Hidden art talents unveiled
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.