An exhibition of small works by Helen Timbury & Karin Ryan.
Opening Sun June 24 at 2pm.
Helen’s linocuts celebrate National Parks and other protected places. She believes our many connections with landscape contribute to wellbeing. These landscapes – inland, alpine and coastal, and the flora and fauna particular to them, hold a special significance for her as an artist. Through her work she seeks to raise an awareness in others, pointing out the fragility, beauty and diversity of the environment.
Karin Ryan: “Ever since I could hold a pencil in my hand I have doodled, scribbled, drawn and sketched. It is an obsession that has never left me and I am most comfortable in my skin when I am creative, when I am in touch with my imagination and emotions.
In my art I want to capture the simple ordinary everyday moments in life – the comfort and meaning of human relationships and the interaction and experience of humans in nature. I try to cheer people up and remind them of the simple pleasures of just existing.”
Open daily 10-4 except Tuesdays.