Depictions of the Australian landscape hit Nambucca gallery

Most of Audrey’s paintings are inspired by her travels around Australia.

AUDREY Williams’ love of the Australian landscape will be on display as she exhibits her body of work, ‘Memories’, as the Nambucca Valley Art Council’s Feature Artist for October and November.

In 2003 Audrey bought herself a campervan and took off into the wide blue yonder; most of her paintings are inspired by her travels around Australia.

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Her paintings are of the bush, massive eucalypts, sunrises, sunsets and pounding seas.

Audrey has been painting for many years.

Having tried watercolour and finding it was not for her, she settled on pastel and found inspiration from her classes with Betty Colbran.

Audrey finds pastels give her good colour, and colour is what she is interested in.

She finds different colours bring out different moods.

“In more recent years Audrey has been attending the Nambucca Valley Arts Council classes with David Southgate.

“It’s not that Audrey needs classes any more, as she has become a very accomplished artist, but she enjoys the company of other artists, their friendliness, acceptance and support of each other and, of course David, her teacher, is always there to give inspiration,” said Celia Ramsay, Nambucca Valley Arts Council.

Audrey’s work will be on display until Saturday December 2.

The Gallery is located between the post office and library on Ridge Street, Nambucca and is open Mondays to Fridays from 10.00am to 3.00 pm and 9.30 am to midday on Saturdays.

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