Anita Haywood

Figurative drawing can use memory, a distant recollection or direct stimulus of the model.
Energy from the model’s pose translates into expression on paper. The posture reverberating
into movement and stimulating free flowing lines. Lines can be whole or fragmented. Broken
lines rely more on imagination to visualise a continuity of form. This engages the
audience in the creative process.

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Annie Bowerman

I’m Annie (photographer) and my partner is Al (picture framer). Together we create beautiful images of the Margaret River region finished in handcrafted timber frames. We are a couple team that have combined our passions for the region’s stunning scenery and WA’s celebrated timbers, i.e. Jarrah, Marri, Sheoak and Karri etc, that showcases the natural beauty and essence of the South West.

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Bill Meiklejohn

A potter, a painter and a jeweller walk into a pub. “Lets all work together on the same pieces this year,” said the jeweller. “Great idea Steve!” said the painter. “I think I need a drink,” said the potter. Come see our “Shared Visions” exhibition.

Opening night 5 May 2018, 4-6pm. Live Local Music, Wine sponsored by Flor Marché

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