Last Days for Time and the Elements

Stephen Newton’s survey exhibition time and the elements: Stephen Newton - a survey which highlights sculptures in wood made by the artist over the last 15 years, concludes on 20 April. The exhibition includes works sourced from public and private collections, produced over the past 25 years. The exhibition opens runs from the 23 February until the 20 April at the Caboolture Regional Art Gallery, Caboolture Hub, 4 Hasking Street, Caboolture. Time and the Elements is accompanied by a full colour catalogue with an introductory essay by Louise-Martin Chew, published by artHIVES.

Rachael Lee - Evolving Landscapes

Rachael Lee's solo exhibition - Evolving Landscapes...life seeks order - opened at Logan Art Gallery (Cnr Wembley Rd and Jacaranda Ave, Logan Central, Qld) on Friday 5 April and continues to 11 May. Rachael examines growth and change in the local natural environment using patterns and repeated organic shapes to form idealised landscapes.

Goodbye Doggett Street

The final Doggett Street Studio exhibition at its current location at 85 Doggett Street, Newstead - opens on Friday 15 March (6-8pm) and continues on Saturday 16 March (10am-4pm). The exhibition will feature the first and last ever sale of artworks by Allyson Reynolds, Scott Whitaker and Stephen Mok. While Doggett Street Studio will be closing at its current location, it will continue to do projects into the future.

Nicola Moss - Culture Ecology at SGAR

Nicola Moss' solo exhibition - Culture Ecology - presents new works developed from her artist in residence experiences at Hill End. Historical and contemporary influences of making home and the shaping of Hill End's ecology are explored. This silhouette series of hand cut paper works and large wall installation feature at SGAR: Spiro Grace Art Rooms (255 Gregory Terrace, Spring Hill, Qld. Ph:07 3839 8925) opens on Friday 15 March (6 - 8pm) and continues until 6 April.

Stephen Newton Survey

Stephen Newton’s practice as a sculptor is inspired by wood and the weathering effects of nature. time and the elements: Stephen Newton - a survey highlights sculptures in wood made by the artist over the last 15 years. Sourced from public and private collections, the sculptures were created on Newtons 40 acre property at Dayboro. Over the past 25 years Newton has produced a prolific body of sculptural forms rich in symbolic meaning. His practice encompasses studio work, environmental installations, public realm sculpture commissions and collaborative projects throughout city, regional and remote areas of Australia.

Rachael Lee - Evolving Landscapes

Rachael Lee's solo exhibition - Evolving Landscapes...life seeks order - opens at Logan Art Gallery (Cnr Wembley Rd and Jacaranda Ave, Logan Central, Qld) on Friday 5 April and continues to 11 May. Rachael examines growth and change in the local natural environment using patterns and repeated organic shapes to form idealised landscapes. To coincide with this show, Rachael will be conducting a free workshop on drypoint etching at the Logan Art Gallery on Wednesday 17 April. As places are limited, bookings commence 19 March by contacting the gallery on 07 3412 5519 or email (artgallery@logan.qld.gov.au).

Margaret Genever and Laurel McKenzie - Body Language

Body Languages, an exhibition by Margaret Genever and Laurel McKenzie at ArtRoom@Vivo, Palm Cove, opens 22 March and continues to 21 May 2013. In their third small group exhibition at Vivo, Margaret and Laurel focus on human bodies and the spaces that they occupy. Margaret’s works are drypoint prints that have been inscribed directly from the model onto perspex plates then printed with chine collé in limited editions. The figures, located in the studio environment, are recorded with frank observation and the directness of the drypoint medium.

Robyn Dansie at Jackman Galleries

Robyn Dansie is having an exhibition at Jackman Galleries (60 Inkerman St, St Kilda Vic 3182, Ph: 03 9534 2147, Wed-Sun 11am-6pm). The exhibition runs from March 3rd until April 6th. The focal point of this series is the use of a girl's dress image which explores the use of collage, painting, drawing and found objects in a fun design context. The resultant works rely heavily on the use of whimsy while the multiple layers allow the dress images to dance on the surface.

David Henderson at Villa Mulberry Gallery

David Henderson's exhibition of recent work at Villa Mulberry Gallery (1a Shipley St, South Yarra, Vic) opens on Tuesday 19 March (6-8pm) and runs to 25 March. Subject matter will include urban landscapes painted in Italy and Istanbul, interiors and the nude.

Athene Currie Exhibition at Queensland Cente for Photography

Eastern Face by Athene Currie is currently being exhibited at the Queensland Centre for Photography (Cnr of Cordelia and Russell Streets, South Brisbane). The exhibition are a series of photographs shot in 2010 at George Everest House, a remnant of the British Empire and a building of architectural significance and historical importance used by Sir Everest while completing the Great Trigonometric Survey of India. Athene will be presenting an artists talk at QCP, Sunday 17 March from 1:30pm. The exhibition continues until until 23 March 2013.

Jennifer Long at ART-tique Gallery

Jennifer Long is showing new work at the newly opened ART-tique Gallery (Level 1, 327 George Street, Brisbane, Qld. Ph: 0435 091 278) which is currently featuring work by 9 local artists.

Megan Jones

Megan Jones is currently working on a series of paintings arising from her residency in Greenland in 2012. One of these - Nothing to eat - has been selected for an exhibition in Mosman Art Gallery (Sydney, NSW) which is now on until 10 March.

Des Rolph - VISTAS

Des Rolph's exhibition - VISTAS - is on now at Woolloongabba Art Gallery (613 Stanley St, Woolloongabba,Qld. Ph: (07) 38915551) until 28 March.

