• banner 4
  • banner 3
  • Banner 1
  • Banner 2


In Sight 4

Art Students from years 9 to 12 at Warwick State High School

14 October to 27 November 2021


Insight provokes a deeper reflection on what it means to be creative.

Warwick High School students share what is meaningful to them through their artworks.

Image: Dreamscape of Disturbance Neve O’MaraYear 12 




Local Artist Exhibition

18 November to 22 December 2021

Warwick Art Gallery invites artists who live on the Southern Downs to exhibit in a biennial competition and exhibition. The 2021 version presents artwork by forty eight local artists.

The winners of awards were announced on Friday 19 November by guest judge Ms Rachel Arndt Director of The Condensery Somerset Regional Art Gallery. 

Rachel and Louise resizeBig congratulations Louise Tait who won the major award for her painting A bird and his boy (pictured with our guest judge Rachel Arndt).

Congratulations also to the following artists who won the Section prizes Fiona Hayes (Painting The Butcher Shop), Rita Crawford (Printmaking From the MET to GOMA) and Leah Kelly (Ceramics Splash).

Young local artists where also included in the awards for the first time with Abby Gander judged the winner of the 10 to 14 years section for Dani and Ellen Jackson the winner of the 15 to 19 years section for Unheard Souls.
Encouragement prizes were also given to:
Alexia Barnes Lone Wolf
Nikki Wood Sleepy Mountain View - Allora
Sherylyn Roulsten The Path
Christopher Hulme No Answer
Peter Osborn Dendrites
Brianna Barlow Speciesism #2 I once heard evil

pARTicipate is open up until 4pm 22 December. Come in and enjoy the amazing talent we have in our region. Also vote in the People's Choice Award.

Awards sponsored by Assumption College Warwick, Maxwell Lancaster Solicitors, Warwick Credit Union, Condamine Accountants, Rose City Shoppingworld, Warwick Friendly Society, The Hon David Littleproud MP Federal Member for Maranoa, Mapstone Geotechnical Services, Goomburra Valley Campground, Geoff and Gillian Knott, Goomburra Valley Happy Hour group and Rose City Artz n Framing.


  • Always worth a visit - there is something new and inspirational to see
  • 1