Explore the diverse colours and forms of nature in this exhibition through different media: painting, photography and eco printing.
Exhibition dates: 8 February – 1 March 2020. Hours: 10am to 3pm Saturdays and Sundays.
Be part of the exhibition – join the artists at the launch.
Learn more about the four exhibiting artists – Milton Moss, Craig Gaston, Kate Borradaile, Ange Westcott – and their passions for the nature of colour and colour in nature below.
Moss – Artist
Milton’s love of painting Australian landscapes and colourful world dress designs are captured in his collection of paintings.
Craig Gaston – Photographer
Living in Barkers Creek for 7 years now. Mostly I photograph my evening views while walking around my garden and through my local bush. I love light and shade, the finer details. These visual moments give me life, I feel blessed as I record this feast. The beauty of the natural world can be so easily missed … please do take those moments, the world is far better when we appreciate our environment.
Kate Borradaile – Eco Print : Kate’s love of photography, nature, colour and holistic living drew her into the world of eco-printing like a moth to a flame. It didn’t take long to be completely cocooned in the beautiful depths of this process.
The Beautiful Wasteland way: a curious sense of ‘not knowing’ and a release from the pressure of defined outcomes. Eco-printing together with photography offers meaning beyond words and continues to teach me ways to relate to the natural world.
Ange Westcott – Photographer
Born in the city, found life in the bush! Photographer, Bush Walker, Happy Wanderer.
Since moving to the central Goldfields 8 years ago, I have found myself needing to record the stunning beauty of her ever-changing canvasses! From abandoned mine shafts to rusty old jalopies, the greedy history of this area takes on a new growing beauty as nature works to reclaim her territory using algae, lichens, bacteria and of course plant life itself!