Past Exhibitions



Paintings and drawings from the students of Michael Herron.
29 May – 15 June


Paintings and drawings from the students of Yvonne East.
8 May – 25 May

Awash with Wonderful Watercolour

Works from the students of Susie Murphie.
17 April – 4 May

Artsphere 2024

Works from the students of Judith White.
7 February – 2 March 2024

Members Xmas Show!

The Member’s Xmas Show is a rotating exhibition at the end of the year to give the community a creative gift for the festive season, and a chance for members to sell work they have. The twist is that you can take the work home when you buy it!


Opening Night – 23rd November, 6pm-8pm
24th Nov – 2nd Dec 2023

An exhibition from the students of Yaeli Ohana

Image details
Left: Release (detail), Merryl Greaves, Acrylic on Canvas, 94 × 94cm, 2023
Right: Coastal (detail), Brenda Duncombe, Acrylic on Canvas, 50 × 60cm, 2023

Strength & Fragility

Opening Night – 12 October, 6pm – 8pm
10 – 28 October
An exhibition by the students of Tim Allen
"Strength and fragility – the dichotomy that permeates life. They are the foundations upon which we interpret our world.
The works in this exhibition tease out the meaning of the push and pull of strength and fragility, of resilience and vulnerability.
Individual interpretations are expressed through various genres – landscape, the human form, objects and in styles from realism to abstraction.
The artists ask us to examine our traditional understanding of what constitutes strength and fragility against the background of a challenging and changing world."

Weird and Wonderful

24 August Opening Night – 9 September 2023
An exhibition by the Ceramic students of Chris Ma

Impressing the Ink

2 – 19 August (opening night: 3 August, 6-8pm)
An exhibition by the printmaking students of Lenore Bassan, Angus Fisher, Stephen Hall, Roslyn Kean and Seraphina Martin


18 – 29 July
An exhibition by the painting students of Stephen Hall

Australian Society of Miniature Art

31 May – 17 June 2023
The National Awards Exhibition from the Australian Society of Miniature Art (ASMA)

Mind Over Matter

10 – 27 May 2023
An exhibition from the sculpture and drawing students of Richard Byrnes.

Secret Sydney

19 April – 6 May 2023
An exhibition from the students of Sandra Blackburne featuring landscapes developed from their plein air studies around Sydney’s foreshores.


15 February – 4 March 2023
The second Artsphere exhibition showcasing painting, drawing and three dimensional work from the classes of Judith White

In the Buff

25 January – 11 February 2023
An exhibition of drawings, paintings, prints and sculpture celebrating the beauty of the nude form by the members of the WAC Sketch Club

Now and Then

9-26 November 2022
An exhibition of works by the Print Circle – celebrating 50 years of print.

Diverse Dimensions

19 October – 7 November 2022
An exhibition of works by the Studio Sculptors and the Laurel St Painters.

Kimberley Horizons

28 September – 15 October 2022
An exhibition of works by Karen Walsh and Peter Whitehead.

Fired Up

8-24 September 2022
An exhibition of recent ceramic works from the students of Kwirak Choung’s Wednesday AM class.


17 August – 3 September 2022
An exhibition of recent ceramic works from the students of Szilvia Gyorgy.

clay connections

27 July – 11 August 2022
An exhibition of recent ceramic works from the students of Natalie Velthuyzen.

From the Studio

6-23 June 2022
An exhibition from the students of Michael Herron.


27 January – 12 February 2022
‘Reflections’ is a celebration of abstraction from the students of Yaeli Ohana, joined by our Tuesday Cottage Group.
Artists include: Louise Knowles, Paul Williams, Maria Seibert, Margaret Wong, Brenda Duncombe, Susan Cadby, Eva Rosenbaum, Barbara Goldin, Frances Kevans, Terry Morris, Deidre Hart, Rose Marosszeky, Ruth Safier, Billie Ross and Jacqui Tosi. Joined by Anne Cockle, Maureen Warburton, Felicity Unwin & Tony Tozer.

Chatswood High School and NBSC Mackellar Girls Campus

5 -22 January 2022
Reimaging the 9x5
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Australian Society of Miniature Art

National Awards Exhibition 2021

18th June – 4th July (Extended due to the Sydney Health Orders)

Judged by Katrina Cashman

Opening night 18th June limited to ASMA members and sponsors

Ewart Art Prize 2021 is exhibiting at the Ewart Gallery till 10 June.

