Superb centre comprises the Performing Arts Theatre Auditorium, the Performing Arts Teaching Area, the Kalamunda Agricultural Hall and Lesser Hall
Perth Hills Visitor Centre, Zig Zag Gallery, Seminar Rooms and Cafe facilities are all located in this cultural precinct. Find out more here
The City of Kalamunda is a film friendly location keen to offer their support to the professional film and television industry. Find out more information on locations and filming in our City here.
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06 June 2020 : 6:30 PM
- 21 June 2020 : 4:00 PM
An exhibition of works celebrating everyday life by artists Zena Axon, Jill Butler, Eve Felton, Rhonda Hickey, Sue Curry, Dawn Vermullan & Sue Jolly.
Exhibition Dates: 6 - 21 June 2020Exhibition Opening evening is scheduled for Saturday, 6 June 2020 6.00pm.Please register your attendance via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rhonda Hickey: Watercolours has been Rhonda Hickey's passion for over 10 years. Inspired by natural beauty she loves the sense of movement leading her to look at our local environment often choosing beaches, birds and flowers as her inspiration. Rhonda is now trying pastels as a new medium for some of her works which has led her doing larger pieces to capture our local environment. Rhonda is a member of the Watercolour Society of WA / Wanneroo Joondalup Art Society/ West Australian Art Society and the Pastel Society of WA. Find more about Rhonda and her works from her website - www.rhondahickeyart.com.
Zena Axon: Drawn to art early in life from her artistic mother, Zena challenges herself continuously to learn new mediums and techniques. This local artist prides herself on her diversity in art skills and knowledge. Zena often paints landscapes with a strong connection to Australian Flora and Fauna. Whilst her works often include abstract resin, mosaics and ceramic sculptures her favourite medium of choice is acrylics.
Evelyn Feltoe: Watching her accomplished father for many years, has helped inspire Evelyn to embark on a relatively new self-taught art journey. Having previously dabbled in pencil portraits, she started painting with arcylics around 5 years ago primarily in realism and impressionistic styles. Evelyn's works utilises bold and bright colours focused mainly on nature. She recently exhibited her works as the Joodnalup City Exhibition as has some of works on permanent display at Stone Hair Art located in Swan Valley.
Dawn Vermeulen: Having always enjoyed drawing, Dawn commenced her art journey over 15 years ago focusing on watercolour painting. She attended art classes for a number of years and is now enjoying developing her own style. Dawn's work has a variety of subjects from landscapes to portraits, floral to figurative. She has exhibited in several local exhibitions at Joondalup Art Gallery, Joondalup Community Art exhibitions and Wanneroo Community exhibitions. She is currently coordinating the social painting group 'Let's Get Arty' based in Joondalup. Dawn hopes to explore and develop more abstract works as her next challenge.
Jill Butler: Being self-taught Jill's love, passion and knowledge for drawing has been further developed by attending several local artist workshops. Having always loved drawing, she enjoys working in different mediums including pencil, watercolours, acrylic and pastels. Jill's inspiration for her works come from her love of native flora and fauna and the amazing Western Australian coastline and landscapes. She has previously has exhibited at City of Joondalup Community Art Exhibition, City of Wanneroo Art Exhibition and is part of a collective at the Joondalup Art Gallery.
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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