Happy Christmas to all! May 2018 be full of creativity and wonderful inspirations! Yo ho ho!

Painting up a storm!

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Gallery 371

In early June within a period of ten days Louise was pleased to sell six art works at Gallery 371.  In addition she was also commissioned to paint a “Skyscape” on the theme of “The Tower Take Off”..

Gallery 371 open Wed – Sun

11am – 4pm

371 Enmore Road Marrickville




Drummoyne Art Exhibition 2017

With over 400 entries and all of a very high standard, Louise was pleased to receive three Very Highly Commended votes for her paintings:  Moody Skies Marrickville (oil) ; Tatiana’s Baby (oil); Old Shed Sofala (mixed media).

It was crowded opening on Friday night April 14 and a lively show that concluded on Sunday April 23. Thanks to all concerned!

Great Opening Night – Gallery 371

There were over 100 guests at the opening night of Louise Beck’s exhibition at Gallery 371 last Thursday night!

It was a wonderful occasion with live entertainment and much fun in the air. Great sales and great feedback.

The exhibition continues til December 15.  So come along to Gallery 371 on 371 Enmore Road Marrickville.

Wednesday to Sunday:  11.00 am – 4.00pm

Louise Beck Exhibition at Gallery 371

Louise will be holding a solo exhibition at Gallery 371 Marrickville starting November 24 through to December 11.

She will be showing her recent “Skyscapes” inspired by living in the city and being surrounded by glass, movement and colour!

Opening night drinks: Thursday November 24 – 6.00pm to 9.00pm

Address: 371 Enmore Road Marrickville

All welcome!


“LIFE” Painting is autioned off for $10,000 !

A number of artists including Louise Beck , Werener Fillipich , Ian Hansen and Robyn Ross were asked to work together on a 2 metre canvas to create a painting entitled “Life”.

The activity was part of the Hunters Hill Festival of Art in June of this year.  The painting was worked on by the various artists for a number of days in the grounds of the Hunters Hill Town Hall.  The finished work was then auctioned off for $10,000.

All proceeds went to the Chris O’Brien “LifeHouse” cancer hospital. A great achievement any way you look at it!