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December Exhibitions

Please join us for our final opening celebration of the year featuring 'More More More', our annual group show & 'Weather Lore' by Redcliffe based artist Belinda Sinclair.

FRIDAY 7 December, 7 - 9pm 
Bar supported by Stone & Wood Brewing.

Exhibitions are on display from 4th - 15th December 2018.

'More More More' Group Exhibition

Co-curated by Emily Young & Linsey Walker, 'More More More' is First Coat Studios' annual group show featuring emerging and established artists from the Toowoomba Region. A fundraiser for our 2019 Public Programs, ’More More More’ features 40 artworks, received by donation and priced to sell (all works available for under $200).

Exhibiting artists include: Aileesha Detmers, Andrew MacDonald, Catherine Parker, Chelsie Luck, Crystal McLachlan, Dan Elborne, Darcy Campbell, David Usher, Davina Else, Del Baldoviso, Emily Young, Emma Shepherd, Fiona Cockfield, Frank Lee Frivolous, Georgia Breedon, Ian McCallum, Jade Courtney, Johanna Park, Katie Wagner, Karri McPherson, Kirsty Lee, Kyle Jenkins, Lauren Covely, Laurie Oxenford, Linsey Walker, London Heir, Miranda Sampson, Monica Usher, Natasha Wills, Nathan Hass, Peta Berghofer, Peter Osborn, Rora Elwell, Sandy Pottinger, Sarah Ryan, Stephen Spurrier, Sue Lostroh, Sue McMaster, Susan Lynch, Tarn McLean, Two Anonymous Artists & Ute Braatz.

First Coat Studios is a non profit, volunteer run and creative led outfit. Our annual fundraiser directly supports our 2019 Public Programs – preview our plans for next year here:

Image: 'More More More' design by Ian McCallum

Belinda Sinclair 'Weather Lore'

Belinda Sinclair is a Redcliffe based Visual Artist and Printmaker with a focus on photo-media. Inspired by the landscape Belinda's work engages with spirits of place to explore states of unease and disquiet against the backdrop of an increasingly complex world. 

Earth and Sea, spirits at the edge of the unseen, 'Weather Lore' is a suite of images engaging the viewer in place and magic. Navigating the space between people, environment and time, images emerge in the twilight and in the liminal spaces of the sea in its tides, here messengers of the air strike their pose, boundless upon the earth. 

Evolving from a significant interest in science fiction, folklore and the occult, Sinclair’s works serve as portals into her inner world building and utopian praxis. Engaging with symbolic play, observation and the interaction between the human and the more than human, the photogravures featured in Weather Lore developed over a turbulent two year period defined by fire, storm and flood; and represent the beginning of a new chapter in Sinclair’s practice.
More about the artist:

Image: Belinda Sinclair 'Vapula of New Earth'(detail), 2018
photogravure, 27.5 x 18.3

Earlier Event: November 15
Workshop || Essential Oils 101
Later Event: February 15
February Exhibitions