Painter exhibits love of ocean and colours

Miranda Mitchell, whose work was selected for the WA Art Gallery’s Perspectives when she was in Year 12, is holding her first exhibition this month.
Miranda Mitchell, whose work was selected for the WA Art Gallery’s Perspectives when she was in Year 12, is holding her first exhibition this month.

Mitchell was in the final year group to graduate from Kewdale High School before it was dissolved and had her artwork selected for the WA Art Gallery’s Perspectives when she was in Year 12.

While her artwork reflects her love of the ocean, art lovers will get to view them at a former horses’ hospital in Ascot.

‘What people will enjoy with this exhibition is the vibrancy of colour and diversity of pieces,’ Mitchell said.

‘It will appeal to young guys all the way to mature women – there’s something for everyone.’

The exhibit will also feature work by two other artists – Donna Bottomley and Tamlin Dobrich, who was recently selected for the final six in the Miss Universe WA competition.

After the exhibit, Mitchell will be travelling around Australia in a camper van with her fiance and her dog, hoping to find more inspiration for her artwork.

The exhibit at 15 Epsom Avenue in Ascot will be open to the public on April 21.

For more information call Merry Robertson on |041 470 3433.