Hid­den art tal­ents un­veiled

Central and North Burnett Times - - NEWS -

HID­DEN artis­tic tal­ent will be re­vealed on March 7 at Gayn­dah Art Gallery’s bi­en­nial Art At­tack auc­tion.

Thir­teen business rep­re­sen­ta­tives have agreed to cre­ate an art­work, with the guid­ance of a lo­cal artist, to raise funds for the gallery.

First to step up was Coun­cil­lor Joanne Dowling, who will be men­tored by Sue Capewell, and gra­zier Pam Slack, who will be paired with Grand Ho­tel art ex­hi­bi­tion com­peti­tor Jas­mine Camps.

Other par­tic­i­pants in­clude C&K Kindy di­rec­tor Marni Telford, Grand Ho­tel lessee Rod­ney Vick­ers, Guardian Pharmacy’s Gra­ham Rowles, Brett El­saesser (BP Mid­way Road­house), Anna Mor­gan (Gayn­dah Fruit­pick­ers Co-oper­a­tive), Noel Kirk (Gayn­dah Bowls Club), San­dra Mo­er­land (Na­tional Aus­tralia Bank), Shane Gannon (Ru­ral and Vet Sup­plies), Danielle Polzin (Cam and Sue’s Qual­ity Meats), Gregg Parr (Swee­tee Cit­rus) and Biggen­den gra­zier Peter Wors­ley.

Men­tors will in­clude Carmel Hafner, Rob Miller, Jane Glenn and Pa­tri­cia Wors­ley.

The auc­tion on March 7 will coin­cide with the launch of an ex­hi­bi­tion by Rhani McCosker and friends.


ART AT­TACK: Shane Gannon, Marni Telford, Gra­ham Rowles, Rod­ney Vick­ers, Joanne Dowling, Brett El­saesser, front, Danielle Polzin, Anna Mor­gan, San­dra Mo­er­land and Pam Slack get ready to cre­ate their mas­ter­pieces.

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