AT the Mandjar Art Exhibition last year, Dwellingup artist Patricia Hines realised that landscapes and natural environment were the shared inspiration for the work of some of her female artist friends.
Hines came up with the idea of holding a group exhibition in Perth to show more people the work of the six artists who live in the Peel region.
Titled 360 degrees, the exhibition opens on Tuesday July 3 at the Gallows Gallery, Osborne Park.
The works include bold and colourful oil paintings by Dorothy Newland and delicate encaustics by Jennifer Sadler.
Together with Jill Fryer’s detailed drawings of nature, Beate Kratt’s photographic works, Sue Grey-Smiths sensitive landscapes on paper and Patricia Hines’ unusual ceramics, the exhibition gives an artistic 360 degree view of the WA landscape.
The gallery is at 35 Glyde Street and the exhibition runs from July 3-10.