Local artists show diversity in nature

Artist Natalie Barlow with her black cockatoo artwork.

A Diversity in Nature art exhibition will be held at the Pomona Railway Station Gallery from Saturday 7 May to 1 June.

The exhibition is showing works by four local artists; Erica Evans, Natalie Barlow, Jeff Fraser and Erica Harvey.

Natalie Barlow and Erica Evans both have the same love of painting birds and landscapes.

“We have come together in this exhibition with our own realistic styles of painting,” Natalie said.

Natalie’s oils and Erica’s acrylics complement each other in their interpretations of the view of the natural world

Jeff Fraser is a woodturner/woodcarver, transforming pieces of wood into bowls and hand carved spoons and hearts.

Erica Harvey uses discarded nature elements and integrates them into living botanical artworks. She also carves artistic spoons and hearts.

Diversity in Nature’s is set to open on Saturday 7 May at 11am and the exhibition continues until the 1 June.

For more information contact Pomona Railway Station Gallery on 5485 2950 or visit www.nataliesgraphics.com or www.pomonartgallery.com