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Logan Art Gallery

Logan City Council opened Logan Art Gallery in 1995 as a community based initiative which celebrates Logan and Queensland artists and provides a dynamic program for residents and visitors who enjoy the visual arts.

Logan

Australia
Address:
Cnr Jacaranda Ave & Wembley Road, Logan Central, Qld 4114
4114
Phone: 07 3412 5519
Fax: 07 3412 5350
Website: www.logan.qld.gov.au/artgallery


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Artists Represented

As part of the Queensland network of regional public galleries, the Logan Art Gallery shows a mix of touring exhibitions, local artists' work, visiting artists and permanent collections.


Current Exhibitions

27 November 2007 - 5 January 2008 (gallery closed between Christmas and New Year)

Queensland Wildlife Artists' Society
Major exhibition profiling the magnificent and skilful works of the Queensland Wildlife Artists' Society members. Experience the exquisite flora and fauna works of these talented artists.
Nicole Cook: Surrogate Mother (Country)
This exhibition seeks to examine issues of fragility of culture within our society, the loss of identity and the loss of our land. The contemporary works evoke questions of belonging and of ethnicity, along with the idea that something can 'fade out of existence'. Artist Nicole Cook devised the idea for this exhibition while exploring her own Portuguese and Cypriot heritage together with her own feelings of what it means to be 'Australian'.
Margaret Fredrickson: Portraits
The portrait works of established Logan artist Margaret Frerickson feature unique individuals she has encountered from across the globe.
Stacey Kirwood: Humanity
An engaging series of inspiring paintings by talented young artist Stacey Kirwood.






Forthcoming Exhibitions


8 January - 9 February

Rosemary Penfold: Search for the Unattainable
Reminiscent of her exquisite textile works, Rosemary Penfold's selection of recent paintings reflect her passion for stitching, binding, embellishing and layering. Tiny marks echo stitches that float on the surface of her canvas or paper in ordered, yet random patterns, resonating memories of the delicately handmade.

Jillian Beardsworth: Interior
Interior examines the changing nature of the contemporary family unit. The domestic textiles, collaged furniture and mosaic works of local artist Jillian Beardsworth encapsulate the emotional tenor of the home environment. This exhibition is supported by Logan City's Regional Arts Development Fund, a joint initiative between Arts Queensland and Logan City Council.

Esther Austin: The Umbrella Series
From umbrella trees to sun shades, The Umbrella Series features a novel selection of paintings by significant Logan artist Esther Austin.

Greg Duncan
Indigenous artist Greg Duncan creates paintings that share his family stories and reference individual family members through symbolism and traditional ... [ Read all ]


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Submission Policy

All enquiries to Annette Turner: Visual Arts Program Co-ordinator ph 07 3412 5128


News

Logan Art Gallery has a store which showcases items made by local artists, ranging from jewellery to stained glass boxes, children's books and toys to handmade cards and hand woven scarves.
The Young People's Gallery features exhibitions by local young people and activities for the younger visitors to the gallery to enjoy.
Logan Art Gallery provides free floor talks and practical workshops that complement the Gallery's exhibition program. These are organised to suit ages ranging from pre-school to adult.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Annette Turner: Visual Arts Program Co-ordinator ph 07 3412 5128
Lesley Nicholson: Public Programs Officer ph 07 3412 5671


Opening Times

Gallery hours are 10am to 5pm Tuesday to Saturday
Entry is free.