Tuggerah Lakes Art Society Newsletter FEBRUARY 2021

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Monthly newsletter of Tuggerah Lakes Art Society based on the Central Coast of NSW

A FUN SOCIETY WHERE EVERYONE WANTS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT ART.

TUGGERAH LAKES ART SOCIETY

The monthly newsletter of Tuggerah Lakes Art Society Inc.

ABN 81 282 337 158 Incorporated 4 Sep.1989. Editor: Mal Hamilton

P.O. Box 4341, Bay Village NSW, 2261 Website: www.tlas.org.au

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A TUGGERAH LAKES ART SOCIETY AND CENTRAL COAST FESTIVAL OF WOMEN EVENT

FEBRUARY 2021

WOMEN IN ART | 6 TO 17 MARCH 2021

CELEBRATING WOMEN ON THE COAST

NEWSLETTER

THE

PRESIDENT’S

REPORT

ART EXHIBITION | THE ENTRANCE GALLERY

10AM TO 4PM DAILY

NORBERTA STREET, THE ENTRANCE 2261

Dear Members,

I was watching the news the other day and a quote

flashed up on the screen which said, “dream with your

eyes open”. This pandemic has opened our eyes to so

many things, our resilience, the kindness and love shown

by our families, friends, neighbours and even strangers.

Tuggerah Lakes Art Society has managed to cope as

well.

EXHIBITION LAUNCH

AND AWARD ANNOUNCEMENTS

5:30PM FOR 6:00PM FRIDAY 5 MARCH

F O R ENTRY FORM AND APPLICATION

W W W . TLAS.ORG.AU

MARKETS

SAT. 6 MARCH 10AM TO 4PM

CENTRAL COAST I/NATIONAL WOMEN’S

DAY EXPO and WIA ARTISAN’S MARKET

SUN. 7 MARCH 10AM TO 4PM

WIA ARTISAN’S MARKET

ARTISTS PORTRAYED IN IMAGE

Queenie McKenzie Georgia OKeffe Suzanne Valadon Shirin Neshat Tracey Rose Frida Kahlo

WOMEN IN ART 2021

6 TO 17 MARCH

THE ENTRANCE GALLERY

WIA 2021 Exhibition returns this year together

with the Central Coast International Women’s

Day Expo (6 Mar) and the WIA Artisan’s Market

(weekend 6 & 7 Mar). The launch will be held at

6pm Friday 5 March at The Entrance Gallery.

Having to cancel the launch and Artisan’s Market for our

Home Baked Event, and even though our viewing

numbers were low, no doubt due to the pandemic, the

heat wave and then rain rain rain, the exhibition looked

stunning. Despite all of this, success of the exhibition can

be measured by the outstanding art beautifully presented

and reinforced from comments by visitors - it’s

something we should all be proud of as members of our

Society. My thanks to Donna Cole and her helpers who

made it happen.

Also my thanks to the committee and all the members

who have helped TLAS not only survive, but progress!

I invite you to join us for our first Members’ Meeting for

2021 on Thursday 25 th February and participate in our

Women in Art Expo and Artisan’s Markets in March.

I read somewhere that, “dreaming with your eyes

open” means being alert to challenges but refusing to let

them stop you. So let’s make 2021 a year that we would

want to remember, not one we would like to forget.

2021, here we come!

Rasheeda

Tuggerah Lakes Art Society - Supporters

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TLAS ART CALENDAR

Members’ Meeting

DATE

Wed. 3 Feb 21

Now till 31st January

Every Sunday

EVENT

TLAS Academy

0800 to 1100

Home Baked Art

Exhibition

1000 to 1600

Free Art Sundays and

various exhibitions.

1030 - 1230

8 Feb 21 Women In Art

Entries forms due

18 - 28 Feb 21 CCAS Summer

Exhibition

Sat. 20 Feb 21

Thurs 25 Feb. 2021

10am

6 - 17 March

6 & 7 March

Good Times

Workshop: Marlene

Palagyi 9:30am - 3pm

1st Members’ Meeting

for 2021

Women In Art Exhib.

