10 Jun 11 - 17 Jul 11, All Day
A Display by the members of the studios of the Roma Community Arts Centre .The Artisans do not have idle hands ! A very popular exhibition. Silversmiths, potters, ceramicist, doll & bear makers, quilters, performers, etc. The display ran from 10th June to 17th July 2011
29 Apr 11 - 5 Jun 11, All Day
Ran from 29th April to 5th of June with an opening night on Thursday 28th April at 5.30pm. Small exquisite bird sculptures by Lucy McEachern and vibrant hand-coloured lino-cuts by Vida Pearson made the Gallery sing. This was a very successful exhibition by these two artists from Victoria.
22 Apr 11 - 25 Apr 11, All Day
The Annual Roma Easter Art Show was once again a successful fund-raiser for Maranoa Artists inc. and a popular fixture of Easter in The Country. It was on display from 22nd to 25th April, and was a triumph over adversity for the organisers and volunteers, due to the very recent flooding in Roma and district.
18 Mar 11 - 17 Apr 11, All Day
Well known Australian landscape artist, living on a cattle property near Glenmorgan Qld, Carol paints in jewel colours and the Gallery was lit up with her wonderful works. It was a much liked exhibition and was on show from March 18th until April 17th.
12 Feb 11 - 13 Mar 11, 12:00 am
The first exhibition for 2011 was an installation by Maree Bracker. Maree works primarily in sculptural installations which are site-specific, ephemeral and are comprised or fabricated of ‘found’ objects and materials. maree regards each work as ‘finished’ when someone has entered the space. This very interesting concept, focusing on Marees memories of Roma’s Bungil Creek when she was a child, came to life in the Gallery. It ran from 12th February until March 13th.
13 Nov 10 - 19 Dec 10, All Day
In the Gallery from November 13th to December 19th, this exhibition featured a bright and fresh “take” on Laura’s world. Lots of horses and white and minimal fuss.
3 Oct 10 - 7 Nov 10, All Day
Flying Arts Touring Exhibition: Buddha Girls and Iconic Moments. Dr Anneke Silver from Townsville and Inez Fritschy from the Netherlands. In the Gallery from 3rd October – 7th November 2010.
22 Aug 10 - 26 Sep 10, All Day
Hung in the Gallery from 22nd August to 26th September, this large exhibition showcased the prizewinners of the National Competition .The Exhibition was run in conjunction with the National Conference in Roma.
11 Jul 10 - 15 Aug 10, All Day
Pete Martin, artist and Gallery Director from Brisbane, brought his art to the bush in July. It was a thought provoking exhibition. Each painting had an accompanying essay. Many people spent a lot of time reading Petes’ thoughts on travel through landscape and life. It Ran from 11th July until 15th August
23 May 10 - 4 Jul 10, All Day
This was a stunning and very popular exhibition. The technical ability of this young local artist, in her print-making and presentation was widely acclaimed. Commenced on Sunday 23rd May, and on show until the 4th July, not many works were left unsold.
9 Apr 10 - 15 May 10, All Day
Was an eclectic mix of favourites from the walls of Friends of The Gallery. Opened on Friday 9th April at 5-30pm, and ran until the 15th of May. This exhibition was well liked . A short story about each work was an interesting adjunct to the paintings on the walls.
1 Apr 10 - 4 Apr 10, All Day
Champagne Opening was held on Wednesday 31st March at 7.00pm Another very successful Art Show run by Maranoa Artists Inc. Guest artists were Cherryl McIntyre with her leather work and the Silversmiths Roma Group.
26 Feb 10 - 28 Mar 10, All Day
Sandra Allen, Anne Cameron, Elizabeth Corfe, Barbara Hancock, and Helen & Wally Peart presented an exhibition that was described in the local paper as ‘daring’. It did at least provoke comment & at best made people laugh. It was an exhibition in two parts – You’ve Made Your Bed Now You Have To Lie On It….an installation and a chronicle in paint titled Days Of Our Lives. Opened on the 26th February and ran until 28th March
24 Jan 10 - 21 Feb 10, All Day
Heather, a well known local Artist, led the Exhibition Schedule for 2010 with her very diverse Exhibition featuring paintings in acrylic and watercolour, solar prints, collographs, silver and pottery. The show opened on Sunday 24th January at 4pm and finished on 21st February.
14 Nov 09 - 20 Dec 09, All Day
A much anticipated Exhibition featuring Annabel Tully, Leah Cameron and Lyn Barnes …The Quilpie Bush Artists. This Exhibition was a great success. It started on Saturday 14th Nov with the Official Opening on Sunday 22nd Nov, after the Roma Cup. It finished on December 20th.
2 Oct 09 - 8 Nov 09, All Day
Featured the work of the Silversmiths Roma Group , Carmel Seawright,Graham Girle,Heather Price,Jenny Andrews,John Kadel,Julie Bryant,Katrina Buttsworth,Lyndee Towns,Myrrha Simons,Narelle Nothdurft,Natalie Rayner,Tanya Foster,Tricia Ferguson, and local and visiting Textile Artists , Kim Noon, Sally Ferrier, Dorinda Schwennesen, Lyn Cochrane, Meridy Scott, Wendy Wright, Lesley Cowper and Robyn Douglas. Opened Friday 2nd October. Ran until Sunday 8th November
15 Aug 09 - 27 Sep 09, All Day
A 3D exhibition by 9 regional artists. Cecily Douglas, Laura Douglas, Rowan Douglas, Graham Girle, Richard Malpass, Laurens Otto, Robert Peart, Wally Peart, Peter Thompson. A wonderful array of sculpture and very well attended and appreciated. The exhibition was opened by Sally Ferrier.
15th August – 27th September
5 Jul 09 - 9 Aug 09, All Day
A very successful exhibition for Belinda from Dirrinbandi. Her watercolours and etchings were very well received. It ran from 5th July until 9th August.
24 May 09 - 27 Jun 09, All Day
A light hearted look at what makes the locals tick. The Gallery was filled with objects on chairs….the favourite thing of people from all over the Roma Regional Council area. There was a motor bike, and a duck plucker to name but two! It ran from 24th May until 27th June and was a very successful exhibition. A first for our Gallery, the installation format proved to be a hit with the locals.
17 Apr 09 - 17 May 09, All Day
Bronzes from The Queensland Art Gallery. A very well received exhibition.