Open Studios Prize Draw!
Enter here to support Open Studios, the Arts Community, and win fabulous prizes!
Open Studios Sunshine Coast (OSSC) would not exist without the incredible support from the Sunshine Coast Council, the Regional Arts Development Fund, and our wonderful sponsors. In addition a select group of popular businesses across the Sunshine Coast have generously donated a fabulous collection of prizes for you to have the chance to win!
Tickets are just $5 each, and you can be in the draw to win any of the prizes below just by entering online here!
Family Portrait Package
A Lifestyle Family Portrait Package with Vivid Photography valued at $1500
With over 25 years of experience, Catherine Muldoon is one of Queensland's most experienced and sought after portrait photographers. Located amongst the stunning scenery of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland on the outskirts of Maleny, Vivid Photography offer natural and emotive Lifestyle Family Portraiture.
The package includes a Lifestyle Family Portrait Session with Vivid Photography and One 20”x30” Framed Art Print of your choice.
Gary Myer's Stunning Painting
Stunning Acrylic on Canvas - valued at $2800
Gary Myers is a highly collectible artist achieving a respected position in the art community based on a career spanning the last 50 years.
Gary’s art is immediately identifiable, with a deep connection to the landscape and a passion for the history of Australia. His unique style abandons the traditional norms of landscape painting.
Check Gary's work out during Open Studios 2021 as part of the Maleny Art Trail (see guide).
Fabulous French Champagne Class For Two
The Champagne Class - Valued at $1000
Enjoy a private, guided tasting of Champagne and insights into the fascinating history and characters that shaped the world’s most famous wine. This masterclass for two people includes Champagne and canapes, presented by Rebecca Grisman of The Champagne Class.
Mercedes Benz For A Weekend Package
Valued at $500
Enjoy a weekend away with a set of new wheels? Mercedes Benz SC has donated the use of a premium vehicle for two nights to explore the Sunshine Coast. *Terms & Conditions apply.
Glasshouse Mountains Fine Art Canvas Print
60 Inch Fine Art Canvas Print "One Tree Hill" by Richard Muldoon - valued at $2500
Richard Muldoon is a highly awarded artist living and working in Maleny Queensland. Primarily working in the medium of oil on linen, Richard is also a professional photographer, winning the 2015 AIPP (Australian Institute of Professional Photography) Queensland Photographer of the Year with his landscape work. Richard’s work is held in both state and private collections, and he has won many prizes for his work.
Dinner For 2 at Market Bistro - Sunshine Coast's Best Dining Experience
The Quintessential European Dining Experience - Valued at $150
Market Bistro and Market Wine Store is a quintessential European Style Bistro, owned and operated by hospitality veterans Tony Kelly, Luke Stringer & Peter Marchant.
2 Nights at Spicers Tamarind Retreat
Rainforest fringed luxury, and a welcoming sanctuary of calm and elegance
Enjoy 2 nights of luxury accommodation and award winning dining at The Tamarind surrounded by the stunning backdrop of the Sunshine Coast hinterland.
- 2 nights of luxury accommodation
- Daily à la carte breakfast
- 60 minutes in the hydro pool
- Prosecco on arrival
Taste of the Hinterland Tour Cheese Chocolate Beer & Wine
Two half day Taste of the Hinterland Foodie tour tickets, valued at $180
The mountains of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland have become a popular foodie destination with lots of interesting and unique foodie hot spots to visit. Explore the colourful towns of Maleny and Montville on a guided tour, where you meet the makers of unique gourmet delights and share the dreams of inspired locals.
Donated by Mystic Mountain Tours
Glasswork by Tina Cooper
Valued at $750
Tina’s ability to enter the realm of the subconscious, which makes her work so incredibly unique. This inherent quality ensures her own immortality is carried within each piece. Her aim is to record history through her own perspective, using hot glass, wood and iron as her mediums.