ARTISTS SHINE AT AWARDS
A FULL house was treated to a spectacular visual arts display at the Wearable Art Mandurah Showcase at Mandurah Performing Arts Centre on Saturday night.
Local artists took out a swag of awards, with Bertram artist Jacq Chorlton taking the main award – Wearable Art Mandurah Artist of the Year – for Sky and Water 111 and Golden Bay’s Deb Hiller won the Metallic category with Metal Maiden.
Suzette Darcey, from Waikiki, won the creative reuse award with LacusCurtivs.
Mandurah Mayor Rhys William, who presented the main award, said the event was more than a competition, it was also about building community capacity through workshops, events and school arts projects.
Suzette Darcey, from Waikiki, won the creative use award with LacusCurtivs.