St Mark's Art Exhibition
The St Mark Art Exhibition is a long standing tradition of our School. It focuses on local artists and is a highly respected event in the local Art Community, and is traditionally held on the last weekend of the October school holidays. As well as being a very successful community event, the Art Exhibition is a key contributor of funds to the P&F.
Please join us for the fantastic Opening Evening of the Annual St Mark’s Art Exhibition on Friday 6 October from 6.30pm. The evening will include the exhibition of professional and amateur art (visual, sculpture, jewellery, glass). Tickets for the Opening Evening include access to the exhibition, auction, door prize, delicious catering and beverages and a chance to mingle with artists and with the St Mark’s community. There will be live entertainment. Tickets are now available - book online today.
The featured artists include:
Linzi Carter: Along with her commissioned pieces, she paints live at corporate events, schools, fashion shows festival sand shopping centres and also hosts art workshops. Her bright, vibrant and stunning pieces are in league of their own . To view more of Linzi’s work, please head to her website.
Mia Laing: Mia has won a number of awards; is a founding member of ‘Women in Art Western Australia’ and is dedicated to pursuing an ongoing career in fine art and photography. She has previously exhibited at the St Mark’s Art Exhibition, and returns this year as one of our feature artists. For more examples of her work, please head to her website.
Roslyn Nolen: Roslyn is an acclaimed West Australian artist with an exquisite contemporary fine art style. . She has had six solo exhibitions and is currently working on her seventh. Roslyn has participated in 11 group exhibitions and her work has been shown in over 25 school and community exhibitions. View her website.
Sally Mundy: Sally is a local artist who has made a big impression in the art community on a short space of time. Inspired by the balance and interconnectivity of nature, her work focuses on natural formations, flora and fauna with differing degrees of abstract expression and interpretation. See examples of Sally’s amazing work online.
The Exhibition will also be open on Saturday 7 October and Sunday 8 October (from 10am to 3pm), with entry by way of a gold coin donation. All items on exhibit are available for purchase.