Wan'din'in Arts Space Calendar 2017

Jewels and Jackets
Kathleen Hunt and Libby Woodhams

Opening Friday 8 November 5.30pm

Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 November 10am to 2pm

The latest collections of 'Tropical Merino' & 'Hunt Art Jewellery'. Brisbane artist Libby Woodhams and Cooran artist Kathleen Hunt are set to wow with their latest designer originals. As an artist, Libby brings a dynamic sense of colour and style to her clothing, passionate about finding the perfect piece to suit everyone. Kathleen’s jewellery - ‘wearable art’ is instantly recognisable. She repurposes the most prosaic of items to create stunning one-off pieces. For more info CLICK HERE

Tree Place - Community Exhibition

Friday 17 November to Wednesday 10 January 2018


The Tree Place Community Exhibition brings together creative work inspired by trees and the environment. Included are spoon carvers of all levels, from well known artists Gary Field and Corrie Wright to a collection from up and coming carvers from Noosa Pengari School in Doonan. Added to this will be Tree Stories and Mythology from two local ceramicists Jane Welsh and Bec Lindenman, wearable art from Julie Gardner, images from Dallas Sutherland and Viki Murray and Bunya Inspired Forms from the Bunya Artist Collaboration.


A collection of artwork created by the wider community at workshops held around the Sunshine Coast will also form part of the exhibition. One of the treasures on show will be part of a local 200 million year old Pentaxylon fossilised tree.


The Beauty of this work, is the diversity and stories that keep evolving as Tree Place grows and the collaborations of people and the networks of community that are spreading. The workshops have been a way to give people creative tools to inspire them to learn more about plants, seasons, habitats and notice what is happening around them.


More on Tree Place project CLICK HERE

Wan'din'in Arts Space Calendar 2018

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images from previous exhibitions, meetings and events at Wan'din'in