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Sun 24 Nov 2019, 9:30am–4:30am

Where: Fridays Studio, 13 Old Aberdeen Place, West Perth, Western Australia

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admit One: $31.00
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Listed by: leanne_majzner

Coloured Vision is a pop-up art exhibition created to support local WA working artists. Over 200 artworks will be on display all in one show. A small commission is taken to allow the artists to lower their prices and make their wonderful artworks accessible to many art enthusiasts. This type of exhibition will not only have a variety of works to sell but will foster a sense of kinship and community around the artists, as well as create an inviting atmosphere to potential buyers.

Proceeds will go to Habonim Dror to allow children to attend camps and weekly meetings. The youth is undoubtable the future of our community. ABC Radio presenter Russell Woolf will open the exhibition in his humorous manner on Saturday 23rd November at 6:30pm where delicious canapés and drinks will be served. Those attending the opening night will have the first opportunity to buy art works before the general viewing the next day, Sunday 24th November from 9:30am to 4:30pm.

The New York Style warehouse will be filled with names you may be familiar with like Robyn Lees, Waldemar Kolbusz, Neil Elliot, Sandie Schroder, Marc Leib, Margret Heenan just to name a few. Palya Proper Fine Art is once again joining us with their wonderful Aboriginal artworks from Alice Springs.

If you want to buy tickets to the opening you’ll have to be quick. If you can’t make it to the opening head on down on the Sunday.