19 November, 2021

Talent on display at Woodford art exhibition

THE Woodford Community Art Group (WCAG) members exhibition will remain open until Saturday, November 27.

Carol Robinson with her winning visual arts entry.
Carol Robinson with her winning visual arts entry.

This comes after nearly 60 people attended the opening of the exhibition on the night of Friday, October 8.

The artistic talent in the area was evident as almost 200 paintings and Visual Arts were entered in the competition, which was proudly supported by a Moreton Bay Regional Council (MBRC) grant.

Thirty-nine prizes were handed out, with Ellen Adriaansen winning the Champion trophy while Carol Robinson was Reserve Champion.

Ellen and Carol were handed the Hazel Nichols Memorial trophies, which were presented by Hazel’s granddaughter Krystle Nichols.

The exhibition is open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 10am to 2pm at the Community Museum and Arts Centre, until November 27.


Abstract: 1st Donna Grigor, 2nd Diane Sattler, 3rd Brenda Filla; Highly Commended Ellen Adriaansen;

Acrylic: 1st Dawn Evans, 2nd Dianne Fraser, 3rd Ellen Adriaansen; Highly Commended Merle Davis;

Drawing: 1st and 2nd Ellen Adriaansen; 3rd Brenda Filla; Highly Commended Dianne Fraser;

Mixed Medium: 1st Ellen Adriaansen; 2nd Joan Berry; 3rd Carol Robinson; Highly Commended Brenda Filla; 

Oil: 1st Ellen Adriaansen, 2nd Lynn May, 3rd Ellen Adriaansen; Highly Commended Brenda Filla;

Pastel: 1st and 2nd Ellen Adriaansen, 3rd Cameron Hooper; Highly Commended Ellen Adriaansen;

Visual Arts: 1st Carol Robinson, 2nd and 3rd Rose Van Oyen; Highly Commended Joan Berry;

Water Colour Pen and Wash: 1st Ellen Adriaansen, 2nd Majella Holton, 3rd Diane Sattler; Highly Commended Majella Holton.


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