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Gay’s s work can be seen at the Courthouse Gallery, Busselton or at her home studio by appointment.. Open 10-4pm. Sat 12-6pm. Closed Wednesdays during MRROS.
- Open Days/times:10-4pm Sun, Mon,Tues., Thurs. 12-6pm Sat. Closed Wednesdays
- Galleries:Drawing,Painting,Print Making,Artist Studio
- Open Days:Tuesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays,Monday
- Wheelchair Access:No wheelchair access
Gay Scaddan is an award winning artist who paints in oils, acrylics, pastels and gouache. Tree and forestscapes are a passion and an important part of her work.
Experimenting is also a part of her art practice. Semi-abstract, textures and collagraphs continue to excite. Her work could best be described as Impressionistic Realism.
One of the few art galleries in WA where you can actually see the artist at work. 90% of the work featured is the work of Jenny Taylor.
- Galleries:Craft,Painting,Art Gallery
- Open Days/times:Wednesday - Monday 9.30am-4.30pm
- Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Monday
Jenny is a dedicated full time artist with her own studio/gallery in Abbey Beach Resort, situated in Busselton on the beautiful South West coast. She has become a highly acclaimed internationally artist. Her works span the globe, including USA, Canada, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, South Africa, Netherlands, Switzerland, Sweden, France, Belgium, Japan, Hungary, Germany, Scotland, Ireland, England, Wales and the latest being Namibia!!!
Many of Jenny's original works are re-created into usable art forms. Her current range of products range includes Placemats, Coasters, Cards, Bookmarks, Stubby Holders, Tea Towels and Fridge Magnets and the ranges continue to grow. Jenny also hand paints glassware and scatter cushion covers.
This exhibition surveys a long career and love of painting of a unique Western Australian artist.
- Open Days/times:Open daily, 10am - 4pm
- Represented Artists:Philip Berry
- Galleries:Painting,Art Gallery
- Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday
Berry hopes this exhibition will "encourage a new generation of art lovers". Over the decades Berry has been awarded numerous prizes, and was an artist in residence at many of Perth's well know studios in the 1980s and 90s. Many locals will have seen Philip at work in our forests and by the ocean. The highly evocative local scenes were captured ‘en plein air’ or in the field. His highly textured works allow the viewers to almost feel the atmosphere that Philip is seeing. This retrospective exhibition covers works from 1981 through until this year and has been borrowed from many collectors both locally and across Australia. However, there are still some beautiful works available for purchase.
Visit this "National Trust home of Australia" for a beautiful glimpse into yesteryear.
- Museums:Local History
- Open Days/times:Thu - Mon 10AM - 4PM
- Open Days:Monday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday
Featuring a restored earlier House (1838), which was later converted to a dairy and kitchen and, also, a magnificently restored homestead (1859).
Wonnerup House is easy to find: From Busselton, travel east along Peel Tce as this turns into Layman Rd. Travelling south from Perth, look for the alternative scenic route travel through the Tuart Forest and Wonnerup House is on Layman Rd. Plenty of parking for cars, buses and caravans.