It's Mad Hatter Month
(make that 'crazy busy')
The Tuggerah Lakes Art Society year started with a bang - the inaugural Women In Art Exhibition, part of the Celebration of Women on the Central Coast, was launched on the 5th of March at The Entrance Lake House. The restaurant was filled to near capacity with artists, family and friends. The artwork was an eclectic mix of themes and mediums and representative of the outstanding winning works:
Watercolour: Marlene Palagyi "Snow Owl"
Highly Commended: Jessica Sylvester "GPS"
Photography: Belinda Kozakiewicz "Abandoned"
Highly Commended: Laraine Richardson "Sydney Skyline"
Pastel: Leeanne Livens "Daisy Haze"
Highly Commended: Karen Williams "Toowoon Bay"
Mixed Media: Tanya Smith "Insected"
Highly Commended: Sherry McCourt "Cats Cradled"
Oils: Corinne Adams "Light Breezy"
Highly Commended: Karen Ball "Blue Bay"
Sculpture / Ceramics: Pamela Fothergill "Dancing In The Dark"
Highly Commended: Tammy Briggs "The Music of Mother and Child"
Acrylic: Beth Miller "Glorious Eternity"
Highly Commended: Jenny McCracken "Flights of Fancy"
Sapphire Taylor 15 years of age won the under 18 section. "A Girls Best Friend"
All Highly Commended prizes donated by sponsor Bob Watson of Coastal Country Home Brew, Long Jetty
There's a selection of images of the night on the TLAS Facebook Page.
The Women In Art Exhibition continues to the 17 March. 10 to 4 at The Entrance Lake House.
Admission is free.