Open Every Sunday in November 10am - 4pm
Once again the studio will be open every Sunday in November.
The first Sunday is 6th November, the gates will roll open at 10am
This year I will be showcasing my
'Nalbarra Nuances' Series.
or the A to Z of 'Nalbarra Station' as I have named each piece from A to Z just to keep it interesting...
Nalbarra Station is just South of Mt Magnet in the Western Australian Murchison region.
The collection of works include beautiful wildflower landscapes, dreamy lakes, drying to 'Chocolate' parched clay red earth, birds, and station buildings.
My visit to Nalbarra Station in 2015 has inspired many of my artworks in the past seven years and it deserves to be highlighted as a must visit destination in outback Western Australia.
In the wildflower season it comes alive.
You turn left at the letterbox 60km south of Mt Magnet.
You are greeted by Emus and their chicks on the long driveway in to the Homestead and shearers quarters where you can stay and even book in a meal and wake up to the mass paddocks of pink Calandrinia that greet the morning sun.
Take a picnic with you to enjoy wherever you fancy.
The colours go on and on, pinks of the Calandrinia, yellows of the Masked Goodenia and creams, pinks, yellows and whites of the everlastings, yellows of the wattles and purples of the Mulla Mulla and so much more.
The wildlife is just waiting for you to discover from Racehorse goannas to the many migrating birds and the farm animals too, chickens, peacocks, goats and sheep.
All of a sudden I had set myself a challenge for this years’ Open Studio… so I went to work on the other 23 pieces to bring it all together.
The A-Z of Nalbarra Station
BTW if you have your pilots license you could always use their landing strip!
I hope to see you on one of the four Sundays this November 10am - 4pm to enjoy a stroll through our amazing West Australian back yard, and ours too!