Artisan’s and Central

Coast IWDC Markets

25 March Members’ Meeting

Thurs. 10AM

LOCATION

CWA Hall

1 Pacific St. Long Jetty

The Entrance Gallery

Norberta St., The

Entrance

Maitland Regional Art

Gallery

send to

sam@tlas.org.au

Community Gallery

and Studio 2 Gosford

Regional Gallery

CWA Hall

1 Pacific St. Long Jetty

The Entrance

Community Centre

The Entrance Gallery

Norberta St., The

Entrance

The Entrance

Community Centre

The next Members’ Meeting is

scheduled for 10am Thursday 25

February 2021.

With guest artist Danni Liu.

See page 4

Members’ Challenge:

“Here Comes the Sun”

Any Medium.

Prizes for the winner!

Note: COVID-19 restrictions apply.

ACADEMY

Meet up with like-minded artists at the

TLAS Academy. Tuition is available

when you need it and an endless cuppa

(and bickies).

TLAS Academy is held at 1 Pacific

St., Long Jetty (CWA Building) each

Wednesday (dates below). From 0800

to 1100. Our mentors specialise in

various mediums - Pat (watercolours),

Peter (oils and acrylics), Ralph (oils),

Donna (acrylics).

Cost for the morning is $10.

Note: COVID-19 restrictions apply.

TLAS Academy Sessions

February

Mentor

03 Feb 21 Pat

10 Feb 21 Peter

17 Feb 21 Pat

24 Feb 21 Ralph

March

03 Mar 21

10 Mar 21 Peter

17 Mar 21 Pat

24 Mar 21 Ralph

31 Mar 21

April

07 Mar 21 Peter

14 Apr 21 Pat

21 Apr 21 Ralph

28 Apr 21

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Women In Art - Coordinator Sam Blanks

sam@tlas.org.au

The Women in Art exhibition celebrates female artists from all over the region and beyond incorporating all

mediums – including drawings, paintings, photography, and sculpture – in a range of styles. Presented by

Tuggerah Lakes Art Society in conjunction with the Central Coast Festival of Women, the Women in Art exhibition

will be held at The Entrance Gallery from 5th to 18th March and be open daily from 10am-4pm.

The Central Coast Festival of Women is held each year in

March with International Women’s Day on the 8th March.

There are many events all over the region which are part of

the festival, but the Women in Art exhibition’s launch will

start off the celebrations. If you would like to know more

about the Central Coast Festival of Women, please

visit https://www/facebook.com/ccfestivalwomen/

The Exhibition Launch will be held on Friday, 5th March

and everyone is welcome. Starting at 6pm, Award winning

artworks will be recognised with the help from our

generous sponsors. If you know anyone who would like to

sponsor an award for the exhibition, please get in contact

with the Women in Art exhibition sub-committee.

An Artisan's Market will be held on Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th March, showcasing local artists, makers, and

small businesses. A wide range of items will be for sale so come have a great day out and support

local businesses. On Saturday, we will have the Central Coast International Women’s Day Expo joining us, so we

expect a great turn out.

Entries are still being accepted till 8th February and we are accepting artworks of all mediums to be judged,

unframed artworks, and cards. If you would like to get involved in other ways, from as small as sharing the event on

Facebook, dropping off flyers, doing a roster shift, entering an artwork, to sponsoring an award, please get in touch

with us.

Contact Sam (WIA Coordinator) for more information – sam@tlas.org.au or 0410 700 811

Scribbles

from the editor.

news@tlas.org.au

This February issue is a little earlier than normal as a

Women in Art special edition. Also to make sure you’re

aware that entries for Women In Art need to be in by

the 8th February. There’s an entry form included on

the back page.

My wife just found out I replaced our bed with a

trampoline. She hit the roof.

It was great to see a photographic entrant in the Home

Baked Art Exhibition. It won a highly commended from

the judges. Note to self.

‘Didja’ Know

The second image within the WIA logo is of

American artist Georgia O’Keeffe - she painted in

her car to shield herself from the harsh sun present

in the desert landscapes she painted.

Mal

NEW MEMBERS

Julie Boyle

Florbela Lopez

Welcome to Tuggerah Lakes Art Society.

We produce picture frames - specialised as well as

everyday picture framing needs.

A wide format printing service is now available on fine

art papers or canvas.

We also stock a huge variety of affordable ready

made frames and display a variety of artworks

available for purchase.

Phone: 02 4388 4038

Unit 15/15 Clare Mace Cres.

Berkeley Vale 2261

Mrs Mac’s Arty Facts

Where Am I?

