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ART EXHIBITION -
September & October 2017  Artists John Perrin and Su Van Den Heuvel, runs from the 1st September - 30th October

Please join us for OPENING NIGHT - Thursday, 21st September from 5:00 -7:00 pm

Deloraine Creative Studios presents a month long exhibition of joyful heart-warming art by John Perrin and Su Van Den Heuvel  

After having lived in China for awhile Su now uses chinese inks, rice paper, and hand made paper for her collages and paintings.  
Other influences in her art come from her travels and the exurberance of nature.   She experiments with all mediums and textures including lino printing and combines cagligraphy with her art. 

John studied Art at TAFT College Sydney and has drawn and painted for most of his life. His preferred medium is to use is acrylics and pastels.
His subjects range from sea scapes, boats, birds and marine animals. Currently he is exploring a more abstract form. John is retired now and enjoys the peace his craft offers him. At present John enjoys his passion fully now and greets visitors all year long. 

Together John Perrin and Su Van Den Heuvel exhibit their work in their Artsea Gallery in St. Helen. Come and enjoy their extremely beautiful and splendid works all month long at Deloraine Creative Studios. 

TASMANIAN CRAFT FAIR 2017 – 3rd - 6th NOVEMBER, DELORAINE

Deloraine Creative Studios are pleased to be a part of this annual Craft Fair.  

It is held annually in our picturesque township of Deloraine in northern Tasmania, an amazing array of talented artists and craftspeople exhibit and demonstrate their work as part of the Tasmanian Craft Fair.

Avoid the queue in 2017 and book online and save - tickets for the 2017 Craft Fair are now on sale.

Opening Hours

Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 9am - 5pm
Sunday 9am - 5pm
Monday 9am - 4pm

For Tickets: 

http://www.tascraftfair.com.au/about-us


Meandering Exhibition 2016

Congratulations to DCS studio holder Brad Quinn, winner of the major Acquisitive Prize in the 10th annual Meandering Exhibition with his painting 'Chudleigh Show', depicting cattle being groomed for judging.