About the Springwood Art Show
Admire world-class artworks.
Invest in creative and amazing art pieces.
More than 400 artworks available to purchase.
Buy quality gifts and unique craft work.
Get an eyeful of art when the first and longest running art show in the Blue Mountains again showcases the best established and emerging talent in the area from August 25 to 27, 2017.
Held at Springwood High School and co-ordinated by the Parents & Citizens Association, the event directly supports students of the school with 25 per cent of all artwork sales and all admission, café, and raffle income used to buy educational resources.
Featured Artist: Sue Gasser
Sue has been a professional artist for over 30 years and works with pastels. She lives in the Blue Mountains where her subjects are in abundance. Art has always been a passion and a natural talent as she has had no formal tutoring. Sue delights in celebrating the beauty of creation and her photo realistic artworks invite the viewer to come close and check that it is indeed a painting and not a photograph. Her love for animals is evident in Sue`s attention to the finely detailed drawing of feathers and fur.
Sue has won many art awards with at least half being the Viewers choice award, which tells her what the public like. Sue's work hangs both locally and abroad including in the Council chambers of Sanda Japan as a gift to the Mayor from the Blue Mountains City Council.