I’m currently in Upper Cumback West in Victoria and am

unable to return due to the border lock down. Hopefully

back by March.

Mrs Mac now has a Facebook presence:

www.facebook.com/uppercumbackwest

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WOMEN IN ART EXHIBITION 2021 - 6 to 17 March 2021

Central Coast International Women’s Day Committee - Media Release

The Central Coast Festival of Women creates an

opportunity to raise the profile of many women’s groups

in this area. The Festival is held in March each year with

International Women’s Day on the 8 th March being the pivotal

event.

Celebrations will start on the 5 th March with the launch of

the Tuggerah Lakes Art Society’s “Women in Art”

Exhibition at The Entrance Community Centre from 6.00

p.m. The Exhibition will run for 12 days finishing on the

17 th March.

The International Women’s Day Expo will be held at The

Entrance Community Centre on the 6 th March in conjunction

with the Women in Art Exhibition and an Artisan Market. The

Artisan Market will also be held on Sunday 7 th March, 2021

Another event included in the Festival will be the Gosford

Regional Community Services “Wonderful Women” Awards

2021. Nominations will be accepted in early February and

the awards presented the first week in March.

There are many other events to be held across the Coast

from the Peninsula, around Gosford and The Entrance and

north to Wyong.

There are many other events to be held across the Coast

from the Peninsula, around Gosford and The Entrance and

north to Wyong.

Information regarding these events will be advertised in our

Central Coast Festival of Women calendar with the event,

venues, times and contact details. Following are just a few that

may be of interest.

The Community and Business Women’s Network will hold an

International Women’s Day Breakfast on Friday 5 th March

from 7 am to 9 am at Mercure Waters, Central Coast. The

guest speaker is former Detective Superintendent Deborah

Wallace.

A live streaming of the “All About Women” event from the

Sydney Opera House will be held at the Red Tree Theatre at

Tuggerah on Sunday the 7 th March.

The Status of Women’s Advisory Group will hold an

International Women’s Day Reception at Wyong Civic Centre

from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. on the 8 th March. This will be an

invitation only event.

Also on the 8 th March, Central Coast Community Women’s

Health Centre will hold an event that recognises the diversity

and strength of women and offers an opportunity to develop

new skills while having lots of fun. There will be a guest

speaker and three mini workshops. This will be held at the

Elderslee Foundation, Red Tree Theatre at Tuggerah from 10

am to 2 pm.

A women and housing forum with the Elderslee Foundation

will be held at the Red Tree Theatre, Tuggerah on Wednesday

10 th March.

Always fun and entertaining the Naughty Noodle Fun Haus

will present Rayon Riot III on Saturday 13 th March at Ettalong.

Soroptimist International Brisbane Water is also planning an

event and details will follow.

Be sure to look for further articles in the next few weeks

where we will highlight more events and we will be able to

offer more information regarding venues, times, costs and

content.

Extra information is available on the Festival Facebook page

https://www/facebook.com/ccfestivalwomen/

Women in Art 2021 is an exhibition celebrating International Women's Day and includes the work of local female artists in a range

of styles and mediums. Presented for the third time in as many years by Tuggerah Lakes Art Society in conjunction with the Central

Coast Festival of Women.

Join us for a WIA Artisan's Market combined with the Central Coast International Women's Day Expo on Sat. 6th March. The

WIA Artisan's Market continues on Sunday 7th March.

The Entrance Gallery will be open from 10am to 4pm daily.

*Entry forms and stall applications for the WIA Aritsan’s Market can be downloaded from

www.tlas.org.au

Entry forms must be received by Monday 8th February 2021

*There’s an entry form on the 4last page of this newsletter.


Special Guest Members’ Meeting Thurs. 25 February 2021

Watercolour Artist - Danni Liu

A

self-taught watercolour artist located in Kariong, NSW, Australia. Having practiced her art seriously

since 2014, Danni Liu presented her first work at an exhibition in Easter 2015. Since then, she has

exhibited frequently with the Central Coast Watercolour Society, the Central Coast Art Society and the

Ku-Ring Gai Art Society. Also submitting artworks to Fab Fakes, the Carlingford Art Prize, the Gosford

Art Prize, the Hornsby Art Prize, Hunters Hill Art Prize, Singleton Art Prize and Australian Artist Magazine.

