Staff Art Exhibition ‘Not Just a Pretty Face’ promises to inspire

Suzanne AstonBusselton Dunsborough Times
Curator Sharon Williams, and artist Anton Felix Blume preparing for the exhibition.
Camera IconCurator Sharon Williams, and artist Anton Felix Blume preparing for the exhibition. Credit: Suzanne Aston

A new art exhibition entitled “Not Just a Pretty Face” has opened at the ArtGeo Gallery in the Busselton Cultural Precinct.

This unique exhibition showcases the diverse talents of the ArtGeo staff.

The ArtGeo team is made up of dedicated individuals who work tirelessly behind the scenes to bring the magic of the arts to the community.

From administrators to technicians, educators to curators, City staff members wear many hats within the complex.

This exhibition provides them with the opportunity to don another hat in that of the artist.

Not Just a Pretty Face features a wide range of artistic mediums, including painting, sculpture, photography and mixed media.

Each piece on display reflects the individuality and passion of its creator, offering a glimpse into the multifaceted talents of the Old Courthouse Complex staff.

City of Busselton venue manager Sharon Custers said the group was “thrilled” to celebrate the staff’s artistic talents.

“This exhibition is a testament to the depth of creativity that exists within our organisation,” she said.

“It’s also a reminder that the arts are not just a part of our work, they are an integral part of who we are.”

The Old Courthouse Complex is committed to fostering a culture of creativity and innovation and the staff art exhibition underscores this commitment.

It is a chance for staff members to step into the spotlight and share their artistic visions with the community they serve.

Not Just a Pretty Face exhibition continues daily until January 30, 2024.

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