Follow Joe Webster’s On Location Journey

Watch Joe Webster paint on location in the Margaret River region. Joe Webster is JahRoc’s artist in residence for the Cabin Fever Festival. He is a British plein air artist, and recently won a grant from European Union to go anywhere in the world for a residency to expand on his experience. Lucky us – […]

“On Location, Margaret River” Joe Webster, Stu McMillan 20th July

Immerse your senses in a breathtaking Natural Wonderland in celebration of “ON LOCATION, MARGARET RIVER” by JOE WEBSTER & STU MCMILLAN   Saturday 20th July 6-8pm   Mulled Wine, Live Music, Artist Presentations Be prepared for an exciting unveiling of the exhibition “On Location, Margaret River” paintings and sculptures. Both artists will be present and […]

Joe Webster Artist – Up Close & Personal

JahRoc Galleries are very excited to be hosting International award winning artist Joe Webster as our artist in residence for the 2019 Cabin Fever Festival. Joe Webster is a plein-air artist from Britain, UK who paints on location using acrylic and graffiti based media that interact with the atmosphere. This will be his second visit […]

Debbie Mackenzie Artist – Up Close & Personal

A deep connection to nature and the landscape of her Mornington Peninsula home infuses Debbie Mackenzie’s tranquil landscape paintings. Dreamy cloudscapes and lush green rolling hills are interspersed with pine trees and distant farmhouses. Childhood exposure to the arts built on Debbie’s innate love of visual expression, a career in Graphic Design further encouraged her […]

Felicia Aroney Artist – Up Close & Personal

Felicia Aroney is well recognised for her highly sculptural floral and abstract paintings. She uses a palette knife technique to layer and shape the paint until it stands in relief of the canvas, giving it a textural depth similar to that in nature. Felicia draws inspiration from the fusion of her rich Australian upbringing and […]

“In Season” – Felicia Aroney, Eileen Gordon, Grant Donaldson – 20th April

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JahRoc Galleries presents IN SEASON FELICIA ARONEYEILEEN GORDONGRANT DONALDSON 20th AprilOpening Celebration 11-3pm Enjoy Sparkling Wine Live Music  All Welcome. “In Season” is an exhibition that celebrates the colour, texture and sculptural forms that can be found in the Australian landscape. Established artists Felicia Aroney, Eileen Gordon and Grant Donaldson come together in this showing […]

Wendy Arnold “Allure” Exhibition 27th December

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OPENING NIGHT CELEBRATION: 27th December 2018 6-8pm All welcome to join the gallery for live music and fine wine. _________________________ “Allure” is an exhibition of new enchanting and evocative paintings by celebrated artist Wendy Arnold. Wendy Arnold was born in New Zealand and grew up in Perth where she started her fine arts studies in […]

Ralph Stanton, Geoffrey Wake, JahRoc Furniture – Exhibition 30th June

A collaborative exhibition of fine art & designer furniture “LANDSCAPE YET NOT LANDSCAPE” RALPH STANTONGEOFFREY WAKEJAHROC FURNITURE “Landscape Yet Not Landscape” is a collaborative exhibition of fine furniture & art that falls into the realm of imaginative landscape, drawing inspiration from the South West of WA. Ralph Stanton and Geoffrey Wake are long time studio partners […]

Shane Moad features in the Creative Arist magazine

Beverley Artist Shane Moad tells all in this interview with CREATIVE ARTIST magazine. Published in edition number 20, Shane is featured in 2 articles, firstly as an ARTIST PROFILE and also a great article in the WORKSHOP.   Enjoy this fantastic insight into the creativity of Shane Moad. I was able to find my own […]

Mat Manners Surfboard Exhibition 1 Night Only

We are super stoked to present a ‘one night only’ event with Mat Manners at JahRoc Galleries.  Mat Manners is a renown surfboard designer who has been honing his craft for over 35 years. His high performance boards are the weapon of choice by some of the South West’s hardest chargers and the odd ‘World […]