Current & Upcoming Exhibitions
Our next event will be advised very soon.
Broadhurst Gallery, Hazelhurst Arts Centre, 782 Kingsway, Gymea NSW
The Hazelhurst Arts Centre re-opened their doors for our Annual Event SHOWCASE 2020 which was held from the 29th August to the 15th September.
Our group exhibition featured new works by members of the Continuum Art Society and the Sutherland Shire Art Collective.
It was a wonderful event, and we thank all of those who made our Showcase Exhibition 2020 so successful this year.
It was a pity we were unable to enjoy an opening, but the quality of the works exhibited was up to our usual standard and attracted many positive comments…’ Here is a collection of some of the artworks created by our very talented artists.
Our annual exhibition titled ‘Shire Creativity’ was held at the ‘Our Lady Star of the Sea Church Hall’ in Miranda from the 24th to the 26th April, 2020
Also exhibited at the event were works by the Port Hacking Potters Group; a division of Cronulla School of Arts.
Coastal Encounters – Paintings by Jennifer Gowen
24th November to 21st December 2019
Solo Exhibition held at ‘The Art Passage’, Crockers Paint & Wallpaper, located at 1/206 Box Road,
Miranda, New South Wales.
Paintings by Helen Dubrovitch and Geraldine Taylor
14th to the 24th December 2019
CAS member Helen Dubrovitch is currently exhibition her work with Geraldine Taylor at the ‘Art On Burraneer Gallery’ located at 4/199-201 Burraneer Bay Rd, Caringbah South.
‘WALK THE WALLS’ at Cronulla
8th to the 10th November 2019
On the 8th, 9th, and 10th November, the Continuum Art Society, together with the Southern Cross Art Group (SCAG) and the Seniors Reference Group took part in painting a mural at Cronulla as part of the Sutherland Shire Council’s ‘Walk the Walls’ mural project.
It was a great project to be involved with and a real success. Our members had a good time helping with the mural on the back of the stage at the Kingsway end of the Cronulla Plaza. Some of our members taking part were Jim Flood, Marivic Mooney, Carole Byrnes, Janet McCauley, Jan Etteridge, Jennifer Maclaine-Cross, Lexia Duncan and Chris Ridgway.
From SCAG were Margaret Lacey, Joe and Troy Green, Noel Carrigg, Maureen Lembke, Tania Burgman and Michael Rogers. Plus all the people from the Seniors Reference Group whose valuable input helped formulate the theme and content. Apologies if we’ve left out some names of those who participated.
More than 40 murals were painted as part of the project, which was co-ordinated by Clare Thompson from Sutherland Shire Council, Corey, a professional Street Mural Artist and supported by Croker’s Paints.