Danni was honoured to have a painting accepted by the Society of Botanical Artists (UK) for their annual

exhibition, as well as honoured to attend workshops with renowned artists Chan Dissanyake, Herman

Pekel, Liu Yi, Michelle Lin and Wang Wei.

Painting a variety of subjects, from flowers to landscapes, from birds to portraits. “I can find beauty and

interest in everything!” Since the beginning of her art career, “I’ve tried to better share my feelings

through my paintings and the emotions that I feel when looking at the subjects of my choice”.

Meet up with Danni and see some of her magnificent artworks at the Society’s first meeting of the year, 10am Thursday

25 February at The Entrance Community Centre, Norberta St., The Entrance. $5 entry. Visitors welcome.

Members’ February Challenge:

“Here Comes the Sun”

It’s one of the most played tunes on Spotify - penned by George Harrison in

1969 for the Beatles ‘Abbey Road’ album.

The song that celebrates the return of sunshine from the bleakness of winter.

What’s your artful take on the song?

Any medium. Prizes to be won!

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Patricia Newell-Dunkley — ARTISTIC EGG DECORATING

WWW.PATRICIASARTWORLD.COM

omorrow morning before you crack your

T

breakfast egg, and dip your bread soldiers into its

succulent golden yoke, stop and consider that you

might be able to turn this beautifully shaped,

delicately coloured piece of nature into a fabulous

work of art.

At the same time, it could start you on to a new and fascinating

craft that will give you hours of pleasure, and possible profit. Join

with me and become egg-bound, in this most pleasant and

creative pastime.

Egg decorating has been with us since the 13 th Century when, as

Folk Art, it was customary to paint eggs and distribute them as

gifts, especially at Easter and other religious celebrations. This

devout and deeply symbolic ritual is still continued and carried on

all over the world.

A hand painted, envelope cut, decorated ostrich egg

Hen egg decorated with glitter

Chicken, Duck, Turkey, Goose, Emu,

Ostrich, and Rhea Eggs.

Egg shapes in general. Porcelain,

plastic, wood, foam.

A small turkey egg decorated with beads

A four cut goose egg with a decorated egg

inside.

The list is long and interesting,

choose whatever ovoid shape

takes your imagination, and enjoy

the project.

Start simply with a small egg and

work your way up. Paint an easy

design, or add some ribbon, and

beads. In no time you will have a

work of art.

A gold egg with decoration

A single cut goose egg

on an eggshell stand

The single cut goose

egg open with surprise

To cut and hinge eggs, you will require special tools.

A good craft shop will be able to supply all of your needs. Happy Egging.

© 2021 Patricia Newell-Dunkley www.patriciasartworld.com

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Karen Williams - Finding New Ideas - WHY?

www.karenjanewilliams.weebly.com

“Nothing is new under the sun,” right? So why am I suggesting we take a year

endeavouring to find new ideas? Ideas seam to re-surface with a modern twist but

really it’s about that wonderful, exciting thing called “creativity.” Using our creativity

to find new ideas can help us maintain interest, find purpose and stay connected in

community with others. That’s life. Life can be boring, stale and lived in a rut or a

lifetime of learning. Research shows learning is certainly beneficial but I’ll spare you

the details.

Have you ever felt that “sweet spot” or been “in the zone” when painting, making or doing anything

creative? Relaxation Response is a state in which your are fully engaged with a task and challenged by

your work in a manner that is not stressful but satisfying. It can be a sustaining, highly therapeutic, calming

process that employs engagement between hands and brain. Jackpot! That’s what we need more of this

year - calming, relaxation with less stress and worry.

So, let’s start the first of 10 discussions on where and how we might find these precious new ideas. You

are allowed to say (out loud to yourself) “I knew that” but it’s good to be reminded, plus maybe, if you

keep pondering, thinking and digging around each point you may unearth a treasure.

Ideas for February

Starting is important so let’s start this year with a positive mind

set and a willingness to surrender pre-conceptions. Habits are

helpful and necessary but if you disrupt a daily routine and/or

working practice it can enhance creativity. I’m not suggesting

huge changes to throw you off balance but small things can help

change your perspective.

For example, painting with a different tool - a thicker (or thiner)

paint brush, credit card or even your fingers. Try a different

surface to paint on. Re-arrange the furniture in your painting area

were you suddenly get a different view out the window.

