Kandos Art Group

Colour and creativity at group’s art exhibition

David Wallace was inspired by Henry Lawson’s famous story ‘The Loaded Dog’. His painting has the same title and caused a few wry smiles.

David Wallace was inspired by Henry Lawson’s famous story ‘The Loaded Dog’. His painting has the same title and caused a few wry smiles.

Eight artists from the Kandos Art Group exhibited around 50 artworks at the group’s recent annual art exhibition at the CWA rooms in Kandos.

Beautiful Art: Ray Stout with his clever painting ‘Into the Garden’ using perspective to great effect.

Beautiful Art: Ray Stout with his clever painting ‘Into the Garden’ using perspective to great effect.

The exhibition included a wonderful selection of watercolours and charcoals. A great array of wildlife, landscapes and portraits were viewed at the exhibition.

The walls were adorned with a wide selection of colourful and interesting pieces.

Visitors to the exhibition opening on the Friday evening were greeted by the artists. The visitors were then invited to join them for a drink and nibbles.

Rose Evans exhibited: A selection of watercolours and charcoals. Helen Vowles is holding her yellow Macaw painted with acrylic.

Rose Evans exhibited: A selection of watercolours and charcoals. Helen Vowles is holding her yellow Macaw painted with acrylic.

It was a great opportunity to find out more about the artworks on show as well as the group itself.

The Kandos Art Group meets every Tuesday from 11am to 2pm at the Kandos CWA rooms in Jacques Street.

If you feel creative and enjoy a glass of wine and good company, come along and join them. 

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