Nature's beauty - that's the inspiration behind the October exhibition at Windsor Gallery, located at the Windsor Community Centre in Riverside.
Titled "Moments of Colour and Texture", the exhibition is the brainchild of local artists Carol Lucas and Christine Davson-Galle from the West Tamar Arts Group.
Adorning the walls of the space are landscape acrylic paintings created by Lucas, complimented by shawls and ponchos and wall-hangings designed by Davson-Galle.
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Davson-Galle said she drew inspiration from her surroundings in creating her work, textile pieces using contact dyeing with botanicals.
"I live out in the country, and it's quite beautiful with the trees and the leaves on the ground, I find I'm very connected with nature and its beauty," she said.
Lucas said her hope for the exhibition was that people would enjoy seeing her creations and enjoy the beauty of Tasmania's landscape.
"Some paintings I may do in the space of two or three days, working six hours at a time, but others can take me weeks depending on the results I want," she said.
"What we do should appeal to the general public. Everyone has their opinion on what their taste is, so whatever I do it's out there for people to look at. But if I'm happy with it, I'm happy."
The exhibition will adorn the walls at Windsor Gallery until October 30. All items on display are available for purchase.
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