Exhibition makes a point
WA landscape artist Rowena Keall Walsh is continuing her painting journey by exploring the environment around her with her latest exhibition.
Vanishing Point showcases a series of local landscapes Keall Walsh fears are vanishing.
The paintings express both her love of the surrounding landscape and her reservations for the future of these treasures.
She hopes they will bring the viewer closer to the importance of our natural world.
View the exhibition at Cullity Gallery, UWA, Nedlands from September 10 to 26.
There will also be a family education day at Cullity Gallery on Saturday, September 19, at 2pm, where education volunteers from Kanyana Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre will showcase and talk about several Australian native animals.
Entry to the education day is $5, with bookings on 0406 539 572 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Artist Rowena Keall Walsh with Bonnie Aakermann (front) and Bella Poll and Olive Erickson.