Busselton Art Society exhibition | Memories

Artist Carolyn Pollitt painted a memory of living in the Kimberley when a plane delivered the mail. Image supplied.
Artist Carolyn Pollitt painted a memory of living in the Kimberley when a plane delivered the mail. Image supplied.

Memories is the theme of the latest exhibition by the Busselton Art Society.

Artists taking part in the exhibition were asked to paint something they remembered from their childhood.

To accompany the painting the artists also wrote a few paragraphs telling the viewer what the painting meant to them.

There were some interesting stories and paintings created by the artists.

Pictured above is a painting from Carolyn Pollitt who painted a memory of living in the Kimberley when a plane delivered the mail.

Also featured in the exhibition is local artist Dee Credaro who painted a childhood memory of riding on the family farm.

The exhibition is open daily from 10am until 4.00pm Mondays to Fridays and from 10am until 3pm on Saturdays and Sundays, and runs until November 1, 2020.

The Busselton Art Society is located in the ArtGeo Complex at 6 Queen Street, Busselton.

The art society has more than 100 members and was first established in 1960.