- May, 2018
Petunia Liveoak has been an artist since high school, and enjoys using nature as her muse. Sometimes by taking photos to create her art, sometimes by bringing something in from outside, she typically uses watercolor, gouache, and is now exploring scratch board to make her artwork.
Petunia has a unique way of showing the details of one small item, usually presented in soft colors.
If you miss the Raglan Artwalk, Petunia also shows her artwork at Galleria Kakku and the Raglan Tree Gallery. For the show, you can view Petunia's artwork here.
Kath McGill has long been known in the Isle as a terrific and prolific artist. Kath states, "I think I've been in Artwalk now, well, since I became a merchant. and now, as the librarian, it's interesting to see what people like, and what they love. Sometimes its the color of the photo, sometimes its a memory that it evokes, sometimes its just- something to look at."
Kath is a multi-media artist, and uses photography, and paint and actually some string art in the paintings to make a combination of things. She plans to exhibit fifteen items in the show and sells it as modify/ copy.
You can view Kath's artwork in the show here.
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