Leading Australian artist, Sally West is coming to Anala Art Advisory on Saturday,November 11 to meet and have a chat with visitors.
Loved for her subtle palette and bold application of the paint, West’s artwork is sought after by art collectors, admirers and international interior designers.
Founder and Director of Anala Art Advisory, Michael Powe, said that he is honoured to have such a talent in the gallery.
“Sally paints from the heart, with each stroke of her palate knife capturing every sense, emotion and vision that we all sometimes miss in our very busy lives,” said Mr Powe.
“Sally’s imagery reminds you to take a second…, pause…, and embrace all that surrounds us in this beautiful country of ours.”
West is also known internationally, with her professional career as an artist taking her all over the world, winning prizes and selling to private collectors.
Over the years her work has been selected as finalists for several art awards and this year she has been selected as a finalist in the Fisher’s Ghost Award and the NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize.
West will join a number of talented artists to have stepped foot into Anala Art Advisory.
More than just a gallery, Anala Art Advisory, provides impartial advice on art purchases, guiding clients through the complex, and often overwhelming, terrain of the Australian art market.
“Whether you’re new to the market or a seasoned collector, we provide tailored, comprehensive assistance that parallels your interests, budget and goals”, said Mr Powe.
The gallery is filled with some of the best the Australian Art Market has to offer, works by Award winning artists such as, Tim Storrier, Geoff Dyer, Morten Lassen,
Kathrin Longhurst, Johnny Romeo, Tommy Watson, Ben Tankard, Kurt Herrmann and more.
West will be painting live in the gallery throughout the day during the Glenbrook Spring Festival, from 9:30am – 3pm.
So come on in next Saturday and enjoy some delicious food from Con’s Continental Deli Glenbrook, while immersing yourself within the diverse range of artists and their stunning work.