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Opening night: 6-8 pm Friday 3 May Opening speaker: Rob Brookman

Artist talk by John Foubister: 2pm Saturday 25 May Translucent | Paintings by Margie Sheppard and glass by Llewelyn Ash In naming their exhibition Translucent, Margie Sheppard and Llewelyn Ash have identified a common bond between two distinctly different artforms. For Margie, a painter and printmaker whose practice spans three decades, and Llewelyn, a promising young glass artist, their work shares a sense of the uniquely beautiful light that is at the heart of translucence.

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Llewelyn Ash Glass by Llewelyn Ash - 6M ago

Commissioned orange frog sculpture, i didn’t want to part with this piece.

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Bungala Park


“Drawing On Country”

2018 SALA festival

Commissioned by the District Council of Yankalilla & City of Victor Harbor

The Artwork on the two BBQ areas have been designed by South Australian Artist, Llewelyn Ash, in collaboration with the participants of the “Drawing On Country” workshop. Sections from drawings and paintings by Bill Page, Carole Burrough, Janet Page, Gilbert Dashorst, Barb Pettigrew, Jennie Newman, Barb Pettigrew, Emanda Fretwell and Toni Dallow , have been included in the design,

The overall composition has been inspired by the following participating artists and their work ... Christine Stokes, Judith Sweetman, Maurene McEwen, Jillian Langford, Alice De Gruchy, Pam Owen, Christiane Merz, William Page, Robin Dunn, Janice High, Peter Fitzgerald, Wendy McFee, Corinne Harding, Irene Polias, Deb French, Jo-Anne Rowe.

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2018 marks the 20th anniversary of the establishment of the Fleurieu Biennale by David Dridan, Greg Trott and Tony Parkinson with the support of major wineries. Finalists are being shown at the Stump Hill Gallery, Fleurieu Arthouse and Signal Point Gallery. In addition there are 2 satellite exhibitions at DogRidge and Kay Brothers.

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