Private Mural Commission

Bush stone curlews, kookaburras and shorebirds grace the walls of this property in Nelson Street, Ormiston, thanks to the generous actions of the owners who wish to raise awareness of local wildlife and share this with the neighborhood.

With my faithful offsider/daughter Meg, we sprayed and painted over a few days to have these characters emerge.

Bush stone Curlews are one of my favourite birds…
so much personality!
the team
shore birds flee down the fence wall
and take flight

Gladstone Art Gallery and Museum hosts Australien Future – tales of migration

Friday night 12th April – 25th May 2019

Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum, Cnr Goondoon and Bramston Str, Gladstone

Monday – Sat 10 am – 5 pm

The gallery has acquired the work ‘First Home Gladstone’ for their collection and it’s very fitting it remain with the gallery as it depicts the house my dad’s family settled in on arrival from the Netherlands in 1955. The house no longer exists but it remains a part of the history of Gladstone. My family gifted the gallery with a copy of my Grandfathers film which documented the whole journey from Rotterdam to Gladstone and from which many of the paintings in this exhibition were based on.

Australien Future opening night!

Thanks to all of the 200 people who attended opening night at Redland Art Gallery… it was very lovely to share that with you. The Shore Birds exhibition also looked wonderful  and it is a lovely accompaniment as we discuss the vulnerability of our migrating shorebirds as well as our shared migration stories.

Thanks to Louise Martin-Chew for opening with Professor Richard Fuller, School of Biological Sciences, University of Queensland.

Please click link to read Louise’s speech

https://louisemartinchew.com/deb-mosterts-convergence-of-birds-and-people/

Exhibition runs until 20th January 2019

closed Monday 24 December 2018 – Tuesday 1 January 2019

Gallery hours Mon – Fri 9 am – 4 pm  Sundays 9am – 2 pm  closed Saturdays

Public Art, Ipswich

‘Cross Cut Kookaburras’ was painted over the weekend of the 7th-9th September as part of the Ipswich Fused Festival. With the support of the festival organisers and Ipswich City Council we have added the presence of a couple of large kookaburras into the River Heart parklands adjacent to the Bremer River.  Thanks to Kate Roberts and Meg Sweeney.