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Eclectic – Collected Visions of the Landscape

7th – 26 April

A picture can be a single impression or a fusion of thoughts, sketches and memories.

The Original Print
16th March – 1st April

An exhibition of original prints by WAC students.

Printmaking tutors at the Centre: Roz Kean, Seraphina Martin, Angus Fisher, Stephen Hall and Lenore Bassan.

Opening night: Thursday 18th March 6pm – 8pm.

Viva Scultura
25th February – 15th March

A celebration of sculpture by The Studio Sculptors Group.

Featuring works by Adrian Farrow, Joan Hurlstone, Eva Kellermann, Vivienne Lowe, Vera Robinson, Kathy Rosenmeyer, Jan Shaw and Roz Stampfli.

Handmade with Passion
4th February – 20th February

Presented by Craft NSW. Handmade with Passion and a celebration of the the Lunar New Year.

Unfortunately, this year due to COVID-19 there will be no opening night. The Willoughby Arts Centre / Ewart Gallery has a Covid-19 safety plan in place.

Meet the Makers Saturday 6 Feb 1-3pm.

No Lines Marked

6th January – 30th January

A collection of mixed media and wire sculptures by Susie Riddington

Unfortunately, this year due to COVID-19 there will be no opening night. The Willoughby Arts Centre / Ewart Gallery has a Covid-19 safety plan in place.
Come meet the artist on Saturday 9th Jan/ Saturday 30th Jan 10am – 3pm.

View Exhibition here:
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Please Sign In

29th October – 20th November

Our latest exhibition Please sign in culminates high calibre works from students and tutors at the Centre. All works on display are available for purchase with proceeds supporting local artists and the Willoughby Arts Centre in the absence of our annual Market Day fundraiser.

Block & Roll Repeat

18 March – 4 April

An exhibition of work by WAC printmaking students.

Opening night: Thursday 19th March 6-8pm. To be opened by Akky van Ogtrop – President of the Print Council of Australia.

Kakadu to Larapinta

26 February – 14 March

A group exhibition of paintings and drawings inspired by travels to Kakadu and the Larapinta trail, West MacDonnell Ranges, Northern Territory, 2019.

Opening night: Thursday 27th February 6-8pm.

A Five Rivers Road Trip

5 – 22 February

The Ewart Gallery invites you to view an exhibition of lyrical paintings by artist Trevor Purvis.

Opening night: Thursday 6 February 6-8pm.

Mud Matters

11 December – 17 December
An exhibition of works by Kwirak Choung’s ceramic students.

Opening night: Wednesday 11 December 6-8pm.

Bundanon – A student's Perspective

28 November – 7 December
An exhibition of works from Glenaeon Rudolf Steiner School year 9 visit Bundanon (Arthur Boyd Trust) each year.
Opening night: Thursday 28th November, 6-8pm.

Joy Ewart Art Prize 2019

6 November – 23 November
An exhibition of works by the finalists of the Joy Ewart Youth Art Prize
Opening night: Friday 8th November, 6-8pm.

Chinese Painting and Calligraphy
28 August – 7 September

An Exhibition of Chinese Painting and Calligraphy by students from Patricks Siu’s Sunday class.
Opening night: Thurs 29th August, 6-8pm.

Saturday Sessions
11 September – 21 September

An Exhibition of works by Judith White's Saturday students Debbie Achurch,Jane Alexander, Kylie Catford, Susan Cole, Sylvia Davies, Robert Engelander, Fiona Johnson, Vanessa Morrison, Carolyn Muir, Lesley Survela and Marionne van Katwijik.
Opening night: Thursday 12 September 6:30-8pm.

Monday Monday
14 August – 24 August
An exhibition of Ceramic work by Barbara Campbell-Allen's Monday potters.
Opening night: Thurs 15th August, 6-8pm.

20 March to 7 April

Louise Frith | Fiona Smith | Charlotte Whitby
Three local painters are holding their first joint exhibition.
Petrichor (noun), a pleasant scent which accompanies the first rain after a long, warm dry spell.

Opening night: Thursday 22 March, 6 – 9pm

Willoughby Arts Centre Festival Of Other Arts exhibition in conjunction with Art Month, Sydney. This project has received funding from Willoughby City Council.

