Past Exhibitions

Lilly Piri

Lilly Piri creates her art on Wangerriburra land on beautiful Jambreen (Tamborine Mountain). She loves painting in different styles and creating whatever takes her fancy. Of particular interest is still life, landscape, portraits, woodworking, and colour pencil illustrations.

She has held solo exhibitions in Melbourne, California (USA), Heidelberg (Germany), and Byron Bay, and has been a finalist in the Churchie and Lethbridge 20000. Her work is held in numerous private collections around the world.

Piri’s artwork has appeared in publications including Frankie, Little White Lies (UK), Yen, NYLON, Elle Girl (South Korea), as well as countless others. You can also find her illustrations on all 10 Australian covers of the Friday Barnes series by R.A. Spratt. Her experience in illustration includes advertising, children’s book illustration, textile design, editorials, asset creation for animated TV commercials. Clients include Penguin Random House Australia, Oxfam America, Officeworks, and Saatchi & Saatchi.

Lilly lived in Germany for years and is fluent in the language. You can see the influence of her time there in her still life paintings.

Past Exhibitions

Open Studios

The ArtPost hosted a group exhibition featuring six local artists during the 2023 inaugural Tamborine Mountain Arts Collective Open Studios Trail. This exciting event showcased the diverse talents and creative expressions of  local artists.


  1. Cassi Ashton Thomas- Painting
  2. Lilly Piri- Painting
  3. Susan Lhamo – Painting
  4. Kate French – Sculpture
  5. Emma Dusting – Jewellery
  6. Nicci Parry-Jones – PJ Pottery
Past Exhibitions

LynAdell Knitwear

LynAdell (Lynette Harvey) is an established Knitwear Designer with an international following. Lynette loves to work using a variety of unusual fibres and yarns and her knitwear designs go well beyond a basic sweater.

Whether it is fine or jumbo yarn, a varying texture or a subtle lace pattern, Lynette invites you to delight in her garments that feel wonderful to wear, fit well and stand out in the crowd. The simplicity of each item is deceptive and unique, often taking hours and her creative hands and her own thoughts to produce these exciting designs.

Lynette’s garments are wearable pieces of art, bold and vivid experiences, each telling a Wow-like story. Her choices of fiber reflect her moods and tones using buffalo to llama, mohair to angora, even poodle wool or an energy twist of Merino to create a soft curve or exciting definition to settle in an array of color. Her inspiration from the process of creating stitches as much as the final product invites wearers to lose themselves in a form in knitwear inspired by detail.

Her work has given her prestigious award from the Benson and Hedges Design Awards and her many prizes from the world of competitions. Lynette’s energetic and surreal garments have been featured also in Fashion Magazines. However the true beginning of her career started by being head hunted by a New Zealand fashion magazine and asked to design for their readers. From there it opened up to her own shop and producing for 13 boutiques throughout New Zealand.


Past Exhibitions

Bronwyn Davies

An exhibition in mixed media by Bronwyn Davies reflected her concerns around the climate emergency, her observations of change, and the wonder of the natural environment from the minute to the grand.

Bronwyn works in charcoal, acrylic, oils, pencil, needle and thread to express her love for nature, concern for the planet, disenchantment with our society and joy in the power of the arts for transformation.

The arts have a way of connecting the dots, of having impacts in ways we might otherwise not have engaged with.

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