In the Media
Whitewall Art Projects, Berrima
Visit Whitewall Art Projects in Berrima to see my latest exhibition.
"Introducing the newest member of the Whitewall Art Projects family, print artist Peta West! West is inspired by the Australian landscape and while her works are in editions, each artwork is completed by hand... On the time it takes to carve her linoleum blocks, West states 'it is my favourite part of the whole process. It's meditative'.
The amount of detail in these works is astonishing."
Quote taken from @whitewallartprojects on Instagram
Open Fridays to Mondays 10am to 4pm
10 Jellore St, Berrima NSW
"The Overwintering Project”
My submission for "The Overwintering Project”
The Eastern Curlew foraging for crabs at Lake Conjola.
My smallest Lino print at just 25x25cm.
The Overwintering Project is a fundraising project, inviting artists from Australia and New Zealand to create art in response to their local area of our precious migratory shorebirds and their habitat.
At the end of my street is home to local and migratory shorebirds. The pied oyster catcher, little terns, red capped plover and the hooded plover all make Lake Conjola their home also including some of our migratory birds like the Eastern Curlew which will be seen in the lakes mud flats searching for small crabs.
To learn more about this initiative visit www.theoverwinteringproject.com