Art in com­fort­able sur­rounds of home

Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - Opinion -

ASH­LEIGH Per­alla, who has a stu­dio in As­cot, is among more than 30 artists who will con­verge on eight South Fre­man­tle homes for the an­nual Artist Open House Fre­man­tle.

Names like Olivia Samec, Alessandra Rossi, Britt Dun­bar, Les­ley Munro and Dale Frances will join artists from all over WA and Aus­tralia for the event, em­brac­ing the chance to show their work in a more re­laxed and in­for­mal set- ting than an ex­hi­bi­tion space.

Artist Open House Fre­man­tle di­rec­tor Cathrina Read said the show would be di­verse, with styles and prices to suit ev­ery­one.

“Artist Open House Fre­man­tle gives ev­ery­one a chance to look at art in a com­fort­able and rel­e­vant con­text, while tak­ing a sneak peek into some beau­ti­ful pri­vate homes,” she said.

A new as­pect to this year’s event is the ‘stylised home’.

“We will fur­nish and style one house en­tirely, so every­thing in the house, in­clud­ing the art, will be for sale,” Read said.

All homes tak­ing part in the event are within walk­ing dis­tance of each other.

The Artist Open House Fre­man­tle is on Novem­ber 13-15.

Visit www.artistopen house­fre­man­ for more in­for­ma­tion and ad­dresses.

Pic­ture: Jon Hew­son­mu­ni­ d444901

Olivia Samec, Fiona Cham­ber­lain, Cathrina Read, Leonie Mans­bridge and Deb­bie Walk­erTrem­lett.

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