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South Coast Leisure Times : Summer 2012 - 13
While at Stanwell Park, don't miss visiting owned by John and FrancesVander. John has been a full time artist for more than 33 years and has won many awards. His art work is represented in leading Austr alian galleries as well as in private collections here and over seas. JohnVander has been accepted as a Fellow of the Australian Institute of History and Arts (FAIHA) in recognition of his extensive contribution to the Austrlian art industry. John's works can be seen on permanent display at Articles Fine Art Gallery where visitors can also admire quality and excellence in The gallery houses a mixed display of works by more that , including Kevin Best, Richard Bogusz, David Boyd, David Brayshaw, Robert Dickerson. Peter Fennell, Norman Lindsay and Max Mannix to name a few. For their the gallery has added a selection of new works by some of Australia's most collectable artists and new talent from around the country.You will find plenty of affordable opportunities to add extra character to your home. More details see pages 8 and 9. While admiring the art, it pays to admire the beauty of Stanwell Park itself, which, over the centuries has attracted artists wor ldw ide t o admir e t he spectacular natural beauty. www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au South Coast 13 is the next summer exhibition and will run from .The Australian public have never before had the opportunity to see a major retrospective exhibition devoted to the art of French 19th century artist in painting, drawing, posters and prints. The exhibition provides an extr a ordinary opportunity for Australians to view , many of which have never been exhibited publicly before. The large s c ale retrospective is an exceptional event in this country and, due to the extremely fragile nature of many of the works, it is unlikely such an exhibition will be seen here again for many years.This is a to experience this collection that will dr aw national and international visitors to the gallery. Toulouse-Lautrec will examine the artist's abilities as an acute obser ver of Parisian life, his skill as a dr aughtsman, his experimentation in composition and the brilliance of his technical execution in all media.The exhibition will shed new light onToulouse-Lautrec through an examination of his involvement in - the high life and the low life. The exhibition will traceToulouse-Lautrec's career from his earliest works to his extraordinary depictions of the Paris social scene, the dance halls, the café-concerts, the brothels and theatres. This he did in an insightful way, capturing the essence of his Parisian characters and haunts. Toulouse-Lautrec's subject matter was to become thoroughly modern and he became an influential figure in the evolution of the art of the twentieth century. The Gallery will once again have which proved very successful during the recent Renaissance exhibition. Toulouse-Lautrec exhibition tickets will be on sale throughTicketek. For more details see page 12. To celebrate this exciting exhibition, the National Gallery of Australia is offering readers the chance to win double passes to the Toulouse Lautrec exhibition Simply wite your name, address and phone number on the back of an envelope and mail to: 'Toulouse Lautrec' c/-South Coast Leisure Times Magazine, Po Box 210, Ulladulla NSW, 2539 Or enter online at www.southcoastleisuretimes.com.au Winners will be notified. Entries close Feb 20, 2013 LTPM/12/00383 Set off on the arts trail - first stop, Articles Fine Art Gallery at Stanwell Park. The northern beach villages of Illawarra have always been an inspiration to artists and writers. Rooms of great art at Articles. an art c l brati n has been selected for prestigious exhibitions such as the Wynne Prize for landscape at the AGNSW (Art Gallery NSW), for Drawing at the AGNSW, Mosman Art Prize, and Hazelhurst works on Paper. He is currently an ArtTutor at WEA, Wollongong. t ul u lautr c pari an th m linr g Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec La Goulue enterting the Moulin Rouge (La Goulue entrant au Moulin Rouge) 1892. Oil on cardboard, 79.4 x 59.0cm. The Museum of Modern Art, New York. Gift of Mrs David M. Levy. WIN, WIN, WIN, WIN! Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec Mademoiselle Eglantine's troupe (La troupe de Mademoiselle Eglantine) 1896. Brush spatter and crayon lithograph, 61.7 x 80.4cm. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. The Poynton Bequest 2012. Arts / Stanwell Park ar gall ry n lin Keith Rutherford Artist 0431 589 737 email@example.com Dobell & Wynne Finalist Oil on canvas and works on paper View gallery online www.keithrutherford.com.au Follow Keith at www.facebook.com/ keithrutherford.artist Or phone 0431589737 to arrange a viewing 2311873