The Illawarra Association for the Visual Arts (IAVA) is setting up booths at Clifton School of Arts and will present a fabulous array of beautiful things from Friday December 6 – Sunday 8 December.
“We create and exhibit our artworks throughout the year,” says president Moira Kirkwood, ” but there are always pieces that are left behind. We want them to find good homes and are prepared to make the price right!”
There’s all sorts of works on show over the three days, from Alannah Dreise’s collagraph prints of theatrical figures, to Gill Day’s bold and vigorous landscapes.
Melissa Ritchie has just completed a solo show at Kiama. This in-demand artist is influenced by graphic art and vintage design, creating both portraits and contemporary pieces describing everyday life with a hyper-realistic style.
Julie Donnelly is a multi-award winning abstract artist. “ I love playing with light in my paintings. I paint everything from the desert to the mountains and try to capture the varying illusions that light can create.”
Arja Välimäki’s work is sold internationally. Her paintings are about the beauty of our oceans, and she recently sold many works at The Other Art Fair at Barangaroo, seen and enjoyed by thousands of Sydney-siders. She has still has one or two left for locals though, so get in quick!
The artists would love to see you throughout the weekend and will be available to discuss their work. Join the artists for Drinks at 2pm on Saturday. All welcome.
Clifton School of Arts
Fri 6 / Sat 7 / Sun 8 December
10pm till 4pm
Join the Artists for Drinks on Saturday at 2pm
For more images see: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/uchvmwoz654295q/AADdbcNHHkOBIt5fWhvnzLkea?dl=0