It'll be a visual feast of art at Tremain's Mill this weekend, with seven Central West based artists to exhibit their works.
Painting, drawing, sculpture, installation and performance works will be on display at the exhibition titled INVINCIBLE 2020 and during the two-day event, artists will be available to speak to, with their artworks available for purchase too.
Around the precinct during the exhibit, Nicola Mason, Margaret Hogan and Annabel Mason will be painting en plein air (which translates to 'in the open air' or 'outside'), with their works to be be display in the Tremain's Mill gallery alongside sculptures of Fiona Edmeades.
Dispersed throughout the Tremain's Mill precinct will be a series of sculptures by Stephen Hogan, an installation by Karen Golland and performance based artworks by Julian Woods.
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Golland will create the work kitchMASS, an interactive installation featuring colourful Australiana-themed sculptures set as a photo booth for families to have their photos taken in.
Woods will perform two durational performance pieces over the weekend, with Feast, which includes a sculptural element by Hogan, on Saturday and The Daily Grind on Sunday.
INVINCIBLE 2020 will make use of the space at Tremain's Mill in lower Keppel Street with the art and will encourage conversation between the public and artists living and working in the local area.
The exhibition will be held on both Saturday and Sunday, from 9am to late on the former and 9am-1pm on the latter.
And while it's a free event to attend, there are a limited number of time allocated tickets for Woods' The Daily Grind artwork, which can be booked for free on Eventbrite via https://bit.ly/3qfwyqW.
For people who wish to have their photograph taken with Golland's kitchMASS interactive photo booth, there will be a $5 charge.
INVINCIBLE 2020 is supported by both Arts Out West and Tremain's Mill.
For information and updates for the two-day art exhibition, check the Facebook event page called 'INVINCIBLE 2020 Art at Tremain's Mill'.
For more information on the artists, visit the Arts Out West website at www.artsoutwest.org.au.