Hidden Faces: Rockingham artist goes it alone in new exhibition

Hidden Faces: Rockingham artist goes it alone in new exhibition
Hidden Faces: Rockingham artist goes it alone in new exhibition

ROCKINGHAM artist Kez Wickham St George is gearing up for an exhibition of her work.

Her first solo exhibition Hidden Faces celebrates life.

Wickham St George’s work has been displayed nationally and internationally and described recently as a “progressive interactive collection”.

“It is time to go it alone,” Wickham St George said.

“I know this particular exhibition of work is unique and unusual.

“If one of my art pieces can take you back to the mystery and magic of childhood, or can twitch a smile into place, then my job is done.”

Wickham St George is also an author and speaker.

“It’s been a busy year with two books about to be published; one a kiddie’s book, the other an adult paranormal,” she said.

“A writers retreat is being planned for mid winter.”

WHAT: Hidden Faces
WHEN: May 27 at 6pm for two weeks
WHERE: Swan Brook Winery

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