27 February to 17 March

Imagining is at the heart of what artists and scientists do. They imagine what might exist, and what already exists that has yet to be discovered. The artist’s studio and the scientist’s laboratory are two of the rare places left for open-ended inquiry. In these spaces the big questions are addressed: “What is true? How can I improve my world by what I discover, what I create, and what I do?”

In this exhibition, scientific images of breathtaking beauty and technical refinement have been handed over to twelve artists who have imagined them into being in a completely new way in the form of sculptures, paintings, cyanotype prints, digital photographs, videos and tailor made optical devices. Several of these artists had careers in science before becoming established artists, demonstrating the crossover between the two disciplines. Researchers from the Australian National University and the University of Sydney, working in areas as diverse as cancer and malaria research and metallurgical engineering, have been involved. There are, in effect, two exhibitions in one!

Scientists: Roger Heady, Wen Hao Kan, Alex Maier, Antonia Posada, Leonie Quinn, Melanie Rug & Tim Senden.

Artists: Julie Brooke, Lucy East, Deirdre Feeney, Szilvia Gyorgy, Bridget Kennedy, James McCallum, Bill Moseley, Tamsin Salehian, Erica Seccombe, Janet Taverner, Jane Theau & Shona Wilson.

Opening Thursday 1 March, 6pm by Dr Leonie Quinn, Leader of the Quinn Group – Cancer Models, The John Curtin School of Medical Research, ANU

Gallery Hours 9.30am – 4.30pm Mon – Fri, 10am – 3pm Sat

Willoughby Arts Centre Festival Of Other Arts performance in conjunction with Art Month, Sydney. This project has received funding from Willoughby City Council.

Saturday 10 March, 6.30pm

Tickets $55 / $40 WAC Members / $30 Seniors & Pensioners / $30 Student Concession

Bookings – Online bookings have now closed. Limited tickets will be available on the door.

Art That Moves is our annual homage to performance art, and it has grown stronger year after year. With its outrageously talented artists, unique format and limited seating, it sells out quickly, so don’t wait too long to buy your tickets.

This year’s programme is overflowing with humour and wonder. Come and join Sabrina D'Angelo on a surreal and comedic journey, through a suitcase, into a parallel universe, and welcome the otherworldly Melbourne dancer Benjamin Hancock, awarded male dancer of 2017 at the Australian Dance Awards, to our studio stage. We are exceptionally fortunate to have the legendary shadow puppeteer, Richard Bradshaw OAM. Performance artist Ellis Hutch will take origami to a scale you have never imagined, and poet Tug Dumbly… well you just never imagined… Artist/cellist Lucy East will help us entertain ourselves with her moving installation. The consummate skills of these amazing performers will be corralled by the inimitable actress Amanda Muggleton, in the role of MC.

Finger food is included in the cover price. Art That Moves will have its own wine and beer bar under the marquee on the Centre’s lawn.

Images L to R: Ellis Hutch, Sabrina D’Angelo, Amanda Muggleton, Tug Dumbly & Richard Bradshaw’s puppets.
Main image: Benjamin Hancock (photo by Mikael Wardhana).

15 February to 24 February

Current Moku Students of Bronwen Wade-Leeuwen
Janice Baker, Diane Geach, Sheridan Rogers, Michele Skelton, Sharon Snir & Alison White
& other Moku Artists

Opening & drinks with the artists on Thursday 15 February, 6pm

30 January to 10 February

Sculpture by James McCallum

Drinks with the artist on Thursday 1 February, 6 – 8pm

5 December to 16 December

Paintings and Sculpture by Sandra Jones.

Sandra & Camo look forward to seeing you at the opening on Friday 8 December, 6pm ph. 0406 290 613

21 November to 2 December

Exhibition of finalists for the Joy Ewart Scholarship 2017.

Lucy Bubalo, Josephine Collins, Chloe Handsaker, Leyao (Sue) Huang, Nami Liu, Annelyse Lowe, Ruby McVicar,
Gabrielle Morey, Akshkumar Patel, Yuki Tsujioka, Jessica Xu & Tina Yip

Opening & prize giving on Thursday 23 November, 6pm.

