MAY

DARE TO DREAM- Belinda Kranz (First Gallery)
This exhibition is a simple message for everyone to remember to keep your dreams.  Pursue what you want no matter what.  As a disabled photographer I want to positively promote those with a disability, as well as inspire those living with their own challenges.  Often I drive to locations and take photos through the car window.  As I become more incapacitated and unable to walk long distances or up and down trails for my beloved landscapes, I have begun to shoot more ‘studio’ work and learning photoshop to create art to process my feelings and also as an extra dimension to my photography.

COLOUR MY WORLD- Graham House Spinners and Weavers  (Second Gallery)
This exhibition brings a group of inspired spinners and weavers who have been meeting for over 33 years.  They all love dabbling in natural dyes, creating a spectrum of hues you can’t reproduce synthetically.   All members have their own style for spinning, weaving, knitting and other associated crafts.  This exhibition highlights their natural dying skills and the display shows the results


CONNECTIONS- Wendy Olsen  (Third Gallery)
This exhibition brings together Wendy’s passion for nature and art.  In putting together this collection, she enjoyed learning about Australian flora and fauna, including our local lost species of parrot, the Paradise Parrot and the local man who contributed much to our knowledge of this bird, Cyril Jerrard.  She was inspired to consider how we connect with our environment, both positively, in terms of being within and experiencing nature and negatively, in terms of our impact on the environment and our native species of plants and animals.  Combining different styles, techniques and media, this exhibition attempts to move the viewer – through emotion, humour and storytelling – to consider their own connection with nature and the role they can play in helping to create a more sustainable future for all living things.


Kids Korner
Wooroolin State School


Opening Night
Friday, 3 May 2019, from 6pm
$5.00 entry includes Hot & Cold Supper & Punch
Wine will be served by Crane’s Winery
Live Entertainment

 

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