Perth’s enthusiastic aesthetes have been out in force over the last few days, with two charming exhibitions of paintings opening in Claremont and Mosman Park.
The vibrant and evocative works of Ingrid Windram and Bronwen Newbury have added to an impressive choice of exhibitions currently showing in private galleries across the city.
Ingrid’s works from the Kimberley are currently on show at the Murano & Gullotti Pop Gallery in the Claremont Quarter (outside David Jones), while Brownen’s colourful and distinctive paintings can be viewed at Gallows Gallery in Glyde Street, Mosman Park.
Both events enjoyed good crowds on opening night and already a number of works have sold. The Starfish’s roaming camera was at large at both and captured some shots of patrons and paintings.
The Windram exhibition runs until 18 April, while Bronwen Newbury’s works will be at Gallows until 14 April.
Bronwen Newbury at Gallows Gallery
Ingrid Windram, A Taste of the Kimberley, Murano & Guillotti Pop Up Gallery
We also say goodbye to Cottesloe’s Sculptures by the Sea until next year. The Starfish caught these two waggish little men of steel reaching for a dangling toy sky during the event.