WATERLINE
31st March - 29th April 2018

Stephen Draper | Elizabeth Edmonds

Stephen and Elizabeth combine their artistry
to take us on a journey along our wonderful coastline.
Stephen designs and creates sculptural pieces working
in various media, primarily teak, capturing the flow and
movement, the depths and shadows of sea life . . .
above and below the waterline.
Elizabeth is a visual artist who's love of the natural
environment is expressed through pencil, ink, acrylic
and watercolour.

Thalassic | Bronwen Newbury
3rd - 25th March 2018

Bronwen Newbury

thalassic | adjective | (thuh-las-ik) | of or relating to the sea

In this exhibition Bronwen Newbury explores the imagery and inspiration of the seas and ocean that form such an integral
part of life on the south coast.


littleBIG Art Prize 2018

The 2018 littleBIG Art Prize was a resounding success.

Entries for the 2019 littleBIG Art Prize will
open in October 2018.
PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS
PENNY LEECH | A RETROSPECTIVE
30th June - 29th July 2018

We are absolutely privileged to present a
retrospective exhibition of works by the late Penny Leech.
Penny was one of Western Australia's foremost
botanical artists producing detailed watercolour
paintings of the flora of the South West as well as
objects found in the bush and on the seashore.
The exhibition will include many original works and
limited edition prints.
2018
2017
2016
FLOAT | Tania Porter
11th September - 14th October 2018

FLOAT is Tania Porter's first solo exhibition. Tania
makes small, precious, one-off and limited-edition
studio glass that has a personal narrative. Knowing
from the start that her exhibition would be inpsired
by the ocean, Tania has spent many hours in her studio
conveying ideas into decorative and functionaly works
in glass. Drawings of microscopic organisms by Ernst
Haekel and photographs of coral reefs are her
biggest inspirations.
Beneath the Bark |
Clive and Jenny Kendrick
11th September - 14th October 2018

Beneath the Bark is a culmination of work created by husband and wife team Clive and Jenny Kendrick. A range of turned pieces: platters, hollow forms, spheres, boxes, lamps and graphic styled artwork all come together in celebration of both beautiful timber and the inspirational forest environment surrounding the artists' home in Walpole WA.