Two creative worlds have collided through colour and ideas in a new exhibition by several Tasmanian artists.
Earthly Delights explores the digital photographic work of Suellen Bayly paired with the collagraph and linocut prints by Julie Irvin.
The women have both delivered their own interpretations of the natural environment, while combining it with other ideas or features.
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Bayly's work in the exhibit takes on the image of a woman's face because of her experience as a make up artist.
The artist paints her work digitally and incorporates photographs of leaves and flowers she has taken.
"The works are the journey of a women from young and naive to accepting herself," she said.
"It's an emotional journey of women, them emerging from the flora is them coming out and being themselves."
Bayly said she hoped onlookers would take away that behind the woman was a real person, but she was just hidden by foliage.
"I just hope people enjoy them," she said.
Bayly was inspired by Irvin to put herself out there creatively which began the exhibition that now hangs in a gallery.
"Julie was an inspiration to me in the beginning when it came to me accepting my work and that I was an artist," she said.
The artist said the works from her and Irvin complemented each other with similar colours and ideas.
"Because all the works of Julie's are on leaves and foliage it worked together," Bayly said.
Irvin agreed the works complemented each other, and was happy to see an artist doing something a bit different.
Irvin herself had always been inspired by the natural environment in Tasmania.
"I just love the trees, the leaves, the whole thing. The native plants, or it might just be an indoor plant," she said.
"I enjoy going out in the landscape to print or to draw."
The artist hoped people would see designs in her work that perhaps they had not seen before.
"We see things and like them sometimes, but we often don't look right into them and see the rhythms," she said.
Earthly Delights can be viewed at Windsor Gallery until September 3.
All pieces on display are for sale.
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