Art show on Buller a su ess
RECENTLY the launch of a stunning exhibition from talented photographers Katie Carmichael and Sue Clemenger capturing beautiful Mt Buller was held, reeling in a large crowd of locals and tourists.
“I use my camera as a tool to explore the relentless power and rhythms in nature and its emotive qualities that take us to a place that allows us to reflect, to dream and to pause,” said Katie Carmichael, who has recently decided to pursue her creative interest in photography as a solo artist.
Sue Clemenger has been a regular visitor to Mt Buller for almost a decade, and along with her love of skiing, she has developed a love for photography.
“With my camera I like to interpret the things I see in a minimal way, simplifying and reducing the ‘noise’ in my environment,” Sue said.
“I am inspired by the detail in things that often go unnoticed or unappreciated, and find beauty in the every day.”
Until July 29, the striking exhibition will be open for the public to view.
For more information, head to www.mtbuller. com.au/Winter/events-activities/event-calendar/ exhibitions-and-displays.