ON EXHIBITION @ The Centre Beaudesert


POTTERY, PROSE & PHOTOGRAPHY: Personal and community stories

6 APRIL - 21 MAY 2021


The Centre Beaudesert,

82 Brisbane Street, Beaudesert 4285

Gallery hours: Tues-Fri 10am-4pm. closed public holidays




5540 5050 |



Scenic Rim artists share both personal and community journeys through their exhibitions Jean-Jacques Vaschalde Potter Craftsman: 40 Year Retrospective and The Black & White Braid: Roads, People, and Stories of the Scenic Rim by Ben Allmon & Carin Garland and Scenic Rim short films including Hilda by Felix Cehak.

Join the artists for their Exhibition Opening, Book Launch of Ben Allmon's The Black and White Braid and artist talks on Saturday 10 April 2021 at 10.30am. RSVP essential for COVID-safe requirements.

Jean-Jacques Vaschalde
Master Potter Craftsman: 40 Year Retrospective

This exhibition presents Jean-Jacques' personal journey as a master potter and craftsman spanning 1971 - 2010. It features the many factors in the development, making, glazing and firing of pottery in Jean-Jacques studio 'Woodhouse Pottery' situated in Tamborine, South East Queensland. 

The Black & White Braid: Roads, People, and Stories of the Scenic Rim

Ben Allmon shares personal and local stories illustrated by spectacular photographs of Scenic Rim history by Carin Garland: these stories and photographs are from a unique perspective – walking along the roads of the region and recording the stories of both people and place.

Hilda by Felix Cehak

Hilda was filmed on Tamborine Mountain and depicts a feminine friendship in the early decades of the previous century. The film is set against a backdrop of the already diminishing Australian rainforest.