Gayatri Gamuz Crayon, Colour Pencil and Graffito on Paper 2014

Stevens Street Gallery presents Gayatri Gamuz

Gayatri Gamuz – Soy Papel. I am Paper.

Stevens Street Gallery, 2 Stevens Street Yandina.

18 July 2018 to 25 August 2018.

Opening: Saturday 21 July 2018 – 2:00pm.

“Gamuz speaks intimately of the concerns of the 21st century, of the fragmentation of the human condition. Her resistance appears passive, but through profound visual poetics, Gamuz imagines of an alternative world order, where our histories need to be re-written with tenderness and love.”

Amrita Gupta Singh, art curator, India.

Then & Now, Stevens Street Gallery, Yandina

Then & Now Exhibition

‘Then & Now’

Stevens Street Gallery – 1st August to 30th September 2017 –

Three of the Sunshine Coasts most treasured plein air painters, Tricia Taylor, Garry Dolan and Barry Back will take you through a journey to rediscover and celebrate our people, beaches and hinterland.

The artwork will explore scenes that, from the artist point of view, interpret ‘what makes the Sunshine Coast’ and will explore the changes over 50 years through conversations with the local community.

Sentio' Karan Hayman at Stevens Street Gallery, Yandina

‘Sentio’ Karan Hayman

Stevens Street Gallery

1 June to 31 July 2017

One of the founding members of the Roar Group of Artists from Melbourne, well known for her warm and highly personalised paintings. It is with great pleasure that Stevens Street Gallery presents the first solo exhibition of Karan Hayman in many years.

Pictured: “Wonder Woman’s Cat” by Karan Hayman, Oil on Linen, 2016, 71 x 84.

Address: 2 Stevens St, Yandina QLD 4561

Monday    Closed
Tuesday    Closed
Wednesday    9am–1pm
Thursday    9am–1pm
Friday    9am–1pm
Saturday    9am–1pm
Sunday    Closed

Phone: 0448 051 720

'Mt. Ninderry 8' Meg Woods. Acrylic on Paper. 2015

Conversations with Mt Ninderry

Stevens Street Gallery

31 March to 29 May 2017

Stevens Street Gallery presents a selection of works by a group of local artists including Tarja Ahokas, Deni McGuin, Katharine Nix, Jenni Radke, Carole Roberts, Karen Wockner and Meg Woods. Various mediums and techniques are explored both in 2D and 3D.

This unique show reflects the various relationships the artists have with Mt Ninderry.

Pictured: ‘Mt. Ninderry 8’ by Meg Woods. Acrylic on Paper. 2015. 59 x 43.