Exhibition News - OVATION with Susan Willemse

Exhibition News - OVATION with Susan Willemse

August 23, 2018

Susan Willemse photographs Australian birds with her husband and paints them using acrylics and airbrush on stretched canvas. Susan is a full-time artist living in Canberra after 31 years as a cytology medical scientist. Our love of birds started in Africa with cockatiels and cockatoos and art has always been part of her private and work life.

"Hope" (Rainbow Lorikeet), Susan Willemse, Acrylics, 46cm x 36cm 

 

Exhibition Dates: 23rd August 2018 to 29th June 2018

Opening Reception - 6.30pm, 23rd August, 2018

Venue: The Albert Hall, 100 Commonwealth Avenue, Yarralumla, Canberra, Australia

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