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Thu, 28 Mar


Gawler Community Gallery

A Collaboration by Three Local Artists

This is a stunning exhibition by three local artists. Sharyn Sinclair, Wendy Weatherley and Rhonda Fowles. Featuring Acrylics, mixed media and mosaics.

A Collaboration by Three Local Artists
A Collaboration by Three Local Artists

Time & Location

28 Mar 2024, 10:00 am – 21 Apr 2024, 1:00 pm

Gawler Community Gallery, 2 Lyndoch Rd, Gawler SA 5118, Australia

About The Event

Sharyn Sinclair is a dedicated member of the Gawler Art Society, currently serving as its President. With a background entirely rooted in self-teaching, she specializes in portraying animals and flowers, often working on expansive canvases. Sharyn's preferred artistic mediums are acrylic and charcoal.

Wendy Weatherley, a dedicated local Gawler Mosaic Artist, passionately shares her love for mosaic art through teaching workshops from her home studio. With enthusiasm and devotion, Wendy finds immense joy in her craft, cherishing every moment spent creating intricate mosaic pieces. Her commitment to sustainability shines through her preference for using recycled products in her artwork, embodying her dedication to environmental consciousness.

As an active participant in the community, Wendy maintains a regular market stall at the Gawler Makers Market, where she not only showcases her creations but also relishes the opportunity to connect with like-minded individuals and network for her workshops. Through her artistic endeavors and community involvement, Wendy continues to inspire others while nurturing her own creative spirit.

Rhonda Fowles, a prolific artist based in Lewiston, finds herself deeply engrossed in the captivating world of acrylic pouring techniques. Entranced by the element of surprise inherent in the drying and development of the paint, Rhonda revels in the unpredictable nature of the finished product.

With an unwavering passion for animals and a discerning artistic eye, Rhonda's creative journey is fueled by her dedication to capturing the essence of her subjects. A growing homemade studio serves as the backdrop for her artistic endeavors, providing the space and inspiration needed to bring her visions to life.

Despite a deviation from painting during her 25-year tenure working closely with Andalusian horses, Rhonda's intrinsic connection to art never waned. It was a pivotal conversation with her cousin that reignited her love for painting, prompting her to once again wield the brush and unleash her artistic expression upon the canvas.

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