JahRoc Galleries are proud to present a stunning mixed Christmas Exhibition to celebrate the 2017 year end. The gallery is transformed with so much new art and furniture, giving yet another unique experience to our regular Summer visitors.
You will enjoy new work by some of the your favourite JahRoc artists, and also discover artists that you may not have seen before.
JahRoc Galleries will be closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day.
Open 10am – 5pm from Wednesday 27th onward.
We look forward to welcoming you into the gallery for a dose of food for the soul.
A Snippet of What Is New At Jahroc…
Introducing Craig Parnaby into JahRoc Galleries and enjoying a lovely summer collection of paintings by this talented NSW Artist. His oil on linen artworks capture simple recreational moments that allow for quiet contemplation for the viewer.
Introducing Becky Blair into JahRoc Galleries with her semi abstract beach going figurative paintings that are a celebration of the Western Australian summer lifestyle and colour.
Celebrating a stunning collection of new paintings by local Margaret River artist Lauren Wilhelm who captures a majestic beauty in her subjects and delivers in her unique and recognisable style.
Palla Jeroff delivers incredibly textured landscapes that are dramatic and awe inspiring. Chinese born Palla was chosen by Mao to be an artist and studied for 12 years before defecting to Sydney and forging a very successful career over the last 30 years.
Enjoying a new collection of artwork inspired by the wheatbelt and celebrating the open spaces, clean air and most of all the clear sky full of twinkling stars full stories to tell. Kyle Hughes-Odgers is rolling off the back of an incredible experience painting the massive wheat silo’s in Merredin, which took his street art to a new level.
Self taught artist Philip Drummond has delivered a beautiful new body of work for JahRoc’s Summer visitors. Using a traditional approach to painting still life in oils, Philip chooses Australian flora to adorn his vases, overflowing with movement and native colour.
Drift away in meditative contemplation when viewing David Giles new ocean and sky scapes. These atmospheric paintings allow the viewer to imagine themselves to be wherever they want to be.