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Arts Lounge Exhibition - October 2019 to January 2020Free

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From November to January, Wyreena’s Arts Lounge will feature the art of Alecia Cornwell, Jodie Kimpton and Gillian Nix.

Join us in the Arts Lounge at Wyreena Community Arts Centre to enjoy this exhibition by some of our local artists.

Alicia Cornwell

Alicia Cornwell is a local artist specialising in oil painting - particularly contemporary realism. Her work demonstrates a love of vintage and florals with an eye for detail and an appreciation for the depth of glazes. Alicia paints items that catch her eye, incorporating the beauty of both natural and man-made design. She incorporates things of old which are offset by the colour and light of nature from her mountain garden. Nothing makes Alicia happier than exploring the colours of a flower with her paint brush and matching her antique and vintage collections together.

Tumbling Native Bouquet, Alicia Cornwell

Tumbling Native Bouquet, Alicia Cornwell

Jodie Kimpton

Jodie Kimpton is a local artisan, wildlife and watercolour artist and graphic designer. Her paintings, prints and handmade jewellery are inspired by her travel and her overseas adventures and the people she meets. Jodie’s work also communicates the importance of caring for yourself and others along with an appreciation for the natural environment.  Her creative influences include English textile design, botanical works and Indian design.

Liliums, Jodie Kimpton

Liliums, Jodie Kimpton

Gillian Nix

Gillian Nix is a Scottish artist who now lives in Croydon with her family amongst the gum trees, kookaburras and parrots. A graduate from Edinburgh College in Fine Art she has included printmaking to her many skills. Gillian’s work is informed by her vast travels and a wide range of sources including folk art, patterns, textures, story-telling, music, cinema and books. Gillian teaches Art and is committed to sharing her love of all things creative. Gillian is drawn to lino printing, in particular, due to the hypnotic carving, rhythmical process, rich history and the importance of drawing. 

Native Study, Gillian Nix

Native Study, Gillian Nix

Date and Time

  • Tuesday, 29 October 2019 - 9.00AM to Saturday, 25 January 2020 - 3.00PM
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