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06 March 2020 : 6:30 PM
- 29 March 2020 : 4:00 PM
An exhibition featuring works by Dot Camden, Karen Frankel and Sandra Perry.
The exhibition offers a collection of works using mixed materials including acrylic, inks, paper, charcoal, paint markers and pen. Using the nature as their primary inspiration for works to explore and develop their techniques, these artists hope to convey their passion for their works and invite the audience to experience that through their paintings.
Exhibition Dates: 6 March – 29 March 2020Exhibition Opening evening is scheduled for Friday, 6 March 2020 6.30pm. Please register your attendance via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meeting once a week, these three artists have been painting together for over six years. These artists often share studio time, stories, opinions, laughter and lunch. Although they share the same passion for painting and art, and work with similar materials, each individual demonstrates their own strength and style in their works. These three individuals allow their artwork to speak for themselves, without fear, often with gentle humour that comes with fond familiarity. This exhibition is the culmination of these years together.
Gallery Opening hours: 9–4 weekdays; 10–4 weekendsView more information on the gallery here.
50 Railway Road, Kalamunda
Zig Zag Gallery located in Perth Hills Visitor Centre
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