A new exhibition that opened at the start of November explores a wide variety of works and takes on art.
Plethora of Images features the work of Trudy Meijer's colourful portraits, Bruce Penn's black and white pointillism, Carol Lucas' evocative landscapes, Merril Thompson's expressive abstract works and Victoria Jansen-Riley's fantasy seascapes.
Jansen-Riley is also the curator of the exhibit.
She said the exhibition name comes from the thought that there was an abundance of different styles and mediums within the work chosen.
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"Mine is all to do with the coast because I live at the beach and I just like to try and express coastal images sort of in a fantasy," she said.
"They aren't realistic but they're sort of dream like and surreal more than anything."
Jansen-Riley's work is oil on board and she is happy people can finally view her work again after the COVID period put the arts on hiatus.
The exhibition will run until November 27 at the Windsor Community Precinct. It is free to enter and open every day except Sunday.