There is more than one way to do things.

Start this year with a determination to find time and go slow.

Set aside time for yourself, put it in the diary, regularly. The chores

will always be there. Strive for the balance between

responsibilities and self-care.

You get that “Ah Ah” moment, “Suddenly, I see” in environments

that are peaceful and non-busy.

It takes mulling time, mediation, awake dreaming to let ideas

surface and grow.

It takes time to persist and develop a thought into a usable idea.

It takes time to put down your work and come back to ponder it

with fresh eyes. You’ve probably had the experience of being

stumped when doing a puzzle or crossword. Then having put it

aside and come back to in later to find that the answer leaps out

at you.

New ideas take time - sit and ponder those four words (with a

cool drink in hand.)

Karen Williams - www.karenjanewilliams.weebly.com

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GOOD TIMES WORKSHOPS - Corinne Adams

corinne@tlas.org.au

Hi everyone,

2021! Can you believe it? Finally out of the clutches of 2020, what a year!

Fingers crossed for a COVID free year so we can get back to our artistic selves.

This year will see some new guidelines for our

workshops, namely the wearing of masks, which

although uncomfortable, I think will become the

new norm throughout the year.

Rasheeda has registered TLAS as a Covid safe

business so now we will use the QR code entry.

We are already recording details, sanitising &

social distancing so this should be readily

accepted as well. Class numbers will also be

reduced so get in quick to secure your spot.

Marlene Palaygi will start us off on February 20 th

with watercolours.

Peter Tassell will tutor us with oils in our first Plein

Air workshop for this year on March 20th on the

Long Jetty foreshores, hoping for nice weather on

the day.

Our 3 rd workshop with Scott Denholm on April

10 th is still in doubt with the Queensland border

closures still in place. Will keep you all updated.

May 15 th sees Sylvana Natoli with Gold leaf

application followed by oils on June 12 th with

Christine Ireland, then Judith Hoste on July 17 th

with acrylics.

WATERCOLOUR WORKSHOP

with Marlene Palagyi

CWA Hall, 1 Pacific Street, Long Jetty

Saturday 20 February 2021

9:30am to 3:00pm

All these workshops currently have vacancies so

once again I ask please support our local artists by

booking.

Members $20 Non Members $25. Non refundable

bookings. Please Note: COVID restrictions apply

including the wearing of a mask.

I would also like to ask all our TLAS Members to help

us find a business or company willing to sponsor us

for another 12 months as without some injection of

monies our workshops will be unachievable with

much higher fees and the very real possibility of

having to find another venue to rent, not only for our

workshops but for our academy day and our

occasional exhibitions.

So please put your thinking caps on and ask around.

We can have multiple sponsors to share the load so if

anyone has a favour to call in, please do. If you know

of anyone please inform Rasheeda or myself and we

will take it from there.

As always;

Art is an adventure that never ends.

Cheers Corinne

Good Times Workshops can be booked

via corinne@tlas.org.au M: 0411 062 895

A non refundable payment must be made at

the time of the booking (unless cancelled).

Cost for each 'Good Times' workshop is $20

members and Central Coast art societies $25

non-members.

For payment via bank transfer: TLAS Inc. St

George Bank, Tuggerah BSB: 112879 ACC

NUMBER: 041284038

Toukley & District Art Society also

hold subsidised workshops available

to members of Central Coast Art

Societies and guests.

Thursday 18 February: 10am to 3pm

- perspective in acrylics

bushland scene from a redgum forest

Tutor - Noeline Millar

Friday 5 March, 2021: 10am to 3pm -

alcoholic inks

Tutor - Christine Raj

Scott Denholm - Sunday 11 April,

2021: 10am to 3pm - "Let's explore

abstracts"

Tutor - Scott Denholm

Phone TADAS to book: 02 43924666

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Central Coast Art

Society have an

open invitation to

TLAS members for

their paint outs.

2 February

Waterfront at the end

of Park Street, North

Burge Road, Woy Woy.

CCAS February Paint Outs

9 February Koolewong Foreshore Reserve, Brisbane Water

Drive, Koolewong.

16 February Parry’s Jetty and Tuggerah Lake Foreshore, at the

end of Gladstan Street, Long Jetty.

