An Exhibition of work by members of the Horsham Artists Society.

This exhibition of paintings reflects the amazing contrasts in the Wimmera landscape and climate and how our painting lives are impacted by where we live – searing summer heat, brown dusty roads, golden cereal crops, spring and summer rains, sometimes floods, sometimes fires, damaging frosts, idyllic autumn days followed by a westerly change that can be easily foreseen in the “big sky”.

Your daily rural lives are governed by dramatic landscape and weather changes. And we, as painters, are constantly inspired by what we see and feel and smell – the eucalypts, the wattles, the rise and fall of the Wimmera River, Mount Arapiles – its eastern cliffs and western sunsets, the blue-mauve Grampians that haunt “backgrounds”, the garden blooms that capture our imagination and drive us into detailed floral canvasses.


Fri 08 Sep 2017 – Fri 10 Nov 2017. All dates below:

Fri 08 Sep 2017
Thu 14 Sep 2017
Fri 15 Sep 2017
Sat 16 Sep 2017
Sun 01 Oct 2017
Thu 05 Oct 2017
Fri 06 Oct 2017
Sat 07 Oct 2017