Home is the inspiration behind an exhibition by Ability Arts Mandurah

Artists Jodie-Marie Rota, Bradley Watson, Hayley Bracknell, Darren Buckland and (front) Josh Barton and Michael Tillbrook.
Artists Jodie-Marie Rota, Bradley Watson, Hayley Bracknell, Darren Buckland and (front) Josh Barton and Michael Tillbrook.

THE Stretch Festival invited festival-goers to share what the theme of Home means to them.

Artists from Ability Arts are exhibiting work at Falcon Library based on the theme as seen through their eyes.

Ability Arts is a Mandurah-based program for people living with a disability who explore their creativity through the arts, craft, pottery, music, yoga and drama.

Key artworks on display include a large-scale mosaic Living by the Sea, inspired by the local environment and wildlife, The Colours of Mandurah, a collaborative painting using the colours of west coast sunsets.

Also on show is Meeting Places of the Heart, collages of colourful hearts, and old photographs of Mandurah.

All the artwork is available to buy with proceeds to the Ability Arts Program to support the cost of materials, workshops and special activities.

The exhibition will run until October 26.