The Joy Ewart Scholarship winner will receive $1,000 to use towards term classes or holiday workshops at the Willoughby Arts Centre as well as a $100 Eckersley’s gift card. One Highly Commended, awarded with a term’s tuition with Judith White at the Willoughby Arts Centre and a $50 Eckersley’s gift card. One Commended, receiving a term’s tuition with Ros Devaux at the Willoughby Arts Centre and a $50 Eckersley’s gift card.

Joy Ewart Scholarship Overall Winner Nami Liu
Highly Commended Ruby McVicar
Commended Yuki Tsujioka

7 November to 18 November

Mixed media works by Fiona Johnson, inspired by feathered friends.

Opening Friday 10 November, 6.30 – 9pm. Drinks & canapes supplied.

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The Willoughby Arts Centre on Show
Sunday 29 October, 9am – 3pm.

ORIGINAL ART for every budget & OPEN STUDIOS

Framed & unframed Paintings, Drawings & Prints, Ceramics, Sculpture & more
See the Classes & Artists at work
Kids Activities, Coffee & Great Food, Live Entertainment, Raffle & more

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19 September to 30 September

Works by Jane Theau

Opening Thursday 21 September, 6pm.

Everyone is welcome to join a stitching session with Jane Theau on Sunday 24 September, 12 – 3pm at the Ewart Gallery.
Over the past two years many people have been embroidering a public tablecloth – men and women, young and old.
No experience necessary and mistakes and accidents are cherished!

gallery open. mon – fri 9.30am – 4.30pm & sat – sun 10am – 3pm

Friday 22 September, 7pm

Willoughby Arts Centre & North Shore Poetry Project’s poetry prize.

Escape another night of alternative facts on the TV and join a bunch of excellent local poets play with words and ideas in a way that has real meaning and art. In fact, bring your own poem, any style will do as long as it not more than 30 lines.

For the first time the Willoughby Arts Centre and the North Shore Poetry Project will be combining to bring our excellent local poets together for some pizza, wine and verse and a competitive edge. Yes, the audience can vote for their favourite poem with the winner taking home a $100 prize.

The night will be hosted by Gary McCartney, a Sydney based designer, poet and short story writer. His poetry is informed by his Irish roots, remote landscapes, and a keen interest in how humanity works, or doesn’t. So, bring along that poem you’ve been hiding from the world and see it gather some friends.

Cost: $15 per person, includes pizza. Limited places available.

Congratulations to Thomas Thorpe who was this year's Willoughby Poetry Prize winner.

5 September to 16 September

Works by Thursday Ceramicists – Susie Curtis, Roma Rubensohn, Yumi Sakai-Harmelin, Kiyoshi Ando, Kwirak Choung,
Jeannie Lapping, Rosalind Dey, Sue McGuinn, Rosie Quinn, Di Swalwell, Mei-Guin Ng, Fanny Sze, Feyona Van Stom,
Katya Marden, Margaret Hall & Margaret Strobl.

Opening Thursday 7 September, 6pm.

24 August to 2 September

Paintings by Dee Roberts, Kate Greenhalgh & Pam Roberts.

Opening Thursday 24 August, 6pm.

8 to 19 August

Works by Barbara Campbell-Allen’s Monday Ceramic Group.

Opening Thursday 10 August, 6pm.

25 July to 5 August

Works by Dominique Sutton’s artists.
Sue Andrews, Lisa Ballhausen, Leon Boland, Kathy Collins, Jenny Davis, Angus Dowling, Emily Gordon, Antonia Haege,
Margo Harbison, Tweed Holman, Barbara Hutchinson, Denise Jago, Jennifer Lavender, Melanie Leijerm, Joanna Lilley,
Jennifer Melillo, Alison McBride-Ackerman, Rosie Nankervis, Annabel Pranic, Sandy Pratten, Miles Sowden, Larraine Weir

Opening Tuesday 25 July, 6pm.

Image: work by Alison McBride-Ackerman

5 to 22 July

You are warmly invited to a curated exhibition of artists:
Jan Brigden, Sharan Daly, Nadine Finlay, Margaret Gruca-Dziok, Barbara Konkolowicz,
Mandy Kopelke, Sylvia Monsted, Alison Neville, Louise Ruddock

To be opened by artist Yaeli Ohana on Wednesday 5 July, 6 – 8pm

Exhibition continues until Saturday 22 July

20 June to 1 July

Out In The Open is a collaboration between three artists of the Cornucopia Community Art Group; Simon Champ, Rosemary Dugan & Ruth Sariban, members of the One Door Mental Health Hercules House Day2Day Living art program and the Workshop Arts Centre.

