Artist Maki Horanai  

8 Japan – Exhibition of artworks by Japan influenced artists

Posted by on Jul 26 2016

exhibition announcement

“8 Japan” brings together a variety of artists who will be showing their Japan inspired work at this exhibition. The exhibition runs from 17 August to 25 September, with the official opening on Sunday, 21 August from 11am-4pm. All the artists are presently residing in Australia but have spent significant time developing their art in Japan. While visiting this exhibition at Hilltop on Tamborine Gallery and Cafe, a short (2 K) drive further up the mountain will take you to see us at Mountain Dreams, the home gallery of Maki Horanai, where you can see more paintings and ceramics of this awe-inspiring artist. Phone Hilltop at 07-5545-1424 and Mountain Dreams at 0424-960817-960817.

Maki’s New Exhibition in Brisbane Australia – Sept 10. 2015 to Nov 7, 2015

Posted by on Sep 04 2015

“quiet movements in space” opening event 6 pm on Thursday, 10 Sept. 2015. Visit http://rosebedgalleries.com/collections/maki-horanai for images and information. We’re looking forward to seeing you at the opening. Please join even if you haven’t used RSVP form. You can also RSVP (for catering purpose) to https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/quiet-movements-in-space-solo-exhibition-by-maki-horanai-tickets-17933648024 or by phone or text to the exhibition’s curator Maya at 0409277115.

Maki’s Exhibition-“a drop of water on a quiet mind” – last week

Posted by on Jun 29 2015

maki in chapel

At home in the chapel of Hilltop on Tamborine, Maki’s exhibition will be closing after a 3 month showing. Many visitors from Tamborine Mountain, the Gold Coast and Brisbane came to the chapel during that time and were moved by Maki’s other-worldly work in a most evocative venue.

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Mountain Dream’s Unique Christmas Tree

Posted by on Dec 09 2014

christmas tree1 Mountain Dreams has possible the most unusual Christmas Tree on Tamborine Mountain. Created by the gallery’s co-owner Hillel, this tree has been born from the influrescence which drops from the Piccabean Palm Tree, also known as the Bangalow Palm which can be seen in the rainforests of Australia, particularly in Queensland. Trimmed and covered (many times!) in protective shellac, this Christmas tree aims to display the Real Spirit of the Season: a love and respect for nature and all of nature’s creations.

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“The Persistence of Dreams” – presents the ceramics of Maki Horanai
and the paintings of Louise Grove Welchers

Posted by on Oct 08 2014

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“vestiges of a dream – waves” by Maki Horanai

Maki’s ceramic work, together with the paintings of Louise Grove Welchers, are on display at the lovely gallery and cafe, Hilltop on Tamborine, located at 1525 Tamborine Oxenford Road, Wongawallan QLD   4210.
Many people joined us for drinks on the opening day, Sunday 26 October, and the exhibition will continue through 23, November. Maki’s ceramics evoke similar feeling to her paintings – peace, calm, tranquility, and a bit of surprising funky quirkiness. Definitely worth a visit, especially as Christmas is approaching.

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“family planning” mixed media by Maki Horanai

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Maki’s Painting Exhibition, “Eden’s Grief”
At Marks and Gardner Gallery

Posted by on Jul 11 2014

by Maki Horanai

“Eden’s Grief” by Maki Horanai

Maki had her 8th solo exhibition at Marks and Gardner Gallery on Tamborine Mountain, displaying fourteen stunning new works. These paintings can be seen online at: http://www.marksandgardner.com/artists/maki_horanai_2014.html. Some of the originals are still available through either Marks and Gardner or Mountain Dreams.

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Maki’s Paintings Shown in New York City

Posted by on Apr 19 2014

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“two birds” by Maki Horanai

Through the support of Marks and Gardner Gallery on Tamborine Mountain in Queensland Australia, thousands of New Yorkers had an opportunity to see Maki’s paintings. For the second year in a row, Marks and Gardner took the work of a few select Australian artists to their booth at the New York City Art Fair. The reception to Maki’s work was warm, and many of her paintings were sold. Maki’s paIntings and ceramics are now in homes in North America, Japan, Singapore, Europe and throughout Australia.

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