Gallery Bodalla’s next exhibition features Annie Franklin’s beautiful paintings celebrating the marvellous nuances of colour, light, and seasonal changes in the environment.
She is joined by Bill Insch with vibrant landscapes, wildlife paintings and intriguing ceramics; and South Coast Aboriginal artist Cheryl Davison whose paintings draw on stories told to her by family about the lands of her ancestors, the Wulbunja and Ngarigo peoples. This show runs from Thursday, February 14, through to Sunday, March 24.
All are welcome to opening drinks, and to meet Annie, Bill and Cheryl on Saturday, February 16, at 3pm, with music by guitarist extraordinaire John Hoorweg.
Annie Franklin has exhibited widely both nationally and internationally and her work is held in numerous public and private collections. Bill’s close connection with, and love for the south coast landscape and wildlife, is very apparent in his work while Cheryl’s paintings are distinctly Aboriginal with a strong modern influence.
An exhibition not to be missed, Gallery Bodalla is open Thursday to Sunday 10.30am-4pm, and by appointment, heritage post office building, Princes Hwy, Bodalla www.gallerybodalla.com.au ph.0421 238 174