Postle happy with location
THE RMWilliams centre came alive last Sunday afternoon, for the opening of local artist Chris Postle’s art exhibition.
“In 25 years of work, this is probably the best venue I’ve ever done a show in,” the Monto-raised artist said.
All the art at the centre is for sale, apart from the painting of Alan Niblett, which Mr Postle once entered in the nation’s premier art competition, the Archibald.
Locals, Postle family members, other artists, as well as people from Gayndah, came along to support the event.
The exhibition will stay open until the end of January.
Monto-raised artist Chris Postle's Archibald-entered painting will be on display at theRMWilliams Centre until the end of January.
Dot Hamilton and Sally Coates said this painting was one of their favourites.
ON SHOW: Chris Postle, Rebecca Scholl, Koby Scholl, Jess Ryan, Matt Postle, Jenny Postle and Mark Postle came along to the art exhibition opening on Sunday afternoon at Eidsvold's RM Williams Centre.
Carmel Hafner and Suzie Capenell travelled from Gayndah for the exhibition opening.
Anthony Coates liked this painting of Monto artist Chris Postle's.
Eidsvold's John and Jan Mossman.