To be officially opened by Willoughby City Council Mayor Gail Giles-Gidney on Thursday 22 June, 6pm.

This exhibition offers the community a unique opportunity to experience the insight, whimsy and humour which resonates from the artists' work. For these artists inclusion in a mainstream art gallery represents significant recognition of their work.

2 to 17 June

Australian Society of Miniature Art (NSW)
Judged by John Caldwell

You and your friends are invited to the opening Friday 2 June at 6.30pm

9 to 27 May

Annual Willoughby Arts Centre Members' Art Prize & Exhibition
A selective exhibition open to current members of the Willoughby Arts Centre

Overall Prize $1,000 from our sponsor Kadmuim Art + Design Supplies

Judged by Mary Faith – Director, Grace Cossington Smith Gallery

Ewart Art Prize Winner Lynda Fraser, 5 River Stones
Painting Winner Diana Robinson, The Laneway
Painting Highly Commended Margaret Taylor, Fowlers Gap
Painting Highly Commended Jenny Lavender, Self Portrait
Drawing Winner Jo Conde, Nyssa In Winter
Printmaking Winner Seong Cho, Trail XXII
Printmaking Highly Commended Thomasin Graham, Something On Her Mind
Ceramics Winner Susie Curtis Vessel
3D Winner Amanda Harrison High Flyer

Categories: Painting; Drawing; Printmaking; Ceramics; 3D

Judge: Mary Faith – Director, Grace Crossington Smith Gallery

Prize: Overall prize winner will receive $1,000 from our sponsor Kadmium Art + Design Supplies. There will also be winners in each category at the judges discretion.

Overall prize winner announced at the opening: Thursday 11 May, 6 – 8pm ($12 entry per person – all welcome)

Image: Felicity Unwin, Global Warming. Winner, Ewart Art Prize 2016

The Wonder Of Water: UNFRAMED
26 April to 6 May

Unframed watercolour works by members of the Workshop Arts Centre
Artists include: Ruth Busbridge, Kay Chapman, Helen Drew, Pamela Duffin, Isabel Gaven, Tina Hamson, Denise Heffernan,
John Heffernan, Susie Murphie, Jenny Saunders, Pamela Seaton and Bruce Stanley.

Opening drinks with the artists on Thursday 27 April, 6 – 8pm

WACky Kids Art Exhibition
4 to 22 April

Artworks by our young artists

Tutors Szilvia Gyorgy & Chrissie Ianssen

21 March to 1 April

Artists in association with The Stables Print Studio
Monica Chivas, John Crawford, Megan Edwards, Jolanta Ewart, Linda Galbraith, Ken Johnston, Roslyn Kean, Marilla Price, Yoko Tsushima, Deidre Vaill, Margaret White & Trish Yates.

Official opening by distinguished artist Ruth Burgess and drinks with the artists on Friday 24 March, 6 – 8pm

Join us on Saturday 25 March to make your own postcard, 12 – 2pm. Materials supplied.

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28 February to 18 March

A free exhibition of art created by mechanical means.
Tim Bruniges, Karam Hussein, Bronwen Williams, Grant Stewart, Joseph Florio, Niloufar Rezaei, Jinlong Song,
Chat-Kuen Eric Yeung, Paul Greedy and Ben Denham.

Official opening Thursday, 2 March at 6pm.
The Willoughby Arts Centre and Ewart Gallery presents Art Without Agency, the exhibition for our annual Festival of Other Arts (FOOA), opening on 2 March, 2017, 6-8pm as part of Art Month Sydney.

Curated by artist and Willoughby Arts Centre director Jane Theau, this is the Ewart Gallery’s first exhibition of work created using mechanical and robotic means. In this exhibition the artist is once or twice removed from the art of creation. Including works by nine artists working in various media, the exhibition is a showcase of the ever-evolving and diverse nature of contemporary art.

