Margy Cruickshank’s work has been well received at her recent showings. Most have commented on the vibrancy of her colours and the subject selection.
Mundubbera Regional Art Gallery recently hosted a successful joint exhibition between long-term school friends Margy Cruickshank and Margaret Bradford who collaborated on the presentation of 42 artworks. Gallery visitors’ universal comments were that they loved the works presented which included screen prints by Ms Bradford showing many places and spaces in time-lapse.
Ms Cruickshank’s works depict the vibrant Australian landscape colours, large skies and vistas that bring tourist worldwide to immerse themselves in the most ancient and natural continent. Ms Cruickshank, formerly a local resident was thrilled to be able to present her works to her hometown audience. Mundubbera is a vibrant country town, with a thriving agricultural sector including Citrus, Blueberries, Mangoes and other small crops. Several hundred people attended the exhibition during a month-long opening and works were well accepted. The exhibition gained multiple positive mainstream and social media reviews which made the whole shared adventure a success. The Grey Nomad and visiting guest seasonal workers make the mid-year exhibition a huge success.