January News from Montville Art Gallery

Welcome to a brand new year of art.  Our first featured artist for 2020 is Lorraine Rogers, an artist with a consistently high standard of sparkling watercolours on display.  Noosa seascapes and our evergreen hinterland of mountains and forest are captured in her distinctive style.

Kendall has delivered new works with her trademark bright and colourful style, guaranteed to put a smile on your face.  Her subjects not only include her classic flowers but also her lighthouse series.

Also brand new are Judith Dalozzo’s fabulous series of flower arrangements.  Her technique and paint handling deliver a vibrant and 3-dimensional effect.

Solid bronze sculptures by Eddie Wentorf are finely crafted iconic Australian animals and birds, and can be easily posted anywhere, making them a perfect gift. 

October News from Montville Art Gallery

Featured artist Keith Betts, new work from Greg Adams, Todd Whisson, Kate Graham and Des Rolph. No-one needs reminding that Christmas is just around the corner – time to purchase or layby that perfect gift of original art, and take advantage of complimentary gift-wrapping.

Notable among the new arrivals are the works of our October Featured Artist, Keith Betts.  Keith is one of our Sydney-based artists, and his landscapes feature recognisable landmarks and vivid inner city streets, with his shadow and sunlight subjects rendered in a lush textured, almost sculptural, oil. 

We welcome into the gallery a new artist with huge potential.  Kate Graham, whose father was also a highly talented illustrator and artist, has her own original style which is already garnering lots of attention.  Her landscapes have a simplified, almost naive style which is very engaging. 

Our gallery artist Laura Vecmane has taken another prize at the Sculpture On The Edge exhibition, currently on display at Spicers Tamarind in Maleny.  Definitely worth a wander around the gorgeous grounds to view some amazing works, and also come and see Laura’s paintings on display at our gallery.  We have two new smaller works just in, part of a basis for a new fabric design, and these originals are $480 each.

Our second new artist this month is Sunshine Coast-based Des Rolph.  She comes with a respectable pedigree of previous sell-out shows and other exhibitions.  Her loose impressionistic style is displayed in small and powerful landscape scenes.

September News from Montville Art Gallery

Our featured artist Julie Hutchings, and new work from Bruce
Buchanan and Wayne Malkin.
This is the perfect time to layby a wonderful gift for Christmas!
In September we are turning the spotlight on our figurative artist
Julie Hutchings.  Her loose and engaging style has a fabulous
sense of movement and shape.
New works from Bruce Buchanan are now on display.  These
superb watercolours have a quality all of their own and are simply stunning.  Each painting has a very atmospheric feel using a
cleverly constructed combination of colours.
New additions to Wayne Malkins’ ongoing and popular
‘Turbulence’ Series have now arrived in the gallery. The artist
works from his own collection of images and studies, all from
Mooloolaba on the Sunshine Coast. “I keep an eye on the weather and surf reports” Wayne explains, “and when there is large surf
and interesting weather, I’m on to it, making records for future

All paintings are on our Montville Art Gallery website, and we do freight Australia- and world-wide. Please email or call if you would like any more information about works. Lay-by and Art Money are also available to assist with purchasing.

July News

July update from Montville Art Gallery

Our artist in the spotlight this month is Gary Myers. 
A local artist with over 30 solo exhibitions to his name, his style
reflects a larrikin flavour.  His colours are bright, his subject
matter and compositions are strong and his impact as an
artist is very memorable. To see all of Gary’s available
works click here.
A new large scale work has arrived from Wayne Malkin.  Titled
‘Currimundi’, it depicts the sand hill at the entrance to the
Currimundi Lake, here on the Sunshine Coast, on a perfect
cloudless day.  For full details, click here.
Those who collect bronze sculptures always seem so
passionate about their interest.  One of the artists
generating this excitement is Catherine Anderson,
whose recent new editions that arrived into the gallery
include ‘German Shorthair Pointer’ and ‘The Arab’, at
the same time elegant, animated and classical.  For
more details on these and more of Catherines’ work,
click here.
We carry an extensive range of Jan Jorgensen limited edition
giclee prints, available both framed and unframed. These are
taken from her well-known Brisbane street-scapes, and
are full of typical Queensland colour and vitality.

May News from Montville Art Gallery

We are thrilled to have been nominated in the Montville category of the Glass House Mountain Small Business Awards.  It’s so lovely to have had our gallery recognised, so much has happened in the two years since we took over this long-standing Montville institution.

Bruce Buchanan will be appearing in our gallery on Sunday 12 May, from 1pm to 3pm.  If you are a fan of his fabulous atmospheric works then don’t miss this opportunity to get an insight into his artistic mindset. Bruce is also our featured artist for May.
For more information on these and other works click here.

Two recent works into the gallery are from Montville artist Christopher De Lisle.  These are large scale, vertical format works with vibrant colours which certainly capture the imagination.  You can see more information on these two works here.

All paintings are on our Montville Art Gallery website, and we do freight Australia- and world-wide.  Please email or call if you would like any more information about works.  Lay-by and Art Money are also available to assist with purchasing.

April news from Montville Art Gallery

This month, the star of our show at Montville Art Gallery is David Hinchliffe.
David is becoming more and more internationally known, and he has a instantly recognisable style. We have works available from our stockroom sale, along with new works, and can offer a 10% discount on works not already reduced.
For full details and to see available works, click here.

Sunshine Coast artist John Pearson has delivered a new collection of works all highlighting a gentler way of Australian life.  His depictions of buildings with character and rural idylls take you to a world away from the city.  To see all his available works click here

Julie Hutchings is an artist with an eye for the human form.  Her fluid and loose approach has attracted many collectors.  Here are a few of her recent works into the gallery.    To see more, click here.

Two smaller works from Wayne Malkin have also arrived, these are new additions to the Turbulence series, both are fully framed and sized at 29cm x 104cm.  For more information, see Wayne’s work on our website here.

All paintings are on our Montville Art Gallery website, and we do freight Australia- and world-wide.  Please email or call if you would like any more information about works.  Lay-by and Art Money are also available to assist with purchasing.