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Fri 20 Jul 2018, 9:30am–4:00pm
Sat 21 Jul 2018, 9:30am–5:00pm
Sun 22 Jul 2018, 9:30am–2:30pm

Where: St. Mark's Anglican Parish Hall, 55 Albion Street, Warwick, Southern Downs

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

Listed by: sue511

Now in its 7th year, art@st.mark's has grown to welcome new exhibitors each year in photography, linocuts, cross stitch, textiles along with the more usual inks, pencil and paints. It has also been gratifying to see the development of many artists who have exhibited since our first event in 2012. Free entry allows visitors to Jumpers and Jazz a warm escape to view and buy original work at reasonable prices.

An onsite Art Cafe further enhances the experience with home baking for morning or afternoon tea. More substantial lunch options include homemade hearty soups, sandwiches and other savouries with vegetarian and gluten free selections. A variety of hot and cold drinks, including wine by the glass and hot chocolate will also be available.

The St. Mark's Craft Group will have winter warming hats and scarves for sale along with many other handmade articles for home or gift ideas. There are so many opportunities to buy an original artwork or crafted item at a wide range of prices suitable for home, office or that special early for Christmas!

St. Mark's Parish Hall is fully accessible for walkers, prams and wheelchairs. For further information, contact Sue on 0427 962 281 or by email:

Artists of all ages just starting to create to those with years of experience are invited to enter up to 3 pieces of art, ready for hanging. Entry forms and full conditions of entry are available from the Church, Anglican Parish of Warwick website or Jumpers and Jazz website or send an email to or call 0427 962 281 for more information. Entry Forms must be returned before Friday 6 July 2018 with artwork delivered on Tuesday 17 July unless alternate arrangements have been made with the Coordinator, Sue Nalder.