INVITATION TO "UNIVERSE UNFOLDING"
I am delighted to have been offered the opportunity to have a solo exhibition of my latest Resin Artworks in :the mezzanine: Entangle Living Art, Dayboro.
The official opening is on July 1st from 4.30pm - 6.30pm
All are invited to attend.
There will be wine, nibbles and music, so come along to meet me and see my latest works. Please forward the invitation to anyone who may be interested in attending.
All work is for sale, and lay-buys and commissions accepted.
My work ships worldwide.
My website is http://www.gaylereicheltart.com for those wanting to see the full range of my work. If you are unable to make it to the exhibition, you may wish to purchase one of my works online. The Galleries featuring the full range of my work can be accessed through this link: https://www.gaylereicheltart.com/store/c1/Featured_Products.html
Entangle Living Art is situated in the Old Butter Factory in the historic town of Dayboro. A scenic drive with mountain views makes it a worthwhile day out. It is located 26.2 km (23 mins) from Samford, or 45.5 km (56 mins) North-Northwest of Brisbane, or 83km (1 hr 5 mins) South/West from Caloundra. https://entangle-livingart.com is the link to Entangle Living Arts.
Lots of wonderful accommodation in and around Dayboro and Samford is available for anyone wishing to make a weekend trip to this beautiful historic town. Link and map:
SOLD - The original of this beautiful oil painting - SS Dicky - Beached Remains was sold during my recent group exhibition Ebb & Flow in :the mezzanine: Entangle Living Arts.
It was purchased by a young couple as a gift for their parents who live near Dicky Beach, and were very fond of the wreck. SS Dicky has now been removed from where she lay on the beach and together with the propeller, will be part of an interpretative display in Dicky Beach Park in the near future.
High quality prints are available of this painting, and all other paintings in The Last Fleet series on Face Mounted Acrylic, (a frameless presentation printed on best quality metallic photo paper, face mounted or bonded to the rear of a 6mm thick high quality transparent acrylic panel. Click on this link for information about high quality prints: