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Winter Light I & Winter Light II provide a snapshot into the creative energy of visual artists living in the northern and southern parts of the Central Goldfields Shire. While the geographic locale in which these artists live is a linking theme; so too is the radiance that emits from their art work. These exhibitions provide an opportunity to celebrate local visual arts talent over the colder and darker months of the year.
Winter Light I
Anna Ashton, Tenar Dwyer and Val Wilkinson.
Artists from Bealiba and Dunolly, Central Victoria.
Winter Light II
Rosy Hardress, Jason Luca, Belinda Michael, Fiona Somerville and Tiffany Titshall.
Artists from Majorca and Talbot, Central Victoria.
Images clockwise from top left: Tenar Dwyer, Self Contained, oil on linen; Rosy Hardress, textile lanterns; Val Wilkinson, Birds with Attitude series: Cockle Creek Currawong, mixed media – watercolour, gouache, ink; Jason Luca, Tesselations, ceramic; Fiona Somerville, Primitive Methodist Church 1870, Triptych, acrylic on canvas; Tiffany Titshall, The Guardian, charcoal and ink on primed paper; Anna Ashton, The Tripod Family, sculptural felt; Belinda Michael, Natural variation, Central Goldfields clay.