The highly individual styles and mediums of three Toowoomba Region creative artists will be featured in an exhibition, Points of Departure, which will be on display at Goombungee’s Rosalie Gallery from July 26 to August 20, 2023.

The exhibition highlights artworks by painters Charlie Boyle and Peter Fitzpatrick, alongside photographer Wendy Roche.

While each artist has a distinctively different background, level of training, and experience within their respective art practice, the exhibition emphasises their common goal to produce finished artworks of substance.

Charlie Boyle is a highly qualified established artist and art tutor. He has qualifications from Glasgow School of Art and Slade School of Art London.

Charlie tutored at each of those establishments before taking a long-term engagement as Senior Lecturer in Painting at the former DDIAE, now the University of Southern Queensland.

Peter Fitzpatrick considers himself an emerging artist. He works as a colourist painter, primarily using acrylic paints.

Wendy Roche is a practising impressionist photographer. Her images of nature, often intertwined with human form, invoke the use of movement, colour and light to mesmerise, move and magnetise.

She is a mentor/assessor with the Australian Photographic Society. Wendy has taught impressionist photography workshops in Australia and New Zealand.

An Artist Talk will be held from 11.30am to 12.30pm on Saturday, July 29 at the Gallery. This is a free event and no bookings are required.

For further information, please contact the Gallery on 4696 5600 or 

For more information, please see: Exhibition | Points of Departure - Charlie Boyle, Peter Fitzpatrick and Wendy Roche

Rosalie Gallery at 89 Mocatta Street, Goombungee is open from 10.30am to 3.30pm Wednesday to Sunday and closed on Monday, Tuesday and public holidays. Entry is free.

Image: Charlie BOYLE / Toowoomba Malt house 2023 / Chinese brush, pen & ink / 42.0 x 29.7cm / © Charlie Boyle