Goulburn and District Art Society Inc.

Exhibition with Australian Scroll Saw Network at Veolia Stadium, May 2021
Annual Art Prize Exhibition 2019
Annual Art Prize Exhibition 2019
Rose Festival Exhibition 2019
Annual Art Prize Exhibition 2017

Welcome to Goulburn & District Art Society Website

The Goulburn & District Art Society has a membership of dedicated artists whose aim is to foster art in the Goulburn and surrounds. It does this through regular painting days, workshops and exhibitions thus encouraging artists in their endeavours and drawing art to the attention of the general public.

GDAS ACTIVITIES DURING COVID-19 CRISIS

Provided there are no new restrictions on activities, the GDAS is able to hold its monthly meetings in the Art Studio.
We need your support for our monthly newsletter. Please send in (alexgamort@gmail.com) some photos and a few words about your new artworks.

Next Meeting and AGM


Saturday 27th November
at the Goulburn Workers Club in the Station Room at 11am

Workshops


GDAS runs a number of workshops to improve our artists' skills and to share our knowledge. See below GDAS Workshops section

Coming Up


The Goulburn Workers Club Annual Art Prize 2021 is POSTPONED to
11-13 February 2022

Entry Form

AGM HAS BEEN POSTPONED to 27th November

GDAS Workshops

Drawing Portraits
with Katya Mortensen

May 2021

Stavros Papantoniou: Landscape Painting
Postponed. Date TBA.

Introduction to Watercolours
with Helen De Jonge

26th February 2022

Watercolour workshop with Chan Dissanayake
19/20th March 2022

All the workshops will be from 10am to 4pm and held at The Art Studio unless it is considered to be too cold, in which case they will be held at the Council Chambers. Participants will be advised.
Precise dates will be set for the various workshops.
Please add your name to the workshop lists at The Art Studio as soon as possible or contact Helen De Jonge on 0412 185 019.

See all GDAS events on our TIMELINE page

GDAS Artists Lockdown Artworks

Sue Maas. Rusting Away. Pen and wash, 18 x 15 cms.

Debbie Garzotto. Jaynes house in Currawang. Acrylics on canvas, 51 x 61cms.

Christine Bentley. Women in the field. Watercolour, quarter sheet.

Sue Maas. Old Queenslander. Pen and wash, 33 x 24 cms.

Hans van Haalen. Jimmies Island off Rosedale Beach, watercolour.

Grace Paleg. Portrait. Pastel.

Ekaterina Mortensen. Shirley's Place, 2021. Acrylics on paper.

Martin Perera. Freedom.

Hans van Haalen. Coastal Forest.

Hans van Haalen. The Bega River enters the sea, north of Tathra.

Recent painting by Sue Maas.

Recent drawing by Alex Mortensen.

Sue Maas. The Rock. Acrylic on canvas, 30 x 45cm.

Helen De Jonge. Egrets Nesting.

Val Stacey has been doing paintings for her grandchildren.

Irene Ioannou. Old bus outside of Adelong survived the fires.

Grasstree along Adelong Creek, mixed media, 65x53cm (framed) by Irene Ioannou

Watercolour of kookaburra by Helen De Jonge

Recent watercolourinspired by Sktchy app model, A4 size, by Katya Mortensen

Mysterious Peaks. Ispired by Rohan Reddy on Unsplash.com, acrylics, 75x45cm by Alex Mortensen

Sunrise Chorus, watercolour, by Helen De Jonge.

Landscape by Val Stacey

Parrots by Val Stacey

Car by Kim Warwick

Watercolour by Aina Atkins

Pastel painting by Irene Ioannou

Canola Gold, acrylics, by Sue Maas

Gypsy by Kim Warwick

Alex Mortensen. Above the clouds. Acrylics, 101 x 76cm

New painting
by Kimcherrie Summers

Landscape study
by Amanda Zurek

Bryce Ronning. No parking. Acrylic on canvas, 60 x 50cm

New landscape painting
by Lesley Whitten

Magpies painting
by Helen De Jonge

Widget drawing
by Grace Beer

Sktchy inspiration drawing
by Katya Mortensen

Thursday Painting Day:
If the Studio is not open when you arrive, please ring Lesley on
0417 240 595

Membership fee: $30.00pa

Membership Form

Membership Renewal Form

Watch this space
for future events!

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The Goulburn & District art society has a membership of dedicated artists whose aim is to foster art in the Goulburn and surrounds. It does this through regular painting days, workshops and exhibitions thus encouraging artists in their endeavours and drawing art to the attention of the general public.

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