 Workshops – February with Marlene Palagyi

Our workshop programme for 2019 will kickstart with Watercolour Painting with Marlene Palagyi.

Wednesday 6th and Wednesday 20th February

Over the 2 sessions we will be painting wet-on-wet to create dramatic skies with different atmospheres in our landscapes a favourite subject of mine, so come along and join in the fun.

http://www.marlenepalagyi.com/Materials you will need:
Paper:
I will be using Arches 300gsm rough (¼ sheet)
Brushes:
A variety of sizes of Watercolour brushes, including a large
mop brush, a fine rigger brush and anything in between.
Paints: suggested colours are: raw sienna, cadmium yellow,
alizarin crimson, cadmium red, burnt sienna, ultramarine
blue, cobalt blue, cerulean, phthalo blue (bring what you
have)
Other:
a backing board, masking tape, spray bottle, tissues,
2B pencil, soft rubber towel or tea towel, water container.

I will provide reference material and step-by-step instructions.
You will just need your enthusiasm and whatever watercolour products you have.
See you there in February.
Cheers, Marlene Palagyi

http://www.marlenepalagyi.com/

About Workshops in general:

Start at 9.30-12.30pm 1st & 3rd Wednesday. each month in Studio 2, Gosford Arts Centre. Cost: $25.00 per week includes guest tutor and morning tea.
Visitors are welcome.

Drawing Fundamentals: From Outline to Finished Drawing – Workshop Booking Form

Drawing Fundamentals: From Outline to Finished Drawing

Tutors: Tutors: Lorraine Best and Richard Sakurovs
When: Sunday February 17, Sunday March 17, Sunday May 19, 2019. Time 10-4pm
Where: Studio 2, Gosford Regional Art Centre, 36 Webb Street, East Gosford
Cost: $150.00 for series of 3 Classes

To book in for this class please click below to download the booking form, details are on the form.

>Download the CCAS Workshop Booking Form-May2019

Download the booking form

 

Calling for entries for ‘Fab Fakes’: An art exhibition of legal forgeries!

COMMUNITY:

Fab Fakes is the most anticipated of exhibitions at the Art House in Wyong. Submissions are being accepted Australia wide with prizes in the offering of $2000 for first and $1000 for the runner up. Highly commended artworks will receive prizes up to the value of $200.

The quality and standard of artworks continues to grow each year. The judging panel from Tuggerah Lakes Art Society, Peter Tassell and Robert Chapman, will be joined this year with 2017 Archibald Packer’s Prize winner Peter Smeeth who is a renowned artist and resident of the Central Coast.

Emulating the masters has long been heralded across the globe as one of the best ways to learn art, which is how the exhibition started over twenty years ago. By copying an original, artists gain knowledge in colour, style and technique – the only proviso being that the original artist has been deceased for over seventy years. All artworks will be offered for sale and according to local artist Gail Brigden “The exhibition is one of legal forgeries, so what better way to get your hands on a masterpiece at just a fraction of the price of the original?”

Fab Fakes is an initiative of Tuggerah Lakes Art Society and this year is sponsored by the Elderslee Foundation – Growing our Community.

The exhibition will be held in the Art House, Wyong, from Friday 16th to 30th  November from 10am to 4pm weekdays and 1pm to 5pm on weekends.

This exhibition coincides with Wyong Drama Group’s production of “BRASSED OFF”, showing in the theatre from 16th to 24th November, inquiries: www.thearthousewyong.com.au or box office. Evening viewing of the exhibition will be possible during performances of “BRASSED OFF”.

Entries for the Fab Fakes exhibition close on the 12th October, forms can be downloaded from the Fab Fakes website www.fabfakes.org.au.

Media spokesperson and artist for Fab Fakes Exhibition: Gail Brigden

0414 615 233, gailbrigden@hotmail.com

Gail’s entry for Fab Fakes is a painting and story of DAME NELLIE MELBA (1861-1931) world famous opera singer, from Melbourne, Australia, who also happens to be Gail’s great great aunt. She also has a rare book produced and published by Dame Nellie Melba in 1915 to help the Belgium Relief Fund, as part of the 1st World War effort.  It contains colour plate illustrations of famous Australian artists and famous Australian writers of the time, all hand signed. Also appearing at the FAB FAKES exhibition will be a ‘hand signed’ poster from one of Dame Nellie Melba’s many concerts.

FAB FAKES EXHIBITION

THE ART HOUSE – WYONG from 16th November – 30th November 2018

Entries close 12th October, 2018

Opening night and prize presentation – 16th November  6.00 pm.  $5  per person 

RSVP: Tuggerah Lakes Art Society         president@tlas.org.au

About Fab Fakes

In 1998, one of Tuggerah Lakes Art Society’s (TLAS) members, Brian Hasler, founded the FAB FAKES Art Exhibition. His idea of the best way to learn art, like many art tutors, was to emulate the ‘masters’. To copy – make a ‘forgery’, a fake of a masterpiece. This contest eventually became a tradition over the years, attracting artists from all over Australia

CCAS Summer Exhibition 18th – 23rd January 2019

CCAS Summer Exhibition 18th – 23rd January 2019

Calling all financial members our Summer Exhibition 2019 is now open for entries. 

Closing date for entry: 3 January 2019
Delivery of artwork: to the Community Gallery,
38 Webb Street, East Gosford, 9.30am – 11.00am,
17 January 2019
Official Opening: Friday 18 January 2019, 6.00 – 8.00 pm

To enter simply go along to our online exhibition form or download it Go to the entry form