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Monday, April 2, 2012

Maleny Image 11: making music

The Collaboration of Maleny Artists
 present their first exhibition for 2012 ...

Artists were given the challenge to produce works on a theme - Making Music in Maleny - to fit on a 12" x 12" canvas in any medium they choose - and thirty two of our finest  have come forward with a great exhibition. Subject matters vary from leaves to barbed wire and brass gongs. Each artwork has a story attached - so not only is the exhibition pleasing to view, but is also a good read into the minds of the artists as to what inspires their arts practice.

The exhibition is at one of Maleny's leading cafes - Maple 3 - and runs for four weeks until 30 April. The cafe is open 7 days from early morning to 5pm - at number 3 Maple Street ... so when next in town please drop in for a coffee and slice of their famous cheese cake and a wander around this exciting exhibition.

Enjoy ...

 Fiona Dempster - Wire Music

 Barry Smith- Harmony

 Lynn Cran - Finbars

Gaynor Hardinge - Medley in Yellow

 Gaynor Hardinge - City Gig

 Helga Nehrkorn - G Clef Unfurled
 Katie Wells - Happy Days

 Jo Murray - Painting on Silence

 Megan Bice - Consonance

 Janice Scullion - The Fiddle Player

 Dianne Brown - Echo of a Landscape Muse

 Helen Campbell - Serenade in the Paddock

 June McCotter - Rhythm of Art

 Jinty Stockings - The Dawn Chorus

 Rosemary Almberg - Blackboard

 Carol Jackson - Home among the gum trees

 Helen Campbell - Cacophony in the Forest

 Mieke van Sambeeck - The Cellist

 Helen Almberg - Pete's Bass

 Sue Gilmour - Jam Session

 Sally Fisher - I Play Myself

 Deann Cumner - Jazz Club Jam

 Penny Rogan - The Music of Italian Bells

 Marianne Osborne - Close Harmony

 Marianne Osborne - Choir Practice

 Jenni Dimsey - Solo for Mandolin

 Stephanie McLennan - The Singing Lesson

 Christine Elcoate - Just Hanging Out

 Tory Richards - Alter-ego

 Ken Munsie - Autumn Leaves

 Noela Mills - Ozboppin

I do hope you have enjoyed this on-line exhibition and you will return to my blog for regular up-dates ... or you can visit my web page ... ... 

The Collaboration of Maleny Artists ...
COMA is a register of visual artists residing in the Maleny district and beyond ... Currently there are over 200 artists on the database. These artists represent a diverse range of genre and arts practices.

COMA organises regular meetings for its members to interact with their peers, holds professional development forums and plans future development of the arts community in Maleny. Members are kept up-to-date with arts information through a weekly e-newsletter and are invited to exhibit in twice yearly themed commercial exhibitions.

for all enquiries regarding COMA membership
contact Ken Munsie – t. 07 5494 2882



Barry said...

K-bit of variety there; well photographed. B

susan bowers said...

Don't they all look amazing .... and wonderful hanging together as I saw in Noela's blog. Well done, again.