23 February Waterfront, in the park in Bayside Drive, Green

Point, opposite the Bottle Shop, underneath Aldi.

Bring your choice of painting gear or sketching gear, hat or

umbrella, comfy chair. There are no starting (usually around

9am) or finishing times, come and go as you please.

The Coffee Circle

Moderated by TLAS member

Gail Brigden

The Coffee Circle recommences for 2021.

1st February 2021 10am to midday

Sharon Burgess, Community Business

Women’s Network, CBWN, also “Because

We Care Boutique” Wyong.

Berkeley Vale Community Centre

1st March 2021

Julie Watson from Stronger Than My

Excuses: Finding inspiration from within

and taking action in your life for family,

community or business.

Royal Hotel, Wyong

Please RSVP gail@hotmail.com or call

0414 615 233 to confirm numbers.

GOOD TIMES WORKSHOP Pete’s Plein Air Sat. 20th March - Requirements

A 'good times' workshop.

20 March 2021

1 x canvas or gesso primed board

Brushes:

Colours:

Meet at 9am for a 9:30 start at the CWA rooms

This workshop is mainly how to choose and set out a painting outdoorsand learn how to

simplify a scene and to create atmosphere in a painting.

Meet at 9am for a 9:30 start.

Peter Tassell

Book via corinne@tlas.org.au

Members $20 Non $25

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HOME BAKED ARTWORKS & HANDCRAFTS EXHIBITION

Clockwise: The Entrance Gallery, 1st ‘Wishing’ Colleen

Pennington. 2nd ‘Pink Babes’ Denise Ferrie, 3rd ‘Fishermans

Harbour’ Donna Cole. Highly Commended: ‘Port Fairy’, Noela

Baker. ‘Early Bird’, Joeleen Fisher. ‘My Inner Landscape’

Rasheeda Flight. ‘Mystery Island’, John Andersen.The ‘hanging

team’ Pat, John and Yngvill - congratulations to all.

Judges Sue Marshall and Judith Hoste (right) Their comments on

entries can be found on the TLAS website www.tlas.org.au

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February - is membership

renewal month!

Tuggerah Lakes Art Society

Annual membership $25

Due February 2021

MEMBERSHIP FORM AND RENEWAL

Tuggerah Lakes Art Society membership and renewals are due February each year.

The society was founded in 1989 and enjoys a small but enthusiastic membership.

TLAS meets on the fourth Thursday of the month at its new HQ at The Entrance

Community Centre / Meeting Room.

The meeting will generally have a guest speaker or demonstration, as well as a

Members’ Challenge - of artworks submitted with a common theme.

Benefits of membership include the ‘Good Times’ art workshops, subsidised and

supported by Central Coast Council.

The TLAS Academy is a regular ‘paint in’ each Wednesday morning at the CWA Hall,

Pacific St., Long Jetty. Mentors are always on hand to guide you through art problems.

Exhibitions are held throughout the year with opportunities of winning prizes or

commendations plus the opportunity to sell you artwork.

A monthly newsletter is published *via email to keep members informed of events.

*add $15 for printed and posted.

NEW MEMBERSHIP

RENEWAL

NAME

ADDRESS

P/CODE

PHONE

MOBILE

EMAIL

SIGNATURE:

email to : membership@tlas.org.au

or post with payment to Tuggerah Lakes Art Society

PO Box 4341 Bay Village, 2261

Payment via bank transfer:

TLAS Inc. St George Bank, Tuggerah

BSB: 112879 ACC NUMBER: 041284038

In ‘description’ section for payment please write if ‘New Member’, ‘Renewal’ or ‘Student’

and add your name.

An online form is also available: www.tlas.org.au click on ‘Membership’ page.

TUGGERAH LAKES ART SOCIETY Inc.

ABN 81 282 337 158

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Arriving at the

shopping centre

today a clown

opened the door for

me. I thought 'that's

a nice jester'.

TLAS COMMITTEE 2021

PRESIDENT

Rasheeda Flight

4333 8387

president@tlas.org.au

VICE PRESIDENT / WELFARE

Donna Cole

0407 676 022

vpresident@tlas.org.au

TREASURER

Rasheeda Flight

4333 8387

treasurer@tlas.org.au

FREE CLASSIFIEDS

Badges: Name badges with the TLAS logo are available

by ordering via Rasheeda. The price is $8. Bargain!

