By Ashleigh Fielding | posted on April 21, 2018
ARTISTIC expressions of land and sea emerge in Petrichor Gallery’s latest exhibition at its Walpole home base.
Waterline is a combined effort between local artist and curator Elizabeth Edmonds and Mandurah-based Stephen Draper, and focuses on both the imaginary and real-life line representing where water meets land, and above and below water.
Ms Edmonds created the paintings and Mr Draper produced the sculptures.
Ms Edmonds said Mr Draper’s sculptures were made from upcycled teak, as this material is lightweight, strong and easy to sculpt.
“His work is just superb,” she said.
“His art has a beautiful, light feel and uses light colour wash, similar to the beach.
“He’s been so generous supporting art in our region and his work has been very well received by the locals.”
Ms Edmonds said her contributions to the exhibition were designed to complement Mr Draper’s, and also feature soft, beachy tones.
“We’ve had overwhelming feedback from visitors,” she said.
“It’s just been a really great experience.”
Waterline will be available for viewing every day until April 29 from 10am
to 4pm at Petrichor Gallery, located on Nockolds Street in Walpole.
All works are for sale.