Event held on October 24

Still Salon 2019

Provided by: Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery

Event runs from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Daily, until 2/11/2019
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The Still Salon 2019 Exhibition is part of the Still: National Still Life Award 2019 events program for a two-week period from 18 October – 2 November.

Following on from the success of Still Salon 2017, this time-honoured tradition of a ‘salon’ exhibition is happening again in 2019. Local artist and former gallerist Nick Kachel along with Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery staff, Jo Besley and Cath Fogarty, made this year’s selection of 36 works from 100 local artists stretching from Byron Bay to Port Macquarie.

Still Salon 2019 focuses on the genre of still life across all art forms including painting, mixed media, ceramics, collage, textile, sculpture, photography, printmaking and drawing.

 

STILL SALON 2019 EXHIBITING ARTISTS:

Samuel Beattie / David Bromley / Danielle Burford / Terri Butterworth / Amber Carbury / Stacey Conridge / Gail Day / Angie Dunstan / Naomi Fisher / Mark George / James P Gilmour / Pam Gilmour / Parma Keft / Jeanette Keough / Maryanne Khan / Michaela Kloeckner / Michael Langley / Violeta Lanza / Penelope Lawry / Tony Leitch / Raymond Mather / Anna McAuley / Heather McKinnon / Taylor Meagher / James Minson / Julie Nash / Christine Read / Alexander Riske / Maree Saville / Jeramie Scahill / Jane Sturrock Nash / Trish Tait / Katy Tozer / John Tuckwell / Polly Wells.

 

Thanks to the generous support of Gowings, the Still Salon is on show from 18 October to 2 November at the temporary Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery Annex at Level 1, Coffs Central, Harbour Drive, Coffs Harbour.

Please join us for the official opening on Saturday 19 October, 3-5pm. Tickets are FREE and available here.

 

Still Salon 2019 is open between 10am – 4pm daily.

 

Images of the exhibited works can be viewed on Pinterest from 22 October 2019.

 

Still Salon 2019 is proudly supported by:

~ Coffs Central

~ saso.creative

 

Still: National Still Life Award 2019 is on show at Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery until 30 November; Tuesday - Saturday, 10am - 4pm.