Pictures present diversity

Charlotte Caldwell, teacher Alison Ford, Xanthia Joannides and Alfie Green from Hillarys kindy. Picture: Emma Reeves d400155
Charlotte Caldwell, teacher Alison Ford, Xanthia Joannides and Alfie Green from Hillarys kindy. Picture: Emma Reeves d400155

Selga Esots and Gabrielle Mazalevskis will be exhibiting their art at the Bayswater gallery until May 19.

Both Ms Esots and Ms Mazalevskis have Latvian heritage and will be exhibiting in Latvia later this year with a permanent collection at the Telsi and Madora Museums.

Inglewood resident Ms Esots, who has a visual art degree, has exhibited her work nationally and internationally since 1984.

‘My inspiration comes from many sources – travel, nature and memory,’ she said. ‘Each work is a fragment of this rich tapestry of experiences.

‘My artworks in this exhibition are mainly acrylics and watercolours.’

Bayswater resident Ms Mazalevskis has been an artist for more than 30 years and said she drew inspiration from tensions created by atmospheric changes like storms, fires, clouds, distance, light and space.

Ellis House is at 116 Milne Street, Bayswater and opens Thursday-Friday 10am-4pm and Saturday-Sunday 10am-5pm.