Artwork dazzled and tales of creativity enthralled the crowd at the Galiya Mabudyan “All is Good” annual art exhibition.
The art show, presented by Germanus Kent House, showcases creativity of residents and offers an opportunity to celebrate with a morning tea, a raffle, music, silent auction, and of course, art-inspired cake on October 27.
GKH event organiser Lisa Thorpe said about 40 pieces of art were on display with about 30 residents gathering for the event in the house’s multi-purpose room.
“It’s been months in the making with the activities team working closely with our residents,” she said.
“It was a great turnout on the Friday for the Germanus Kent Art Show.
“The day consisted of many different types of artwork, from the traditional canvas and paintings to jewellery making, our metal art birds, string art and everything in between.
“It was also the first time we had asked the local businesses for donations for a fundraising silent auction and raffle, for which we are very thankful.
“We are hoping that this can be a biannual event, as the response from the public was fantastic.”
Ms Thorpe thanked all residents, visitors, staff, volunteers and local businesses for attending and supporting the event.
Germanus Kent House residents and staff gather at the main auction and raffle.
Some of the artwork. Photo available at westpix.com.au
A group of Germanus Kent residents' artwork at the auction in Broome.