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Escarpment&Waterhole

'Reflections'
This current gallery exhibition highlights a cross-section of the subject matter of the gallery's three artists. Jan's ceramics and jewellery are receiving their usual high level of interest, while Steve's photo art is a continuing source of interest to the discerning art lover. John's landscapes depict various parts of out region, including images of the Wollemi, Hawkesbury and the Blue Mountain escarpments. He has also included further Hill End work.
click here for some images of previous shows.

   
Waratahs Exhibition at Mt Tomah

Jan is the featured artist at Mt Tomah's Waratah Festival, with a range of ceramics and a selection of her paintings and drawings relating to the NSW state emblem.
click here to see Jan's work provided for the exhibition.
   
WaragilHouse,102WentworthStreet

Waragil House, 102 Wentworth Street, Blackheath

   The house at 102 Wentworth Street, Jan's workspace in recent years, and the location for John's workshops, is now being renovated. It will be available for holiday letting and John's workshops will continue to be held there.

   Three spacious bedrooms sleep up to eight, an open fireplace, central heating, fully equipped kitchen, two bathrooms, one with double spa, separate living and dining rooms, are all within a minute's stroll to the heart of Blackheath village. Add the large enclosed verandah, and it is ideal for family holidays, cosy romantic retreats, or special interest groups such as bush walkers, painters, writers, photographers, quilters, who want to stay and work together.

Photo Art at Blackheath Gallery
Also shown at the new Blackheath Gallery is work by Steve Moline who is a writer, photographer, illustrator and graphic designer. He is also interested in visual literacy. Examples of Steve's work may be viewed at www.photomoline.com.
 

 

ByTurondale
Recognition for John Caldwell
John has been included in a major exhibition of drawings at the Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, with his work being purchased for the gallery's permanent collection. He has also won the Crockett Group traditional Art Prize for the second year in a row. His prize winning work, and the purchased drawing, as well as work in a current exhibition at Taylor Galleries in Sydney may be seen here. John will be having a solo show at the Taylor Galleries in Sydney during 2009. The subject matter will be based broadly on the Hunter region.
To see some of John's current work, click here.