Member Announcements


Elgin Artists VIRTUAL Exhibition



 Featuring recent works by CAS Member Gordon Carter

Recent works by:
Derek Skues
Dee Clements
Peter Jones
​Rodney Wulff
Ron Muller
John Maynard
Gordon Carter
​Peter Sanders
Jenny Moles
Ian Cunnungham
Ron Hunt
​David Jellie
Liz Montgomery
​Mick Adamson

Elgin Artists is a diverse group of people who love creating drawings, paintings and sculpture.  We encourage and foster all types of visual art – and all styles of expression including traditional realism, impressionism, surrealism, abstraction and printmaking. We have distinctive styles and paint using a range of media such as watercolour, oils and acrylics.
We encourage our members to express their feelings and imaginations through their art. We now share a studio space in Elgin Place, Hawthorn, around the corner from our original studio in Elgin Street. The studio provides a venue for painting, socialising, sharing resources, and further developing our artistic knowledge and skills.

Elgin Artists VIRTUAL Exhibition

Gordon Carter: CAS Member in the Elgin Artists VIRTUAL Exhibition 2020

Gordon Carter: CAS Member in the Elgin Artists VIRTUAL Exhibition 2020


Monochrome Group Exhibition


321 Smith Street, Fitzroy

featuring artworks by CAS Member Lilly Antoneavic

Exhibition runs: 30 January until 12 February 2020

Mandurang Valley Artisans' Trail

featuring work of CAS Artist

Sharon Greenaway

October 19-20

 Willaura Modern 


 Visual Intervals 

 Paintings by CAS Member W. H. Brandenburg 

An exceptional collection of painted works by New Mexican artist W. Howard Brandenburg. These thought-provoking paintings, on display at the historic railway gallery in Willaura (Victoria), represent a rich body of work created between two hemispheres and two homes.

Exhibit dates: 18 Oct - 17 Nov 2019

Opening Reception: 19 Oct 2019 6 - 9 p.m.

Gallery hours: Thursday - Saturday and Sunday 3 Nov 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. and by appointment

Howard 0429 585 251


Cheryle Bannon


Exhibition runs: 22 October 2018 to 17 January 2019

Decoy Café Bar Gallery
303 Exhibition St, Melbourne

Go To Top