At the moment I have an exhibition showing at the Walcha Gallery of Art. The gallery is beautiful and light in an interesting town on the Northern Tablelands of New South Wales. The director, Carley McLaren, hangs the work so that it shows to the best advantage.
I am showing with Anna Henderson, a painter and sculptor/potter from Guyra and Nigel Killalea who is a painter from Coffs Harbour.
Sunset. Acrylic on paper. 8cm x 24cm
Sunset 2. Acrylic on paper. 8cm x 24cm
Sunset 3. Acrylic on paper. 8cm x 24cm
Sunset 4. Acrylic on paper. 8cm x 24cm.
Through the trees. Acrylic on paper. 1. 8cm x 24cm
Through the trees 2. Acrylic on paper. 8cm x 24cm
Anna Henderson has said she has "been a full time artist for over twenty years. I am a potter, exploring raku, sawdust and saggar firing, and I paint abstract landscapes on canvas and linen, using acrylics, oil sticks, oil and charcoal.
Living in a fairly isolated part of the beautiful New England Tablelands, I appreciate every day, the changing mood, colours and energy of the landscape beyond my front fence." Anna Henderson 2011
Anna lives and works on the land near Guyra on the Northern Tablelands of New South Wales. http://www.redbubble.com/people/annahenderson
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