Reflecting on artwork
ART teachers Susan Robinson and Ann Gardiner have come together to present their exhibition Reflections at Ellenbrook Arts this month.
The duo live and breathe art and are passionate about sharing their skills with children with disabilities.
Ms Robinson’s inspiration is often found in plants, animals and landscapes, while Ms Gardiner uses repurposed canvases and finds inspiration in photographs in magazines and online, with her own unique style.
Ms Gardiner said she loved immersing herself in painting.
“What I really love about painting is that you can constantly learn new techniques, new approaches,” he said.
“You can totally immerse yourself in the process of painting from mixing the colours and applying the paint Susan Robinson and Ann Gardiner are showcasing their exhibition Reflections at Ellenbrook Arts.
to the canvas, adjusting the images as you paint. It is my form of meditation.”
The two artists have been friends for many years as well as working together and have
used the exhibition to overcome hurdles and obstacles.
All artworks range from $400 to $1250.
The exhibition will run June 29 at Ellenbrook Arts.