Studio A artists Damian Showyin, Meagan Pelham and Catherine McGuiness have injected colour, fun and joy into our window gallery this month! 🌈

Studio A is a social enterprise based in Sydney, Australia that supports professional artists with intellectual disability to achieve their artistic and economic aspirations. Learn more about the fantastic work Studio A does here.

All artworks are available for purchase via Lise Anderson – lise.anderson@studioa.org.au

Damian Showyin - Sparkles and Squares, 2020 Acrylic and posca on paper
Damian Showyin - Sparkles and Squares, 2020 Acrylic and posca on paper
Damian Showyin – Dotty Lamington, 2020 Acrylic and posca on paper

Damian Showyin’s paintings are like abstracted windows. Oblong shapes of deep, layered colours seem to hold whispered secrets. Read more of Damian’s artist bio here.

Meagan Pelham – Super Model Seagulls, 2020 Ink, watercolour and acrylic on paper
Meagan Pelham – Super Model Seagulls, 2020 Ink, watercolour and acrylic on paper
Studio A Meagan Pelham – Dreaming Owl, 2020 Acrylic on canvas
Meagan Pelham – Dreaming Owl, 2020 Acrylic on canvas

Studio A’s resident romantic, Meagan Pelham, has a weakness for romance. Her delicate pencil drawings depict brides, wedding cakes and love-heart shaped cocktail glasses posing elegantly next to handwritten poetry. Meagan has developed a practice of repeatedly drawing owls, which she believes are the most romantic of all animals. Meagan calls these drawings her Love Owls. Read more of Meagan’s artist bio here

Catherine McGuiness – A Bird on the Branches, 2020 Acrylic and posca on canvas
Catherine McGuiness – Pelican on a Bench, 2020 Acrylic on paper
Catherine McGuiness – Peacock Bird, 2020 Acrylic and posca on paper

Catherine is a fearless and frenzied creative. In any one of her pieces, a hundred marks and overlaps might sit beneath her signature. Read more of Catherine’s artist bio here.

We hope this exhibition brings you as much joy as it has us! 💖

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