Join us for an evening of art, stories and discussion with some of our favourite established and emerging WA artists.
24th of August 2021 at Arts Edge Photo & Frame
About this event
Join us for an evening of art, stories and discussion with some of our favourite established and emerging WA artists. Find out what makes them tick and learn about their unique approaches to art making. There is sure to be something to delight everyone in this mix of different styles!
Enjoy refreshments as you wander the gallery. Original artworks and prints available for sale on the night, as well as a door prize raffle!
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Jacinda's works are a pensieve and atmospheric exploration of light and landscape. Her pieces are built up from thin washes of colour to more opaque layers. Jacinda describes herself as an emotive colourist, producing work that creates escapism not just for herself, but also for the viewer.
With a background in animation and script writing, Peter enjoys incorporating his passion for storytelling into his artwork. Peter is inspired to recreate already picturesque environments into stylized trendy artwork, paying particular attention to the vivid palette of the landscape, but at the same time entertaining the onlooker through the tales of the characters.
After a successful career in design, Sarah was able to return to her long-time love of art making. Her bright and bold paintings are inspired by her interests and passions - architecture, design, travel, and nature. Sarah's recent work explores the ephemeral nature of light, capturing the beauty of the mundane.
Iconic Australian Artist Anya Brock is best known for her spirited and bold use of colour and strokes, exploring the connection between amplification and emotional mark making, creating a distinctive visual language in all her work.
Kiera’s artwork is primarily aerosol and acrylic with one unique twist.. It glows in the dark! Based in Jurien Bay, Kiera's mixed media paintings celebrate marine life of all kinds.
Joanne Nangala is an Aboriginal artist currently practicing in Paraburdoo. She learned to paint from her mother, renowned Aboriginal artist Pansy Napangardi. Her artworks depict dreamings learned from her mother, using colours that represent the bush as Joanne remembers it from her travels.