Monday, November 29, 2010
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ACT for Kids Art Exhibition
Profits raised go to ACT for Kids,
Monday, July 19, 2010
Monday, July 5, 2010
You are invited to an exhibition by two emerging Brisbane artists. Linda Zucco paintings document Brisbane’s Mod scene in the 80s with her Scooter series while Eeva Jimenez displays her gorgeous European landscapes taken from her recent travels.
WHEN Until Wednesday 28 July / Open till 2.30 weekdays
WHERE The Coffee Supplier Cafe, Stereo Lane (shop 6, 77 Elizabeth St) Brisbane
Opening hours are weekdays until 2.30pm. Look for an old converted warehouse down a laneway and under a boomgate. Remember to order the coffee, it’s amazing.
See you there!
Thursday, May 6, 2010
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
'Scooters by the Sea' (at left) which is set in Margate Beach in Brisbane. ‘Pink Palace’ (above right) captures Brisbane’s Mods in a significant location – the Pink Palace which exist only in memory now, but was once located in Spring Hill. "Parked" (above left) is a still life which celebrates the scooter's strong shapely curves. The latter two hung in Wilston State School Art Prize.
My entry for 2010 Moreton Bay Regional Art Prize - pre-selection
I enjoy painting people and places - relating to one another in their natural surroundings. My painting is part of a series entitled Brisbane Pockets and this painting is from a scene at West End Markets, which is always a vibrant environment. The markets are just the kind of visual feast I like to look at and draw inspiration from. Potato Seller was short listed.
Monday, February 8, 2010
The political climate of Brisbane in the 80s was a challenge to those culturally on-the-fringe – you made yourself interesting to the Police – think Punks, Mods, Ska Beat girls and boys. However this difference of identity made a statement and was a way of thumbing one’s nose at that authority while trying not to get arrested for imagined civil liberties breaches!
Mod Boys' was chosen for a Brisbane Institute of Art selected works exhibition 2009 called e.g.