Sea To Art Exhibition
The annual Sea to ART Exhibition was first held in 2008 as an initiative of the Shire of Waroona in conjunction with local artists. Hosted by Waroona Visitor Centre, the exhibition is sponsored by Shire of Waroona and Alcoa Australia, and is supported by Shire staff, volunteers and the arts community. Now a major annual event on the Shire of Waroona events' calendar, 2016 marks the exhibition’s ninth year.
Held throughout November, the exhibition is an opportunity for art lovers to view and purchase from a wide range of media and styles including paintings, sculptures, pottery, fine woodwork, glass, mixed media and textiles.
Artists Jan Burne & Vida Hill
Artist Ellizabeth Dzubiel works on a garden sculpture
Sea to ART 2016
Sea to ART is open to residents of the Shire of Waroona, Yarloop and Coolup. Entry forms are available from the Waroona Visitor Centre or the Shire Administration Office on Hesse Street.
Entry forms are due in by 3pm Friday 30th September 2016
The exhibition will open to the public on Tuesday November 1st and close Wednesday November 30th
For further information please contact Tracy Goldsworthy on 9733 1506 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sea to ART 2015
Despite the rain, the opening night of the eighth annual Sea to ART Exhibition on Friday October 30th was attended by over 100 people who gathered to enjoy ﬁne art and wine at the Waroona Visitor Centre’s Gallery.
The newly elected Shire President, Noel Dew, ofﬁcially opened the exhibition and praised the wonderful work of the exhibiting artists and of the yarn bombers who transformed the Visitor Centre’s gardens and South Western Highway into a woolly wonderland.
The Exhibition and Yarn Bomb Waroona involved over 70 artists, artisans, yarn bombers and volunteers plus groups and businesses and was an inspiring collaboration between the Visitor Centre and the community.