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Urban development focus of art exhibition

By Claire Ottaviano MICHELLE Campbell is making her solo exhibition debut with Urban, a commentary on the impacts of urban sprawl and subdivisions on communities. On display at Mundaring Arts Centre from June 5 to August 1, Campbell’s contemporary paintings ...

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Art award funding gets the chop

By Claire Ottaviano THE Shire of Mundaring will pull the plug on its annual funding of the long-standing Robert Juniper Award for the Arts after Council supported scrapping a funding agreement with the award’s Trustees. At Tuesday night’s Council meeting, ...

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Never too late to start afresh

By Melissa Sheil MT HELENA artist Helen Lock is proving to the world it’s never too late to get started on your dreams. At 70-years-old, Ms Lock will be opening her first exhibition at the Zig Zag Gallery comprising of ...

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Painting for Milli Lucas

By Melissa Sheil ARTIST Joanne Colely is saddling up for her unicorn painting fundraising event in honour of the late Milli Lucas in Wattle Grove next weekend. Milli first entered Australia’s hearts in 2016 through her battle with a vicious ...

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Open studios charmer

By Claire Ottaviano NESTLED amongst private gardens on one of the Perth Hills oldest properties you will find Louise Thorpe’s studio, open for visitors during the Mundaring Hills Open Studios event next weekend. While the gardens around the 1881 original ...

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Labyrinth a maze of perspectives

By Melissa Sheil ANDREA Vinkovic may be credited with making the Labyrinth sculpture at this year’s Sculpture by the Sea, but the artist says the work was very much a joint collaboration between fellow ceramicists and sculptors. Twenty-seven helpers from ...

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