Gallery to highlight local artists

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> Samuel Tupous The Tongan Holiday will be part of his first solo exhibition at the Logan Art Gallery.

Cornubia artist Samuel Tupou’s first solo show at the Logan Art Gallery later this month will highlight his Pacific Islander legacy along with images from video games from the 1980s.

Samuel’s exhibition Observing Patterns opens in the gallery on Friday October 22nd and runs until Saturday November 27th.

His work is based on patterns in nature and everyday occurrences.

They are inspired by video game images and mathematical geometry from the 80s, as well as traditional tapa fabric design from the Pacific island and fine matting.

Greenbank artist Taijha Utner presents her first solo exhibition at the Young Peoples Gallery.

Taijha was selected to mentor the Logan Art Gallery from the standout young artists who participated in the 2020 annual Artwaves art exhibition in Logan and adjacent secondary schools.

She was supervised by the gallery last year to develop her exhibition The ripple effect: out of Artwaves.

The former Park Ridge State High School student’s new series of paintings is based on the theme of personal fears.

Taihja faced her fears with skill, creativity and ironic humor and depicted them with painted foam clay in a group of acrylic pictures with three-dimensional elements.

A joint exhibition is also hosted by a group of Sino-Australian artists living in Southeast Queensland known as The Driftwood Collective.

Inspirations recognizes local first responders and reflects the lives of artists during a global pandemic.

The Cornubia artist Barry Fitzpatrick presents a new series of paintings.

With his exhibition Reflections on a change biosphere, Barry wants to raise awareness of the importance of biodiversity in nature.

The gallery is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free.

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