The 10th Art Tarts Exhibition, featuring the works of a wide array of female artists, will be held in the Mathew Flinders Gallery, Bribie Island Community Arts Centre from November 10 - 29.
The concept began in 2011 and has grown into a much-loved and anticipated, vibrant event.
The three instigators, Bev Porter, Helen Mitchell and Sheryl Davies, invite a variety of artists to take part. Some come back year after year. Some are new to the exhibition this year.
This year’s exhibitors alongside Bev, Helen and Sheryl, are Lorrie Bradford, Lyn Buck, Susan Hamilton, Shirley Heapy, Sonia Patey, Lyn Storey and Tracy Tanin.
So appropriate that there are 10 artists in this 10th year of Tarts.
Their works cover a variety of mediums, including Painting, Drawing, Ceramics, Stained Glass, Fused and Slumped Glass, Textiles, Cards, Leadlight and Wood creations, Jewellery, Macrame and Silk.
As in previous years, Art Tarts will support Bribie Island Dragons Abreast. DA are a paddling group who offer fun, fitness, friendship and emotional support for those who have had, or are going through breast cancer.
Each Art Tart donates an exclusive piece of work for the exhibition raffle, with all proceeds going to DA.
So, come on in and see these lovely works. A piece of unique Tart Art work could really enhance your Christmas gift shopping.
Bribie Island Community Arts Centre, 191 Sunderland Drive Banksia Beach; Open 9am – 4pm Tuesday to Saturday; 9am – 1pm Sunday.
THE ART TARTS EXHIBITION 2020
Bribie Community Arts Centre
Matthew Flinders Gallery