Rockingham art sale to aid Lifeline WA


Lyn Hay, Naomi Greaves and Sharon Young. Picture: Jon Hewson www.communitypix.com.au d474350
Lyn Hay, Naomi Greaves and Sharon Young. Picture: Jon Hewson www.communitypix.com.au d474350

MORE than 50 artists from WA and interstate have donated artwork to be exhibited and sold in Rockingham, with funds raised going to Lifeline WA.

Safety Bay resident Naomi Greaves said more than 50 pieces were up for sale and she was still accepting donations.

“The show will feature artworks of all mediums, styles and genres and we are hoping to capture the interest of Rockingham’s art loving community in support of Lifeline WA,” she said.

“My family have organised the annual Ladies lunch for Lifeline and Leg it for Lifeline charity events in Rockingham over the past five years.

“As a community we have raised $100,000 for Lifeline.

“This year we are adding another fundraising event.

“The Heartlines for Lifeline event is a one day art exhibition and silent auction.”

For more information email naomi@creationsbynaomi.com.

WHAT: Heartlines for Lifeline
WHEN: October 22
WHERE: Rockingham Arts Centre

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