Peel Open Studios event in Dwellingup

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13 - 21 Apr 2024
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All Day

Peel Open Studios

Each year, artists open their doors to welcome thousands of visitors from across Australia into their private studio spaces for Peel Open Studios.

Immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere, as you explore the joys and wonders of the creative process during this unique opportunity to see works of art in progress and learn about the artist.ย In Dwellingup, you can visit three unique galleries and studios as part of Peel Open Studios.

For more information, exhibition opening times and details of other events, visit www.peelopenstudios.com.

 

Forest Discovery Centre

1 Acacia Road, Dwellingup WA 6213

The Forest Discovery Centre is a community driven, not-for-profit organisation nestled in the jarrah forest. It is a vibrant regional hub that nurtures the arts, natural environment and local heritage, with space for artists to create, teach, showcase and sell their artworks.

Here, you can discover works from local artists inspired by the world around them. The lineup for 2024 features an array of talented artists, including Jill Fisher showcasing mesmerising watercolours, Lorraine Bawden exhibiting captivating paintings, Will Nelson crafting intricate woodturning pieces, and Helen Henderson presenting stunning resin art.

 

Patricia Hines

59 McLarty Street, Dwellingup WA 6213

Join award-winning artist Patricia Hines in her studio as she showcases ceramics, printmaking and painting. Patricia successfully combines her skills as an artist, print maker and potter to produce beautiful mixed media artworks. She has the curiosity to explore new ideas/concepts and experiments which advances her long standing art practice to other dimensions.

 

Timeless Treasures

2 Wallace Road, Dwellingup WA 6213

Step into a studio of predominantly mixed media, inspired by gathered and found objects which create unique sculptures, collages, as well as paintings. Learn about the artists involvement in ceramics is inspired by being surrounded by the beautiful Jarrah Forest in Dwellingup.

Gayle Bukey exudes creativity that is omnipresent in every piece of work. She specialises in upcycling the most unusual objects into things of beauty, mixing ceramics, carvings, textiles and painting in her work. Her style is rustic and organic. In contrast, Sheena Melingโ€™s style in ceramics is decorative, floral and functional.

 

 

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Marinup Street
Dwellingup WA 6213

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