Owners of Burpengary Real Estate who have a penchant for art could be interested to hear about a new exhibition that opened late last week, which features the work of two well-known Queensland artists and could offer a great opportunity to soak up some culture in the coming weeks.
The exhibition is called ‘Tangible’ and features recent works by Sebastian Di Mauro and Carly Scoufos and opened on February 20 at the Pine Rivers Art Gallery.
Moreton Bay Regional Council Deputy Mayor and Division 9 Councillor Mike Charlton said the display was an interesting opportunity for the area, featuring a number of three-dimensional pieces that will be on display until March 22.
“Art can take many forms and this is artwork with a difference. This exhibition invites the audience to become part of the artwork by stepping inside the artistic space and touching their works,” said Mr Charlton in a February 19 statement.
Furthermore, the two artists will be available to discuss their artwork with the public on March 1 at 11 a.m. This offers locals a great opportunity to grasp a deeper understanding of the methods, reasons and inspirations behind the works.