Old School House Gallery members will showcase their creativity with works depicting places they have been and things they have seen as part of an exhibition in July.
Secretary and water colour painter Christine Earthrowl said the members had been planning the exhibition for some time and were excited to see the results.
Mixed media artist Kate Bray will present some work from Norfolk Island.
“In March this year I travelled to Norfolk Island, a small speck in the Pacific Ocean where photo and painting opportunities abound at every turn,” she said.
“The rustic boats at the historic penal settlement of Kingston inspired me to create a selection of gel acrylic prints.”
Multi-media artist Cheryl Ford was inspired by Green Patch Beach in Booderee National Park, Jervis Bay, describing it as a stunning site known its clear turquoise waters, pristine white sand and natural bush.
“I loved the Teddy Bear hay bales welcoming visitors to Waroona in Western Australia and was awe-struck by the 24-passenger hot-air balloons at Pokolbin in the Hunter Valley,” Christine said.
Oil painter Kathy Delaney was inspired by a cruise from Budapest to Amsterdam in 2015.
“The little townships on the river Rhine were cute and picturesque,” she said.
“In Amsterdam I was enthralled with the bridges you could see in the distance spanning the canals of the Town.”
The exhibition runs from July 6 to 30. The official opening is from 5pm on July 8.
“This is a chance meet the artists and check out their inspirational places,” Christine said.
The Gallery will also hold its winter in the park market on July 30. There will be food, coffee, art, entertainment and lots more.
The gallery is open Thursdays to Sundays and public holidays from 9.30am to 4.30pm.