Art benefits the community
CHURCHLANDS Senior High School will be hosting a community art exhibition from May 2729.
The exhibition, run by the P&C association, will involve students and local artists displaying and selling their artwork, including paintings, photography, ceramics, tex- tiles, jewellery and 3D works.
Former student Kay Gibson and parent Penelope Odessa are the special guests and will display their latest projects at the exhibition.
Award-winning artist Gibson’s artworks were inspired by natural settings like her home in Margaret River.
Odessa’s art focuses on simplicity, and her paintings are often are of her child- hood and fairytales.
Churchlands principal Neil Hunt said the art exhibition had been running for more than 10 years and its aim was to bring the community together.
Mr Hunt said 20 per cent of the funds earned would go to the P&C.
The free-entry event starts on Friday, May 27 from 5.30pm to 7.30pm and continues until Sunday from 10am to 4pm in the Visual Arts Building.
Morning and afternoon tea will be sold.
Former Churchlands Senior High student Kay Gibson will be exhibiting her work.