Creative Arts Batemans Bay (CABBI) is delighted to announce Nina Poulton as the featured
artist in the next exhibition at the Gallery Mogo
The Exhibition opening is at 2.00pm on Tuesday the 11 August 2020 at The Gallery 2/52 Sydney Street Mogo.The exhibition will run until the 10 October 2020
The Gallery Mogo is a CABBI venture, that is open to local and regional visual art and craft
All CABBI sponsors, members and the general public are invited to join in a celebration of our local visual artists, with an exhibition that features the award winning, multi-media
artist, Nina Poulton.
Nina is a Long Beach resident, who is largely self-taught but has had a keen interest in art at an early age, but it was only in the early 80’s she sought tuition in oil painting. Her early adventures around Australia and the World gave her a love of diversity, colour and
Upon moving to Batemans Bay in 2004 she sought to expand her knowledge of other
mediums by attending numerous workshops and groups which she continues to do to this
Nina is accomplished across several mediums, expressing traditionalism and realism while
incorporating abstraction, impression and contemporary aspects in her works.
She is also active in the South Coast Art Community, being a member of CABBI, the South
Coast Pastel Society and the Queanbeyan Art Society (QAS), while holding several group and solo exhibitions locally and in Canberra. This involvement has extended to teaching beginners, particularly in relation to disability and children’s programmes.
In 2017 Nina was selected as one of four feature artists in the Canberra City Walk Charity
exhibition, as well as feature artist at the Queanbeyan Art Society and the Batemans Bay
Nina has exhibited extensively from Queanbeyan, Radford College, Goulburn, Nowra and
Kiama, as well as being the featured artist for 12 months at the Lincoln Downs & Briars
Restaurant Resort Batemans Bay.
She is a regular participant in the River of Art Festival programme and has been shortlisted and as a finalist in the South Coast Pastel Society National Open exhibitions for 3 years.
Nina has received numerous awards for her works, with first prizes for Tribute to Friends, a
mixed media and Summer Greens, a watercolour (QAS).