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Check Out  Some Of Our Members Exhibitions!

Artist Names: Di Hallinan & Pamela Rodoreda

Artist/Exhibition Statement:

LAS members, Pamela Rodoreda and Di Hallinan will feature at a celebratory exhibition at “The Gallery” at Mount Omei Casula for one day only. A diverse range of their works will be showcased in this magical venue. The Gallery (originally known as “The Modern Art Gallery”) was first opened in 1976 by Van’s mother, Alice Klaphake and was often referred to as “Alice’s Wonderland”

The Modern Art Gallery now owned by the State Government is being assessed for heritage value by National Parks.
Van Klaphake, now 69 years old, has been asked to leave the property and is deeply concerned regarding the future of Mount Omei. “We always envisaged that it would become an artists precinct and continue to support emerging artists in the region. I’ve lived here since I was 2 years old. I’m concerned the property is earmarked for demolition.”

Location:                  “The Gallery”, Mount Omei, Leacock Regional Park (opposite number                                      45 Leacocks Lane, Casula). Street parking only or 15min walk from                                          Casula Station via the Bellbird Track. 

Date/Time:                Sunday 16.10.2016, 3pm (Open ONE DAY ONLY, free entry)

More information:  Kon Gouriotis 0439261849 or Van Klaphake 02 9602 8589 

Artist Name: Linda Brescia


Exhibition Title: "The 'F' Show"

Artist/Exhibition Statement: "The ‘F’ Show brings together a selection of female artists who have worked with and inspired the artist, designer and curator Abdullah M.I. Syed over the last decade. Showcasing works by emerging and established, local and international artists, the exhibition investigates a small cross section of contemporary female artists working today and provides a collective platform to reflect the value and legitimacy of such artists in Australia and beyond. The participating artists firmly challenge the status-quo of a capitalist art market which is often driven by male dominated power structures and has a vested interest in maintaining twentieth-century hierarchies. The artists’ strength and desire to bring change is the fuel for this exhibition" -


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Location:              NORTH Contemporary Art Space

                               53 Ridge St, North Sydney 2060

Date:                     20.4.16 - 07.05.16

                               Opening night performance by Linda Brescia – 7pm.

                               Artist Talks Saturday May 7, 2pm

Artist Names: Steve Jannar and Bing Wu


Artist/Exhibition Statement: " exhibition by award winning artists... Steve and Bing have been painting in and around Sydney for many years and this exhibition is a culmination of works created around the Harbour"


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Exhibition Title: "Sydney Impressions"

Location:              Arthouse Hotel- Graffiti Bar/Restaurant/Gallery

                                275 Pitt St, Sydney, (ph: 9284 1200)

Date:                      Feb 29, 2016 - May 27, 2016

Contact:                Steve- 0431 981 267 OR Bing- 0414 011 461


Artist Name: Lorraine Maggs


Artist/Exhibition Statement: "Award-winning local artist Lorraine Maggs has had a long career as a practising artist, teacher and advocate for contemporary arts in South West Sydney. Her work integrates universal ideas with personal narratives. This collection marks the occasion of Lorraine’s 75th birthday and celebrates her diverse body of work, from prints, drawings and paintings to sculpture and installation."




Exhibition Title: "Lorraine Maggs: The Revisiting Exhibition"

Location: Fairfield City Museum & Gallery, 634 The Horsley Drive, Smithfield

Date: 21 Nov, 2015 - Feb 27, 2016


Related Workshops: "Drawing Fairfield" - "..a unique two day drawing workshop and painting workshop with artist Lorraine Maggs. Participants will create their own representation of Fairfield's landmarks from supplied photographs and to draw their own self portrait with the aid of a mirror. Different media such as pencil, paint, water colour pencils is provided to produce a collaborative mural onto small A5 boards"

Workshop Times: Saturdays 16th and 23rd January, 10.30am - 3.30pm

Workshop Cost: $25 for 2 sessions

Age: Adults, upper primary to high school students. Artists should have confidence to be able to copy/create/explore/trace from photographs & objects




If you are an LAS member, and would like us to include your Art exhibition details on this list, please email your details, photos and links to

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