Visitors able to collaborate on works with Riverina artist

Riverina artist Kerri Weymouth will work collaboratively with field day winners on two art works.

Riverina artist Kerri Weymouth will invite field day visitors to contribute to a collaborative art work at the Riverina/Murray Landcare site.

Kerri will create two large canvases at the Landcare shed on Tuesday and Wednesday, from 10am-12pm and 1-4pm.

Visitors are encouraged to be part of these collaborative art pieces by adding their small touches tto the canvases under Kerri’s guidance.

The themes for the Landcare works are sustainable agriculture, biodiversity, Aboriginal landcare and water.

Kerri lives in the irrigation community at Coleambally and has been creating art all her life.

She is inspired by the Australian bush to use rusted pieces, textiles, fabrics, threads, beads and laces in her works.

Kerri has won several awards, worked alongside prominent Australian artists, indigenous communities and held her own exhibitions.