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2. YALLINGUP GALLERIES
Milos Englebeth | Indianka – POA
Artist | Milos Englebeth paints hyper-realist images
that captivate his audience using an almost-perfect
Artwork | Milos uses elements of mystery from the
dream world and Indian culture to create his unique
paintings, as seen here in the stunning work Indianka.
Details | Oil on board, 160x110cm
Exhibition | Summer Exhibition, until January 30
Corner Caves Road and Gunyulgup Valley Drive,
Yallingup (08) 9755 2372, yallingupgalleries.com.au.
3. PAYET GALLERY
Francois and Nicholas Payet | Ring and
earrings – $1500 and $630
Artists | Brothers Francois and Nicholas established
Payet Gallery as a purpose-built workshop and
gallery to showcase their unique designs. The Payets’
exquisite jewellery features combinations of silver,
rose, white and yellow gold as well as luscious pearls
and precious gems, and demonstrates their attention
to detail and quality craftmanship.
Artwork | Francois and Nicholas have used a variety
of materials and techniques to create their latest
designs. Beautiful and unique, the 2012 jewellery
collection includes rings, pendants, bracelets and
earrings, and reflects the brothers’ love of colour,
texture and natural organic shapes.
Details | 9ct white gold with blue topaz, various sizes
Exhibition | New 2012 Collection
611 Boodjidup Road, Margaret River (08) 9757 6885,
4. JAHROC GALLERY
Larry Mitchell | Sandy Island – $45,000
Artist | Self-taught artist Larry Mitchell is known for his
master y of painting the crystal-clear waters and island
outcrops of Western Australia’s northern coastline.
He is passionate about capturing the actuality of
these islands, recording them as part of his 1 Degree
Centigrade Project, because they are under threat by
global warming and cultural globalisation.
Artwork | Sandy Island features the limestone outcrops
near the Montebello islands off the Pilbara coast.
Larr y’s fine style is depicted in the clarity of the shallow
water and the grains of sand that sparkle through it.
The composition draws you in, making it a captivating
painting to ponder the beauty of the natural world.
Details | Oil on canvas, 360x90cm
Exhibition | Ongoing
83 Bussell Highway, Margaret River (08) 9758 7200,
5. GUNYULGUP GALLERIES
David Hay | Boundaries – $4800
Artist | David Hay is a highly respected glass artist
and has been a finalist of the prestigious Australian
Tom Malone prize many times.
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