This will take place on 26th of September in lieu of Come, listen, talk at the Gallery.
Your committee felt a change to the usual monthly meeting would be nice and that it will be a social day for a change.
Depart the Brooklyn Wharf at 10am arrive for 9.30am. Return approximately 1pm.
Cost is $45 for Seniors.
Morning tea on arrival with freshly made Anzac biscuits. Lunch served around midday. Aussie Ploughmans Plate with ham, cheese, salad leaves, carrot, cucumber,
tomato and freshly baked Turkish bread roll. Glass of wine, beer or soft drink with lunch, also water on hand. Gluten-free options are available, plus vegetarians catered for.
Everyone to make their own way to Brooklyn. The brochure states a train leaves Gosford at 9am and one returns 1.45pm from Brooklyn.
Contact Judith if you are interested in participating
Mob. 0407 448 574 ASAP.
Payment due by 7th September 2018.
A cheque made out to Central Coast Art Society and posted to:
15 Glenhaven Close
Umina Beach. NSW 2257
OR Payment can also be made at one of our workshops. OR Pay on line using the form below
Please keep in mind
No refund for organized trips or social outings with transport involved.
Riverboat Postman Cruise Booking Form
Please fill in this form to book your place and complete your payment online.
We have planned a bus trip to the Newcastle Art Gallery on Wednesday 30th May 2018 to view the Archibald Prize paintings. We will have a guided tour through the Archibald and another exhibition also. The cost will be $37 per head, that is $30 for the bus and $7 exhibition entry.
The bus will pick up at the Regional Gallery & Arts Centre at 9.30am, arrive at the Newcastle Art Gallery 11.20am.
Coming home the bus will depart Newcastle at 15.40pm (3.40pm) and arrive back at East Gosford 17.30pm (5.30pm)
Please let Judith Hoste know if you are interested in going on her mobile .. 0407 448 574 or email Judith on email@example.com Or you can pay online via the form below.
We are looking at 30th April as a cut off date, so don’t delay!
> Central Coast Regional Show Art Exhibition 2018 media release
The Central Coast Regional Show is fast approaching and we’re putting the call out for
artists of all ages to enter their artworks in the prestigious 24th ‘MARGARET SMITH
MEMORIAL ART PRIZE’ EXHIBITION which will be on display 14th/15th April, 2018 .
Paintings, drawings and artworks of all mediums have been exhibited at the show and
there is a section where budding artists from 7 – 12 years of age can enter. There are
many prizes to be won in different categories including Open, Oils/Acrylics, Works on
Paper, Photography, Young People 7-12yrs and People’s Choice Award. Prizes will be
awarded at 10.30am Saturday 14th April, by Gosford Showground Trust Chairperson,
Mrs Roma Stonestreet.
more info: Download the Media Release Above
Acrylic Pouring and Texture Workshop with Christine Raj
About Workshops in general:
Start at 9.30-12.30pm 1st & 3rd Wed. each month in Studio
2, Gosford Arts Centre. Cost: $25.00 per week includes
guest tutor and morning tea. Visitors are welcome.
Hi everybody – it’s time to dive into beautiful textured backgrounds again, using everything and anything at your disposal. I use everything from a potato masher for mark making, to bits of string, leaves and bark, fabric, plaster bandage and gyprock mixture. And I love to see my groups experiencing the joy of experimenting and playing around with different materials and textures….the results of these experiments can be translated into beautiful artworks.
So start getting your little treasure trove together, including texture paste, glue, tissue paper, pictures to rip up, seed pods, leaves, sticks & straw etc. You will also need some medium to seal your textured surface, and your normal acrylic paints, brushes and palette knife…..and of course, a couple of canvasses, or gessoed boards.
For acrylic pouring technique, you will need some plastic cups & sticks for stirring, a water container, and if desired, some “Poly Easy Flow” or “Floetrol”, which is an acrylic paint additive which you can buy at Bunnings. It extends your acrylic paint without diluting the pigment, as water does. It also produces beautiful “cells” in your poured acrylic. Include either a sheet of plastic or newspaper to catch drips. I’m looking forward to seeing you all again, and sharing the joy of textured painting with you.
Christine is a local artist living on the Central Coast. Born in Wagga Wagga on the Riverina, she also lived for many years in the Blue Mountains and on the Gold Coast of Queensland, absorbing the beauty of our Country’s different landscapes and climates. The rich, visceral colourful nature of our landscapes, flora and fauna have had an effect on her artwork, whether textural acrylics, or ink and multimedia, on a myriad of different surfaces.
We have put together a calendar of CCAS events for 2018, these are also displayed each in the Newsletter that is sent out to you via email with your membership.
These dates are subject to change, please check your monthly newsletter for further details
Our AGM is coming up in March.
Download and nominate for positions on the committee, more information will be in the next newsletter but please get your form in ASAP.
> Download the Nomination Form