CONTEMPORARY ART: Visit an art exhibition of original, local art work by Central Queensland Contemporary Artists.
CONTEMPORARY ART: Visit an art exhibition of original, local art work by Central Queensland Contemporary Artists. Contributed.

Art exhibition at the Kern Arcade

ON the back of a successful exhibition at the Banana Shire Regional Gallery, Central Queensland Contemporary Artists have set up many of those original artworks in the FOR LEASE space in the Kern Arcade. Landscapes, still-life, portraits and more, the group wanted to share this exhibition's creations with their Rockhampton friends, family and neighbours.

You can view artwork by members: Carmen Drake, Gail Meyer, Ainslie McMahon, Veronika Zeil, Patricia Dunn, Jan Ford, John Cooper and others. Several who have proudly exhibited in past Rockhampton Bayton Awards and Gladstone's Martin Hanson Awards and can be found in private collections around the country.

CQCA is a local community art group that has been working and evolving since the 1970's when the Walter Reid Cultural Centre was established. Always open to new members, the group is made up of artists of varying talents, beginners to experienced, willing to share, teach, learn and experiment with art materials of all kinds - including sculpture.

The Cooper family have, once again, generously opened their doors, with the cooperation of Rockhampton Regional Council, to bring you original art work by local artists of the Rockhampton Region. Visit us in their FOR LEASE space in the Kern Arcade over the next two weeks.



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