The Boyup Brook visitor centre is proud to showcase our “Little Art Gallery”, featuring a range of stunning pieces created by artists from Boyup Brook and surrounding areas. From breathtaking acrylic paintings to intricate Lino cut prints and 3D art pieces, our collection has something for everyone.
There are unique and beautiful pieces some of which are inspired from the local flora and fauna that capture the essence of our region. Come and explore our gallery and discover the beauty of Boyup Brook through the eyes of our talented artists.
Little Art Gallery Artist Profiles
Sandy Chambers has a love of the iconic Grass Tree and this is accompanied by many natural bush settings painted with watercolours. Sandy’s other interest is sculpturing in Soap Stone.
The diverse and beautiful Australian landscape is what inspires Neil Nicholson to paint, and if there is a rustic old building or a rusty vintage car in that landscape – all the better.
Bev Prideaux’s art gets back to nature with textile sculptures and paintings using a needle felting technique and natural fibres. Wool painted pet portraits and custom orders available.
Fran Bermingham enjoys painting animals especially dogs. Her work is colourful, full of movement and a lot of fun.
John Price is interested in the endless variety of colours and shapes of the natural world. His artistic journey started with photography and now continues with the brush.
E.Jasen’s diverse range of wood turning, bone sculpture, metal work and fishing flies add another dimension to the already eclectic artistic talents displayed in the Little Gallery.