Consider joining us this Sunday at 3PM at the Totem Theatre.
Meet 3PM in the Totem Theatre car park on the Todd riverbank (beside Anzac Oval – access off the Anzac Oval carpark).
As usual bring your art supplies, a chair, water, hat and some nibbles for our social meet afterwards. Time is running out for outdoor art so avail of the second last session for the Winter season.
(Our finale will be at Honeymoon Gap, Sunday Sept. 22.)
Questions? Call Dugald 0409 174 719 or Mark 0428 478 143
Planet Springs: A collaborative Art Show presented by Milly Cobb and Pops Bagnall.
‘Milly Cobb and Pops Bagnall have travelled through space and time to reach Planet Springs. In a Collaborative visual art show of painting, drawing and sculpture/installation they display their impressions of the desert, skies and creatures. Their works pulse, breathe, ooze and wriggle with an energy that has emerged from an intense relationship to the land and the space shared between each other during their three month residency at Watch This Space.’
The exhibition opens at 4PM this Saturday 31st. August.
See you at the Crispe St.
Saturday, 31st Aug. 4 – 8 PM
Sunday, 1st Sept. 12 – 6PM
Monday, 2nd Sept. 12 – 6PM
Tuesday, 3rd Sept. 12 – 6PM
Dugald at the Alice Springs Telegraph Station, June 2013
Please consider joining us this Sunday 18th August when we meet for art and social activities. In our 50th year we have been meeting at venues significant to CAAS. This month we are meeting at Temple Bar on Ilparpa Rd. (The full season program is under the ‘Plein Air’ TAB in the menu above.)
Join us on Ilparpa Rd at the turn-off (T/O) to the Archery Complex at 3pm. We will wait till 3:15pm. If you are a little late you will get a second and final chance at 3:30pm when Mark will return to the T/O a final time. You might try and phone Dugald 0409 174 719 or Mark 0428 478 143 before you leave town or en-site if you have signal coverage.
Meet on Ilparpa Rd at the X at 3PM
Remember your water, hat, appropriate seating for your needs along with your art materials. Toward sunset we will get together for a chat and some afternoon tea if you care to bring something along. Remember some vino if interested.
We look forward to you joining us in the Great Outdoor Studio.
Well friends, it’s all over for another year! We trust that you were as excited about this year’s exhibition as were we.
But its success was a true partnership between you the artists who entered such a varied mix of styles and media; our committee who worked hard behind the scenes, but especially to “Mr. Art” Steve Anderson for his vital role as co-ordinator. The exhibition relied heavily on our support from Araluen and in particular from Nathan King. Many thanks to you all.
The major “Excellence Award” to the value of $2500 was taken out by Rod Moss with his ‘Centralian Table’ made of wood, glass & paint.
Prize by the Centralian Advocate & CAAS.
Rod Moss: ‘Centralian Table’
The People’s Choice Award of $1200, also supported by the Centralian Advocate and CAAS, was won by Al Strangeways for her oil on linen study of “Betty and the Fence 1”.
‘Betty and the Fence 1’ by Al Strangeways.