Rotary Clubs put on massive art show

d493838 Attadale artist Pam Eddy and Rotary Club of Melville committee member James Morris. Picture: Jon Hewson
d493838 Attadale artist Pam Eddy and Rotary Club of Melville committee member James Morris. Picture: Jon Hewson

PAM Eddy has showcased her art in the Rotary Art Show and Sale for more than four decades.

The Attadale resident featured in the first exhibition in 1975 and 44 years later, she continues to do so.

The exhibition run by the Rotary clubs of Applecross and Melville will take place at Garden City Shopping Centre from Monday, June 17 until Sunday, June 23.

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“I first got involved because my father-in-law was a district governor with one of the local Rotary clubs,” Mrs Eddy said.

“I was an arts student at that time and he recommended that I put my work in because it was a good platform, which it still is.

“There is money going towards helping Rotary’s projects both locally and internationally so you know you are helping.

“This year I’ll have one water colour on canvas and three pastels in the exhibition.

“It’s a good exhibition and you always get passing traffic, there’s so many styles and subjects so there’s something for everyone.”

There will be more than 400 artworks by 150 to 200 artists available for sale.