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Trish Sheppard presents -

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We are delighted to display Trish Sheppard’s art in our Gallery. Having spent time in many of the places Trish visited on her Outback Tracks travels, I love how she has captured the colours, the textures, the light and the soul of the country in her paintings.

She expresses her flair using pastels, charcoal, acrylics, oils, cold wax and encaustic works.

Trish arrived at the Gallery on Saturday, 4th May, her car loaded to the roof with paintings she’d packed herself the night before, to allow for a 5am start!  She stayed through the weekend to help us install the exhibition, which was much appreciated, and departed for home early on the Tuesday morning. Who said being an artist was easy!

An extract from Trish’s bio reads:

“My passion for colour, travel and the sea, clearly influences my works. As an artist and photographer, I explore an expansive array of subject matter.  More recently, my attention is drawn to consider and observe the colours and natures of the Australian outback and bush, and I am particularly enjoying my current works in abstract and contemporary landscapes.

Born in NSW, I now live in Tewantin and enjoy walking along the river, where I often snorkel. I started painting in my teens, then life happened! I have now developed into a prolific, award-winning artist and enthusiastic photographer. I enjoy capturing spontaneous images on my travels, nationally and internationally.”

Trish has exhibited at:

Noosa Open Studios, Cooroy Butter Factory Arts Centre,

Pomona Railway Station Art Gallery, Bundaberg Arts Festival,

Burnett Heads Lighthouse Festival, Moore Park Arts Festival,

Martin Hanson Awards, Gladstone; Mount Perry Arts Festival

Ballinger Arts Festival


All Trish’s paintings in this exhibition are for sale, with unframed originals at $200 and framed originals starting at $450.  Each painting sold is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the artist. The exhibition will come down on Saturday, 29 June.

Facebook:        Trish Sheppard Art

Instagram:       trishsheppardart



2024 Exhibition Dates

7 May to 29 June - Trish Sheppard - Outback Tracks

2 July to 24 August - Carmel Birchley, Maggie Spencely & Colleen Helmore - 'Natures Therapy'

27 August to 19 October - George Kirk Art including previously unseen works

22 October to 14 December - Isabella Hafner

2025 Exhibition Dates


21 January to 15 March - Coalstoun Lakes Cropping

18 March to 10 May - Orange Festival Exhibition & Competition

13 May to 5 July - Cynthia Mahomet

8 July to 30 August - Dr Kaya Barry

2 September to 25 October - Kevin Rogers - Master Pencil Artist

28 October to 20 December - Zarabella Bambling

For Exhibitors

The Gallery provides opportunities for artists working in all genres, to display their artistic skills as well as showcasing the region’s art and culture to visiting public. Bringing long term benefits to individuals and the community at large.

2024 is currently fully booked and only 1 possible unconfirmed exhibition in 2025. 2026 is currently open for bookings. If you are interested in exhibiting at Gayndah Art Gallery, we would love to hear from you.

Please contact the Gallery to discuss your requirements and available dates.

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