Mulgoa Art Trail

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The Mulgoa Art Trail is on again! Visitors can meet the artists in their studios and peruse the wonderful art works on display. Why not make a day of it with lunch or afternoon tea at a local café or take a walk to the Rock Lookout or Riley’s Mountain?

The four artists taking part are:

Malle Morley’s (350 Fairlight Road) art practice covers a wide range of subject matters and approaches to her main underlying theme of “empathy”. She paints abstracts as well as figurative works, and clearly has a love of drawing, expressing her attachment to the theme. www.mallemorley.com

Di Watson (74 Fairlight Road) specialises in landscapes, weddings and portrait photography. Wander through Di’s rustic, country studio. All visitors will receive a gift voucher for a family portrait session. Browse her artwork and help contribute to the farmers in drought by purchasing a “Buy A Bale” calendar which features Di’s beautiful photography. www.diwatsonphotography.com.au

Shirley Peters (185 Park River Close) paints Le Tour de France cyclists and Australian landscapes. She appeared on SBS TV’s news in July when the film crew visited her studio. Shirley’s current project is creating a series of Learn to Paint videos for YouTube. www.shirleypeters.com

John Rice (29 Fairlight Road) paints landscapes and seascapes in the traditional style in oils and principally from life.

Whether it is a majestic gum on an inland river, the atmospheric Blue Mountains or the deserts of Central Australia his focus is on the light. John has been the winner of many awards over the years and his paintings are held in collections around Australia and abroad. He is an exhibiting member of the Royal Art Society of NSW. www.johnricegallery.bigcartel.com

For updates, visit the Facebook page: Mulgoa Art Trail
Sundays December 1 and December 8, 2019
Studios open: 10:00am to 4:00pm

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