SECRETARY

Jana Morgan

MEMBERSHIP

Wendy Scorgie

membership@tlas.org.au

NEWSLETTER / WEB

Mal Hamilton

news@tlas.org.au

4332 9047

0414 811 838

I’ve decided to sell my vacuum cleaner, it’s just

gathering dust. 0414 811 838

Send your free classified ad to web@tlas.org.au

SCORGIE'S RAW HONEY is still

available during the COVID-19

pandemic.

500 gm for $10.00 and 250 gm for

$5.00.

Phone Wendy 4332 9047 or

email wendyscorgie2@hotmail.com

COORDINATORS

Pat Edwards TLAS Academy

Corinne Adams Good Times W/shops

EVENT COORDINATORS

Sam Blanks

Donna Cole

Pat Edwards

CCAS SUMMER EXHIBITION

Christies Art Supplies and Picture Framing

have re-opened after the lifting of some of

the COVID-19 restrictions for business.

Located at 8/10 Pioneer Avenue, Tuggerah

Business Park, Tuggerah, NSW 2259

Phone: 4314 5331

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Celebrating International Women’s Day, March 8th, 2021

CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

Tuggerah Lakes Art Society presents

1. All artworks must be original, and totally the work of the female artist aged 16

years and above. A Central Coast Festival of Women Event

2. Entry fees must accompany each entry form.

3. A commission of 20% will be deducted from the sales. Students are exempt.

4. Artist’s name, title, medium and price must be on the back of all artwork.

5. Professional artists should also supply their ABN.

6. Creative art in most genres will be accepted.

7. Artworks may be framed or unframed, provided that they are strung ready to be

hung. Glass surfaces must be taped during transportation.

8. Artworks on display may be reproduced for media purposes.

9. To enter cards or unframed art you must also have hanging art entered.

10. Entries must be received during the stated times from the artist, agent or courier.

WOMEN IN ART I 2021

Paintings will be available for collection only at the times advertised below.

11. While utmost care will be exercised, neither Tuggerah Lakes Art Society Inc, nor its

members will be responsible for insurance, loss or damage to any paintings.

Exhibiting at The Entrance Complex Gallery

ENTRY DETAILS

Each artist is able to

enter a maximum

of 2 artworks.

Create an artwork

DRAW I PAINT DATES I PHOTOGRAPH REMEMBER I SCULPT

Entry Forms Due: Friday 14th February 2020

Email to: entry@tlas.org.au

ENTRY FEES FOR ARTWORKS

$20 for 1st artwork and $5 for the

additional artwork.

Student Entries $5 for 1st artwork nil

for an additional artwork.

Norberta St, The Entrance NSW 2261

6th to 17th March 2021

Inviting female artists and student entries

Any medium, style or genre.

Paintings, photography, stitch art, graphics, print making, digital art, etc.

It’s up to you!

Mail to: The WIA Coordinator, PO Box 4341, Bay Village, 2261

Receiving Day: Friday 28th February 2020 from 9am to 12noon

Deliver to: The Entrance Gallery, Norberta St, The Entrance, NSW 2261

Collection Day: Monday 23rd March 2020 from 9am to 12noon

Collect from: The Entrance Gallery, Norberta St, The Entrance, NSW 2261

Exhibition Launch, Friday, 5th March at 5.30pm

Artisan’s Market, Saturday 6th & 7th March, 2021

Entry Forms Due 8th February 2021

For further information contact Tammy Briggs, Co-ordinator

Email: secretary@tlas.org.au Entry forms at www.tlas.org.au

Phone: 0426 176

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further information contact Sam Blanks, Co-ordinator

Email : sam@tlas.org.au Phone : 0410 700 811

PROUDLY PRESENTED BY

WOMEN IN ART I 2020

Tuggerah Lakes Lakes Art Art Society Inc. Inc.

PO Box 4341 Bay Village, NSW 2261 Email:president@tlas.org.au Phone:(02) 4333 8387

PO Box 4341 Bay Village, NSW 2261 Email : president@tlas.org.au Phone:(02) 4333 8387

CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

1. All artworks must be original and totally the work of the female artist.

2. Entry fees must accompany each entry form.

3. A commission of 20% will be deducted from the sales. Students under 18yr exempt.

4. Artist’s name, title, medium and price must be on the back of all artwork.

5. Professional artists should also supply their ABN.

6. Creative art in most genres will be accepted.

7. All hanging artwork to be strung ready to be hung.

Glass surfaces must be taped during transportation.