Visitors will discover notable and provoking works, including Grant Stewart’s robotic machine, which will be perpetually drawing an abstract mural along one of the Gallery’s walls in response to visitors to the gallery, and Niloufar Rezaei’s Dispersion, which responds to breath, and is heading straight to Milan Design Week from the Ewart Gallery. Visitor interaction is required for this exhibition. Come and participate!

Pictured: Work by Grant Stewart

14 to 25 February

Work by students of Mike Golding's painting & drawing classes at the Willoughby Arts Centre.

Opening Thursday 16 February, 6pm

31 January to 11 February

Jane Guthleben, Louise Frith and Pete Finlay are holding their first group exhibition of paintings at the Ewart Gallery. The three local painters share a loft studio art space in Sailors Bay Road.

Opening event: 6 – 8pm Thursday 2 February 2017

29 November to 10 December 2016

Fundraising event for the Workshop Arts Centre
Donated works available via silent auction
Opening & Christmas party on Friday 9 December from 6pm
(all welcome – entry by gold coin donation)

15 to 26 November 2016

Works by the Joy Ewart Scholarship finalists for 2016: Michelle Chen, Amelia Johns, Noah Mullins, Gautirya Muralietharan, Anusha Pillai, Adela Nicula, Tania Stromsvag & Ashley Tan

The scholarship will enable an HSC Visual Arts student to take courses at the Willoughby Arts Centre to the value of $1,000
There will be one Highly Commended, awarded with a term’s tuition with Judith White, and one Commended, receiving a term’s tuition with Ros Devaux at the Willoughby Arts Centre

The winner and runners up of the Joy Ewart Sholarship for 2016 will be announced at the exhibition opening on Thursday 17 November, 6 – 8pm

Congratulations to this year's Joy Ewart Scholarship recipient, Noah Mullins! Congratulations also to Highly Commended, Tania Stromsvag and Commended, Adela Nicula.

Inksplash & Spontaneous Gestures
3 to 12 November 2016

Moku Expressionist Artists Exhibition: Trish Wade Quinn, Bronwen Wade-Leeuwen, Debianne Gosper, Catherine Madro, Sheridan Rogers, Andrea Williams, Gabrielle Edwards, Janice Baker and Sabine Le Tourneau

To be opened by Dr Neil Harrison, Senior Lecturer in Indigenous Education, Macquarie University on Thursday 3 November, 6.30pm

BOOK LAUNCH at Moku: Out of the Shadows exhibition opening on Thursday 3 November at the Ewart Gallery, Workshop Arts Centre. Out of the Shadows: Fostering Creativity in Teacher Education Programs by Bronwen Wade-Leeuwen
Published by The Learner, a book imprint by Common Ground Publishing. Available online at

Out of the Shadows: Fostering Creativity and Teacher Education Programs is a culmination of five years of research into the role teachers have played in nurturing the world’s greatest artistic minds. The study focuses on the evolution of creativity in teaching practices and finds that many methods are as relevant in today’s classrooms as they were ten thousand years ago. The ancient Chinese used a painting style known as Moku-Chi to nurture the creativity of their children.
They were encouraged to splash ink freely across rice paper, using broad, abandoned strokes to find inspiration.

This book fuses ancient and modern techniques to inspire teachers and their students.

We encourage teachers of today to learn from the lessons of the past. With a focus on Australian Aboriginal and Chinese arts and culture, comprehensive learning models and innovative teaching approaches aim to improve the art education in primary and secondary schools.

Visual Spaces; Imagined Places
21 to 29 October 2016

Painting and Drawing students of Judith White & Sculpture students of Richard Byrnes.
Opening Friday 21 October, 6 – 8pm

Beneath The Surface
06 September – 17 September 2016

Ceramic works by Lynda Fraser, William George, Montessa Maack, Beverley Mitchell, Richard Newton & Weihsin Tabbiner
Opening drinks Tuesday 6 September, 6 – 8pm

POP – Power Of Print
23 August to 3 September 2016

An exhibition of works by The Hollywood Printers – Judy Smith, Jill Harris, Prue Crabbe
Join the artists at the opening on Saturday, 27 August 2016 from 3pm – 5pm
Meet the artists on Saturday, 3 September from 2pm – 3pm

National Awards Exhibition
5 to 20 August 2016

Australian Society of Miniature Art (NSW)
Judged by Michael Herron
You and your friends are invited to the opening Friday 5 August at 6.30pm