Recent Works at Regional Arts House

October 12, 2014

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Shortlisted for the Eutick Memorial Still Life Awards 2014

‘I guess I’ll never be satisfied because there are always more out there’ Kingfisher and Fish Knife 92 x 92 cm  has been selected to hang in this years EMSLA at the Coffs Harbour Regional Art Gallery. This will be the 7th consecutive year my work has been selected to hang in this national prize. Judged by John McDonald, art critic.

'I guess I'll never be satisfied because there are always more out there'  Kingfisher and Fish Knife 92x92 cm

‘I guess I’ll never be satisfied because there are always more out there’ Kingfisher and Fish Knife 92×92 cm

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Teaching at McGregor Summer School

September 05, 2014

I will be running a 10 day workshop at the McGregor Summer School at USQ in January 2015. Bookings being taken now

http://artsworx.com.au/coming-events/visual-diary-private-playground/

Visual Diary – Private Playground

Visual Diary – Private Playground

 

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selected for Redlands Art Awards 2014

A new larger version of the Frogmouth  has been selected to hang in the Redland Art Awards 2014 held at Redland Art Gallery from 12th October – 23rd November

'They connect me to my past' Frogmouth Teapot 76 x76 cm oil on linen

‘They connect me to my past’ Frogmouth Teapot 76 x76 cm oil on linen

 

Hanging at Redland Art Award, Redland Art Gallery, Cleveland

Hanging at Redland Art Award, Redland Art Gallery, Cleveland

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electronic catalogue now available

August 17, 2014

Objects and Ornithology can now be viewed online via this link.

http://pub.lucidpress.com/debmostert/

feel free to view and share this link as it has the entire collection of works in catalogue form. Click through pages and embedded galleries to see all the works in this exhibition.

 

 

 

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opening night!

Susi Muddiman, Director of Tweed Regional Art Gallery, the artist Deb Mostert, Tracy Cooper-Lavery, Director of Rockhampton Art Gallery

Susi Muddiman, Director of Tweed Regional Art Gallery, the artist Deb Mostert, Tracy Cooper-Lavery, Director of Rockhampton Art Gallery

Mary, Deb, Lorraine and Abbey

Mary, Deb, Lorraine Pilgrim and Abbey McCulloch

Opening speeches Deb and Philip Wolfhagen

Opening speeches Deb and Philip Wolfhagen

about to get pecked in the eye

artist about to get pecked in the eye

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A view down the space

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installation image

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Bower Birds

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Instal image

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install image

people in the space

lovely people in the space

Tracy does the official opening speech

deb and Vicki

Deb and Vicki Morley, Head of Arts at All Saints Anglican School, Merrimac

 

Deb Mostert and Tracy Cooper-Lavery, Director of Rockhampton Art Gallery

Deb Mostert and Tracy Cooper-Lavery, Director of Rockhampton Art Gallery

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Objects and Ornithology

July 11, 2014

Deb Mostert Invite Tweed Regional-1 Deb Mostert Invite Tweed Regional-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This is my 13th solo show and will be opened on the 8th August at Tweed Regional Gallery by Tracy Cooper – Lavery, Director of  Rockhampton Art Gallery. The exhibition will run until the 12th October 2014.  Please join me at either the opening or the public programme of an artist floor talk and a demonstration in the gallery 21st September.

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Winner Best of Show

May 28, 2014

‘I guess I’ll never be satisfied because there are always more out there’ Kingfisher and Fish Knife was awarded Best of Show at the Ipswich Art Awards. Judged by Stephanie Lindquist, Director of the Redlands Regional Gallery, it also won Best Still Life.

'I guess I'll never be satisfied because there are always more out there' Kingfisher and Fish Knife 35 x 35 cm oil on linen

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Stu Larsen in the studio

April 10, 2014

A month ago I had the wonderful opportunity to have musician Stu Larsen come to the studio for a few days and sit for me.
Stu travels the world playing his music and had just come back to Australia briefly after several years touring with Passenger.
He is a very genuine fellow with a simple philosophy of travelling light though life, he has few possessions and no fixed address
and in his own words- ‘You look at me as if I’m a vagabond…. well, maybe I am’.
I’m happy to say the work I made from our time together in the studio has been selected for the
Glencore Percival Portrait Painting Prize held in the Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, Townsville. 9th May – 13th July 2014

This biennial prize exhibition offers a $40,000 major acquisitive prize, with the winning work entering the City of Townsville Art Collection.
This year it will be judged by the new director of the National Portrait Gallery Angus Trumble.

Stu Larsen - Vagabond. oil on plywood 35 x 43 cm web

Stu Larsen – Vagabond. oil on plywood 35 x 43 cm web

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Stu hangs again!

Another painting I did of Stu last year has also accepted into the Moreton Bay Regional Art Awards.

Stu Larsen - Jacinta Moore 40 x 31 cm oil on linen

Stu Larsen – Jacinta Moore 2013 40 x 31 cm oil on linen

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