Face to Face at the Pomona Gallery

Magali Fuega’s solo exhibition Face to Face is at the Pomona Railway Station Gallery during July.

Sunshine Coast artist Magali Fuega is showing her exhibition Face to Face in the Carriage Room of the Pomona Railway Station Gallery during July.

Magali’s work is a celebration of people, diversity and beauty. Looking at her portraits is like having a conversation with a stranger and getting to know them. A stare, a posture, an expression, opens the doors to imagination.

Face to Face officially opens Saturday 2 July at 11am, and is on show until 3 August.

Also at the gallery in the Banana Shed, Pomona artist Glen Buckley is showing Ode to Aubrey.

This exhibition is a collection of original pen and ink drawings done in the style of Victorian era illustrative artist Aubrey Vincent Beardsley.

“I love the flow and curve of line where movement is seemingly random yet designed,” Glen said.

“The work is finished yet ever evolving.”

Glen will be at the gallery on Wednesday afternoons during his exhibition, which opens 25 June and remains on show until 27 July.

Pomona Railway Station Gallery is at 10 Station Street Pomona, open 10am-4pm Tuesday to Friday and 10am-2pm Saturday and Sunday.