While we can't have live openings at the moment, we didn't want to miss the chance to celebrate the two wonderful exhibitions currently on show.
Using acrylic paint, charcoal and unstretched canvas, Fiona explores possibilities of mark making.
Richard Morecroft has produced a fantastic video on Ann and Sophie Cape's powerful exhibition 'An Unending Shadow.'Ann and Sophie generously share emotional insights into the difficult process of creating works about dementia - the disease that affected their husband and father. The video reveals much about the works on display and the deeper meanings that lie behind them.
Fiona gives us a peek into Bernard McGrath's 'Shaken II' currently on show at the Gallery, with a few added art tips.
In this free workshop Nicole will teach you how to make a cool portrait based on the work of Giuseppe Arcimboldo - who paints heads made up entirely of fruit and vegetables!
Get inspired by French artist Matisse and create a beautiful cut out collage
In this Studio Session Fiona looks at Australian Tonalism, including the work of Clarice Beckett and Max Meldrum. She then shows you and how to create some of these effects in your own plein air painting.
Join Nicole and create a fabulous planet diorama then use filters to get some great shots of your artwork
Would you like to know more about drawing with charcoal? In this week's Art Tips Fiona explores different types of paper and charcoal and the effects you can achieve. Play with light and shadow to create a beautiful drawing.
Have a look at what it takes to install an exhibition
If you enjoyed working on ply in last week's studio session, scale it up and create a large finished work using acrylic paint with Fiona!
Ever wondered about painting on plywood? Fiona will teach you the best size to use, what materials to apply and how they react to the ply
Fiona shows you how to slow down and really appreciate an artwork, by examining beautiful works from the Shoalhaven City Art Collection
Play architect and design a fabulous house out of all the cardboard you have at home!
Fiona looks at the work of Giorgio Morandi and creates a beautiful still life work based on his practice. This activity is adaptable for primary aged children and above
Have you ever wondered about the difference between tint, shade and tone or how best to mix your paints to create new colours?Fiona can help with that - watch on for some great acrylic painting tips!
Have some egg cartons lying around? Grab the kids and join Fiona as she shows you how to make cute creatures!
Are you getting into drawing but not sure what the different grades of pencils are? Or how to hold your pencil correctly?
In this Courtyard Creation Fiona shows you step by step how to make beautiful flower art from a toilet roll, by using items regularly found around your home.