Aria Stone's Silence

Paintings from Aria Stone's recent solo exhibition Silence at the Monaro Arts Space in Queanbeyan can still be seen on her website here. The exhibition ran until Saturday 9 March 2013.

Judith Kentish in QUT Triennial

Judith Kentish has been included in Ex post, Queensland University of Technology's inaugural triennial exhibition that surveys the work of past graduates. The exhibition is billed as a tribute to the individual successes of graduates as they move forward to become key figures in contemporary arts practice both nationally and internationally. This year, the exhibition also includes work by Lucy Griggs, Simone Hine, Archie Moore, Sandra Selig and Shaun O'Connor. The exhibition opened on 3 November and continues until 23 December 2012 at QUT art Museum, Gardens Point Campus (next to the City Botanic Gardens) Brisbane, Queensland.

Merry Sparks - Pops Australia

Merry Sparks' latest solo exhibition - Merry Sparks Pops Australia - opens at C Gallery (Shop 13A/23 James Street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Australia. Ph: 07 3852 5069) on 22 November(6.30-9pm) and runs to 30 December.

Mel Brigg - Lasting Impressions

Mel Brigg's new exhibition - Lasting Impressions - opens at Linton & Kay Galleries (137 St Georges Terrace (Old Perth Technical School), Perth, Western Australia. Ph: 08 6465 4314) on 8 November (6-8pm) and runs to 22 November.

Nicola Moss - Breathing in Mountains

Nicola Moss' solo exhibition - Breathing in Mountains - features paintings inspired by the unique environment of the World Heritage listed Cradle Mountain region of Tasmania. The show opens at Salt Contemporary Art (33-35 Hesse Street, Queenscliff, Vic. Ph: 03 5258 3988) from 23 November to 14 December 2012 with an artist talk followed by opening drinks on Sunday 2 December (2.30pm). A painting from this series can also be seen on show in the Geelong Contemporary Art Prize until 18 November.

Debbie Mack part of three

Debbie Mack will be exhibiting some of her latest paintings at the Nona Gallery (Brisbane Institute of Art, 49 Grafton Street, Windsor, Qld) as part of three, with Deb Magee and Lisa de Cosse Brissac. The exhibitions runs from 21-26 November with an opening on Thursday 22 November (5-7pm).

Sonja Jack - Air and Water

Sonja Jack's latest solo exhibition - Air and Water - is currently on at Studio 4 Gallery (4a/25 Seaside Blvd. (Town of Seaside) Marcoola, Sunshine Coast, Qld. Ph: 07 5457 0298) until 25 November with an opening on 10 November (5pm).

Abramo Papp on tour 2013

Group exhibition by The Friday 13 – piece o’ cake - opens on Friday 9 November (6.30pm) at Nona Gallery (Brisbane Institute of Art, 49 Grafton Street, Windsor, Qld) and continues to 13 November. Artists include Abramo Papp, Debbie Mack and others. Abramo Papp is also pleased to announce that his work - Dusk over Canaipa Passage - entered in the Queensland Regional Art Awards (QRAA) 2012 has been selected in the QRAA Touring Exhibition for 2013.

Jason Haufe at Factory 49

Jason Haufe's Solo Exhibition opened at Factory 49, 49 Shepherd Street Marrickville New South Wales on 31 October and continues until 10 November 2012. The gallery is open from Thursday to Saturday, 1 to 6pm.

Doggett Street Studio Christmas exhibition

The Doggett Street Studio (85 Doggett St, Newstead, Qld. Ph: 07 3252 9292) Christmas show - affordable works - opens on Friday 7 December (6-8pm) and continues to Saturday 15 Dec.

Adam Hibbert - Fine Art Fine Coffee

Adam Hibbert's latest exhibition - Fine Art Fine Coffee - is on now at Black Coffee Gallery (Zillman Rd, Hendra, Qld) until 28 January 2013. Pieces include Adam's figurative and imaginative works.

Hazel Mary Cope - Celebration of Care

St Vincent's Private Hospital Toowoomba (Scott Street) is commemorating 90 years service to the Darling Downs Community. As part of the celebrations, Hazel Mary Cope has a solo show - Celebration of Care - which is on now until April 2013 at Entrance 2.

Robyn Dansie - Pop Power

Robyn Dansie's latest show - Pop Power - is on now at 1 Spring St Art (Level 2, 1 Spring St (Cnr Flinders St), Melbourne, Vic) until 18 January 2013. Robyn is exhibiting an eclectic series of mixed media paintings and acrylic works on canvas exploring a variety of themes.

Roger Lane on show at Buderim

Roger Lane's new work is part of The Wrap Up Exhibition which is currently on at Art Nuvo (25 Gloucester Rd, Buderim, Qld. Ph: 07 5456 2445) and runs to 22 December.

Margaret Wilson - Thresholds retrospective

Thresholds: Images from Music, Reverie and Place, is the first retrospective to survey thirty years of consistent practice by Margaret Wilson. The exhibition was curated by Anne Kirker and is on now at the Perc Tucker Regional Gallery (Townsville, Qld) until 17 February 2013. The exhibition includes several series of nuanced abstract paintings and works on paper that are philosophically attuned as well as steeped in the landscapes with which she is familiar.

Anita West - 12 Days of Christmas

Anita West and 11 other artists are taking part in the group exhibition - 12 Days of Christmas - which is currently showing at the TVH Gallery (Sydny , NSW) and runs for 12 days (from 1 Dec). All works will be under $5000.

Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox - Cosmology

Kathryn Brimblecombe-Fox’s exhibition - Cosmology - opens at Purgatory Artspace (1st Floor, 170 Abbortsford St, North Melbourne, Vic. Ph: 03 9329 1860) from Wednesday 30 January to Saturday 17 February.