8. Artworks on display may be reproduced for media purposes.

9. To enter cards or unframed art you must also have an artwork to be judged.

10. Entries must be received during the stated times from the artist, agent or courier.

Paintings will be available for collection only at the times advertised below.

11. While utmost care will be exercised, neither Tuggerah Lakes Art Society Inc, nor

its members will be responsible for insurance, loss or damage to any paintings.

12. Artwork will be displayed at the discretion of the hanging committee.

ENTRY DETAILS

Each artist is able to

enter a maximum

of 2 artworks.

ENTRY FEES FOR HANGING ARTWORKS

$20 for 1st artwork and $5 for the additional artwork.

Student (under 18 years)

Entries $5 for 1st artwork nil for an additional artwork.

DATES TO REMEMBER

Entry Forms Due : Monday 8th February 2021

Email to : sam@tlas.org.au

Mail to : The WIA Coordinator, PO Box 4341, Bay Village, 2261

Receiving Day : Thursday 4th March 2021 from 9am to 12noon

Deliver to : The Entrance Gallery, Norberta St, The Entrance, NSW 2261

Collection Day : Thursday 18th March 2021 from 9am to 12noon

Collect from : The Entrance Gallery, Norberta St, The Entrance, NSW 2261

Contact : Sam Blanks, Co-ordinator 0410 700 811 or sam@tlas.org.au

ROSTER

Roster times will be confirmed by email before Receiving Day

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Please circle Please your preferred circle your date preferred and time date if you’re and time able to to assist volunteer at the to exhibition. assist at the exhibition.

Tuggerah Lakes Art Society Inc.

PO Box 4341 Bay Village, NSW 2261 Email:president@tlas.org.au Phone:(02) 4333 8387

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ENTRY FORM

Entries are to arrive on or before 8th February 2021

Family/Surname .............................................. First name ...........................................

Address ........................................................................................................................

School (if student) ........................................... Class ....................... Age ....................

Telephone ....................................................... Mobile ................................................

Email ............................................................... c subscribe me to the TLAS newsletter

Each artist can submit a maximum of 2 artworks.

ARTWORK TO BE JUDGED

Title Medium Size Price Sold

1

2

I agree to the conditions of entry listed and certify that I am the artist and

the paintings I have entered are my original works.

c My ABN is ........................... or c I am a hobby artist

Signed:.......................................

Office use: Date received:.............................

PAYMENT DETAILS

I enclose payment of ............................ for entry fees.

Please tick .... cash c .... cheque c .... direct deposit .... c Date ...........................

BSB: 112 879 A/C No: 041 284 038 A/C Name: TLAS Add reference ‘WIA’ and your name.

Payment Details (if artwork is sold)

Bank Transfer c Acc Name ................................ BSB ................ Acc No ...............................

or Cheque c

REMOVAL FROM EXHIBITION

Signature .................................... Date removed .................... Countersigned ........................

For further information contact Sam Blanks, Co-ordinator 0410 700 811

Email : sam@tlas.org.au

Mail : The WIA Co-ordinator, PO Box 4341, Bay Village, 2261

Proudly presented by

Tuggerah Lakes Art Society Inc.

PO Box 4341 Bay Village, NSW 2261 Email:president@tlas.org.au Phone:(02) 4333 8387

UNFRAMED WORKS AND CARDS ENTRY FORM

Entry is free for unframed work or cards providing you enter an artwork to be judged

Entries are to arrive on or before 8th February 2021

Name .................................................................................................................................

UNFRAMED WORK

These will be displayed on a counter rack and not hung. The rack is unsuitable for

unframed canvases. No payment is required for entering unframed work.

Title Medium Size Price Sold

1

2

3

4

CARDS

These will be displayed on a card rack.

Please attach a small removeable sticker with the price and artist reference which

can be removed at point of sale. No payment is required for entering cards.

Title/Code Price Sold

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

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WOMEN IN ART I 2021

Proudly presented by

Tuggerah Lakes Art Society Inc.

PO Box 4341 Bay Village, NSW 2261 Email:president@tlas.org.au Phone:(02) 4333 8387

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