Our artists fill the walls of Mona Vale Memorial Hall with colourful works that will grace your home at affordable prices. Their subjects include the local Pittwater area, Sydney scenes, local wildlife and people of all kinds. Here's a brief introduction to what each of our artists does, with a link to their page.
Alanna Hardman Alanna paints in acrylic on canvas. She paints distinctive landscapes, flowers, portraits and still life.
Allen Goodman Allen is a mixed media artist who is especially inspired by his images of the Pittwater area including beaches, waterways, boating and outdoor activities
Alyssa Aleksanian Alyssa's passion is for the figure and portraiture. She is inspired endlessly by the techniques of the Old Masters as well as the colour, realism and fervor of the Pre-Raphaelites.
Ann Guy Ann's subjects include Australian wildlife and landscapes. For the last fourteen years Ann has also been a recognised pet portrait artist.
Barbara McBurnie Barbara's subjects include beaches, landscapes, native plants, birds, boating, abstracts and more recently oil painting of the Outback. She paints in oils, acrylic and watercolour.
Becky Diacono Becky learned porcelain painting in Kenya for three years, and continued study in Sydney.
Brian Hutchings Brian painted wildlife, landcsapes, seascapes and marine subjects in acrylics
Kathy Dall'Amico Kathy exhibits as a Mixed Media Artist, producing Art, Hand Painted Cushions and Art Cards
Linda Joyce Linda's works are of life in the Australian bush and outback- the landscape, people, birds & animals, and ordinary objects used in everyday life
Michelle Holmes Michelle paints with Oils, Acrylics, Watercolours, enjoys Mixed Media and also loves Mosaic.
Rose Savage Rose has painted with watercolour and acrylics since 1994. Her subjects are beach scenes, country scenes, birds, animals, nudes, still life and street scenes.
Ruth Lind For her canvases, Ruth paints in oils and acrylics. She also paints such items for the home as stools, boxes, cradles, trays, pen holders, lazy susans - anything wooden.