is a not–for–profit art organisation run exclusively by volunteers.

Established by a small group of artists in 1962, the Society is currently based in Thornlands, Redland City (about 40 kilometres South East of Brisbane Qld Australia).

The Group's purpose is to give encouragement to practicing artists and to stoke the fires of public interest in the Arts.

Tuesday, 18 December 2012


Lots of dedicated work by Clyne, Karen, Joan,  Lesley, Gayle, and Adrienne  paid off when the 2012 Mixed Media Class mounted their  Exhibition at the Yurara Art Gallery.
Cathy joined with them to display completed works, which illustrated varied Mixed Media techniques with great success. The show was enjoyed by many visitors, some of whom signed up for classes in the  New Year.

Tuesday, 11 December 2012

Redland Art Awards 2012 - Winning Works

Redland Art Awards 2012 has run its course.
Thanks go to all artists who entered for the high standard of work received.
Congratulations to all shortlisted finalists and winners. 
Thanks also to judges David Burnett, Dr Laini Burton & Emma Bain.

1st Prize ($10,000)

Claudine Marzik - Queensland
Limestone Walls
(2012 - Synthetic Polymer Paint on Canvas)
courtesy of the artist

2nd Prize ($4,000)

Gladdy Kemarre - Northern Territory
Anwekety (Bush Plum)  
( 2012 - Synthetic Polymer Paint on Linen)
courtesy of the artist

3rd Prize ($2,500)

Mark Stewart - Queensland
Flight Over Fitzroy River
(2012 - Oil on Canvas)
courtesy of the artist

Dr Meredith Foxton Peoples Choice Award ($500)

Judy Rogers - Western Australia
 (2011 - Mixed Media on Board)
courtesy of the artist

Wednesday, 7 November 2012

Links to media coverage of Redland Art Awards 2012

Claudine Marzik, Limestone walls, 2012. Synthetic polymer paint on canvas. Courtesy: the artist

Phil Robinson, Gloria Dietz-Kiebron (President Redland Yurara Art Society) and May Sheppard (Redlands Creative Alliance) at the official opening of the Redland Art Awards. Artwork: Birds Nest Soup 2011. Oil on Linen - Karen Gray VIC                   Image Courtesy: Bayside Bulletin

Following are links to digital media releases regarding Redland Art Awards 2012:

Congratulations and thanks to all involved with Redland Art Awards 2012
 Organisers & Supporters

Thursday, 1 November 2012

Redland Art Awards 2012 - Winners to be announced on Saturday November 3rd 2012


The Judges for the Redland Art Awards 2012

David Burnett 
Curator, International Art, Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art
Dr Laini Burton
Lecturer, Digital Media, Queensland College of Art, Griffith University

met at Redland Art Gallery Cleveland
on Thursday November 1st 2012
to view the installed exhibition of Finalist works
and make their choices for 1st, 2nd and 3rd places.

These choices will be announced at the 
opening night event at the gallery on
Saturday November 3rd 2012.

Winners will be notified
and their names along with images of
their works will be posted on the
after the opening night announcement.

Tuesday, 7 August 2012

Michael Muir

Break on Through

Entries for Redland Art Awards 2012 are closing soon.
Below is a link to a video interview with Michael Muir, an Australian artist who was a finalist and prize winner at the 2010 Redland Art Awards with his work "Break On Through" (pictured above).

Tuesday, 24 July 2012

Turn Waste into Wonderful Artworks!

Yurara Studio, Pinklands Reserve
The Art of Basket Weaving with Rosie
Join Rosie Harvest as she demonstrates how to weave with weeds to turn Waste into Wonderful Artworks.
This workshop is an exciting opportunity to get creative with materials sourced from the garden.  We will all make our own melon basket with an opportunity to have them displayed in the gallery at a future date.
The workshop is limited to 15 participants so early registration is recommended.
Cost: $15 + $5 for materials.
Morning and Afternoon Tea provided. Bring your own lunch. To register please contact Convenor, Val Chapman on 32069993 or email Val at

Tuesday, 26 June 2012


Photographic Portraits by Leff Jeffries

3D Illusion Sketchbook Drawings by Nagai Hideyuki

Bugs on Bookcovers by Rose Sanderson.

My absolute favourite art/design blog would have to be 
created by Christopher Jobson, a web designer from Chicago.
I don't know how he does it, but he always
manages to find new and interesting artists
to showcase on this amazing blog.
Check it out at the link above,

Monday, 11 June 2012

Classes at Yurara

Redland Yurara Art Society Classes



April through to July/August

For information about what materials are required please contact individual tutors.

Please note payment in full should be paid to the tutor at the beginning of the first class.


Start Date

Day & time
 & Cost



Oil & Acrylic
Robin Wilson
(Nat.Dip of Design,
UK Dip Teaching London)

4 weeks or 8 weeks beginning

Monday Evening
4 weeks - $96
8 weeks - $184

Tuition caters for all levels of experience in this stimulating and inspiring class.

0412 056 990

Mixed Media
Gloria Clay
(Cert T, Dip T. B. Ed,
Dip advanced Studio Practice)

Beginning 10th July

4 or 8 week blocks

Tuesday Morning
9.00am-12 midday

4weeks - $98
8 weeks - $198

This imaginative course allows students to develop a variety of mixed media skills and techniques

0414 334 999

Tonal Oil Painting
Annie Jamieson

 For 4 weeks blocks

Thursday morning
9.30am – 12.30pm

4 weeks - $110

This class helps students master the fascinating subtlety and complexity of tonal values.


Drawing & Painting
Robin Wilson
(Nat.Dip of Design,
UK Dip Teaching London)


4 week or 8 week blocks

Thursday afternoons
12.30pm – 3.00pm
4 weeks - $96
8 weeks - $184

Tutor welcomes students at all levels and pays particular attention to mood, colour and pattern.

0412 056 990

Plein Air Course
in medium of student’s choice
Corinne Colombo

Four morning sessions over two weekends
Saturday and Sunday morning
16th & 17th June
23rd & 24th June
9.00am – 12.00midday

4 Sessions - $120
These Plein Air sessions are scheduled to allow working artists to attend.  They will focus on the bushland area adjacent to Yurara Art Studio in the Pinklands Reserve.