Maleny Arts and Culture

Maleny Arts and Culture

The town of Maleny is home to some of the Hinterlands most creative and innovative artists and craftspeople. With a range of different creations from woodwork, to beads and musical instruments, the town is always abuzz with some sort of artistic show or creative endeavour. Many local craftspeople are found regularly at the Sunday markets at the Maleny RSL, or check noticeboards and the info centre for more information about what is going on during your visit.

  • Art on Cairncross

    Art on Cairncross is a fine art gallery representing leading and emerging artists from the region and throughout Australia. This is complemented by a fascinating range of three dimensional art from glass, porcelain, sculpture, ceramics, and unique leather masks through to jewellery and hand painted silks. We also have unique gifts and cards from many of our artists. Art on Cairncross hosts features and exhibitions on a regular basis throughout the year. Art on Cairncross is open Tuesday to Sunday 10.00am to 5.00pm Gallery directors Tony & Jane welcome you to the gallery. They have an excellent reputation for the service they provide. This includes locating artwork either from the diversity on display or sourcing from the artists’ studios. Through the internet they maintain contact with clients worldwide and forward images of works on request for consideration. Safe packing, insuring and shipping anywhere is all part of their professional service. Art can also be viewed in or personally delivered to your own home throughout the region.

  • Maleny Magic Patchwork & Quilts

    Maleny Magic Patchwork & Quilts, situated in the beautiful Blackall Range hinterland, offers all of your patchwork, sewing and quilting needs … specialising in quality Japanese fabrics, ready made quilts, and teaching through courses and workshops. The shop offers friendly service and welcomes bus groups. Opening 9:30am – 4pm, 7 days a week except public holidays Barb and Robyn Owners

  • Peace of Green Gallery

    Peace of Green Gallery is a collective of professional local artists. Every day a different artist is behind the counter awaiting to serve you. They will provide you an insight into all the artists works. We cover a wide range of mediums from hand blown glass, silk & paintings to woodwork, ceramics, leather and mosaics, and so much more. Visit our gallery 7days a week, Main st. of Maleny

  • Kim Herringe

    Want to try your hand at something creative? Just not sure what you want to do? But you do know that you want to do something other than painting or drawing … Join Maleny artist Kim Herringe in small group art workshops and explore the endless creative possibilities you can achieve with Printmaking. From beginners to advanced, 1 and 2 day workshops run year-round. From linoprinting and monoprinting to cyanotype and etching, there is something for everyone. You can view my work at Peace of Green Gallery, Maleny, and Montville Art Gallery. Or scroll down and see images from my Instagram feed… Workshops run throughout the year – click here for full workshop details, dates and costs. Workshops scheduled for 2018 Gelatin Plate Printing and Monotype One day workshop Monoprinting is spontaneous and fun. Explore and work with monoprinting on gelatin plates, working with methods and materials will be able to reproduce in your own home. More information here… Linoprinting 101 One day workshop Learn how to design, carve and print a simple linocut print. We will print a small edition, and you’ll learn how you can apply this printmaking technique to different surfaces such as fabrics and different papers. More information here… Colour and Reductive Linoprinting Basics Two day workshop Explore reductive linoprinting and several different approaches to colour with your lino printing. You will learn about preparing your image and block(s), carving, registration and printing editions. More information here… Reductive Linoprinting Beyond the Basics Two day workshop Are you comfortable […]

  • Fried Mudd

    Cathy is a warm and generous teacher, sharing what she has learned and offering her extensive expertise in raku methods with participants. Many people arrive at workshops feeling unsure and tentative or simply saying “I’m not creative – I don’t know where to start”. Cathy gently encourages them all to make a start – to get in touch with the clay, shape it, mould it and begin to give it a new life. In many ways, she offers people a safe place to express themselves, and permission to let the child within play and have a bit of fun. Participant’s leave feeling thrilled, excited and exhilarated at their creations – made with their own hands and with creativity sparked from within themselves. They often go away able to tell a new story about themselves; “Actually, I can be creative.” Cathy’s style and approach to familiarising people with clay and what it can do, simplifying the process and then letting them feel their way, produces the magical transitions that make these workshops such special events. Tempted? Here is a little more… Fun in the Mudd Weekend and One-Day Clay Workshops Discover your creative side, relax and indulge in a fun and unique experience, turning mud into your very own masterpiece! Develop your creativity to produce a piece of art worthy of proud display. Shades of Clay Hen’s Parties, Girls Weekend Escape, Couples Workshop A fun and creative 4 hour workshop where you can experience time on the potter’s wheel, create a masterpiece […]