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The Wild : Campbelltown Gallery (2011)  


A three week exhibition of 11 framed nature images from Africa, Asia and Europe, along with 8 creative tapestry artworks based on those images, brought Campbelltown Gallery alive in 2011. This exhibition was very popular and was featured in several Adelaide newspapers. This event also hosted three ‘meet the artist’ opportunities which proved very successful.

SALA Exhibition Nature : WESTPAC Adelaide  (2010)

SALA Exhibition Nature : Jones the Grocer (2010)  

A one month exhibition at two great venues, presenting 15 traditional and tapestry-designed images of the natural word within an urban setting; the tapestry image being inspired from the traditional image next to it. Both exhibition openings were well attended, featuring heavily in council material and as a colour article in The Adelaide Magazine.


SALA (South Australian Living Arts) Festival is a state-wide festival of visual art within South Australia. The SALA Festival was established in 1998 as an initiative of the Australian Commercial Galleries Association to promote and celebrate the many talented visual artists in South Australia. With over 2 thousand artists, exhibiting across more than 500 venues with an audience of over 400,000 people, SALA is now a well established national and international art event.