Magali Dincher has brought her intricate prints, Annabelle Williams her signature paper-cut style and Natalie Acton her illustrations and ceramics in Habitat, Home and Haunt at the Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery.
The works are themed around the interpretation of Fremantle and the surrounding coastal plains, with each artist bringing their unique experiences of the area.
Acton said the artists had loved the idea of creating works based on Fremantle.
�Because our work is all so different we looked for a common idea that we could all relate to and create work around,� she said.
�The theme of Fremantle had great meaning for all of us and so we set out to find a space that was relevant.�
Habitat, Home and Haunt is on at the Moores Building Contemporary Art Gallery from June 6 to 14.
The public are also invited to the exhibition�s opening night on June 5 from 6pm to 8pm.
Entry is free.