Rowena Keall Walsh
During her “Kings Park” exhibition, West Australian artist Rowena Keall
Walsh invites you to her long table to attend a three-course sit-down
dinner, with guest speaker, eminent botanist,
Professor Kingsley Dixon
Immerse yourself in the gallery vibe amongst Rowena’s paintings.
Savour food prepared by Black Pearl Catering with essences of the Australian
bush, paired with Rockcliffe boutique wines.
Friday the 7th of September 2018, 6h30pm drinks, for 8pm dinner served
Cullity Gallery, School of Design, University of Western Australia.
Corner Clifton Str & Stirling Hwy, Nedlands
$130 per person – paired with wines
$95 per person – without wine
Emu chorizo & sea scallops mini kebabs
Shark Bay tiger prawns with lemon aspen drizzle
Grilled lamb cutlets with bush tomato relish
Avocado & goat cheese crostini with finger lime caviar
(choose one of the following)
Pan-fried trout with saltbush dukkha served on a bed of thinly sliced
Jerusalem artichokes & flat beans
Pan-fried chicken fillet with saltbush dukkha served on a bed of thinly
sliced Jerusalem artichokes & flat beans
Braised aubergines with saltbush dukkha served on a bed of thinly sliced
Jerusalem artichokes & flat beans – v
(choose one of the following)
Grilled Harvey beef tenderloin with pepperberry jus served with new potatoes
& celeriac purée topped with shredded Manjimup Truffle
Crispy skinned barramundi with lemon myrtle beurre blanc served with new
potatoes & celeriac purée topped with shredded Manjimup Truffle
Lemon Myrtle roasted vegetables risotto with shredded Manjimup Truffle – v
Wattleseed infused crème brûlée served with macadamia biscotti
This event is for 18+
Smart casual attire
Strictly no BYO
Minimum seats availability.
Refund policy: tickets are transferable but non-refundable.
Select your entree and main items at time of booking.
We will cater for special dietary upon written request at time of booking.
This painting is of the AIW Centre which is one of the many “camps” set up in the Point Peron area by the Department of Sport and Recreation and offered to people who worked for the government.
I’m very excited, sad and angry about my next exhibition. This show is going to be about the terrible development and destruction at Point Peron.
This is a painting that I did whilst Artist in Residence at North Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club during January to March 2016. “Path at Dusk” is of one of the sandy paths that takes you down to the sparkling waters of North Cottesloe Beach.
I started my artist in residence at North Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club (NCSLSC) in December and painted in and around the club for three months. The light at different times of the day intrigued me so I tried to capture this in my paintings. I especially liked dusk, the beautiful pinks and golds and the shadows that were created by the sinking sun.
The opening night of Rowena Keall Walsh, Perth artist, “Vanishing Point” exhibition at the Cullity Gallery, UWA was great. Fantastic crowd of about 120 people and a big chunk of the paintings sold.
Recently I went on a painting trip to Donnelly River near the town of Bridgetown in WA’s Southwest. This area is known for it’s magnificent Karri trees and historic milling town.The karri tree, grows in the forests of South-West Western Australia, is the third tallest tree in Australia and one of the tallest species in the world, reaching heights of ninety metres.
Just come back from looking at the Affordable Art Fair in Singapore. It is a three day fair with mixture of art. There were sixty something galleries exhibiting this year using up two floors of the Formula 1 Pit Building in Singapore.
This painting is part of a series of wetland studies for my next exhibition at the Cullity Gallery UWA. There are some amazing hidden spots along the Canning and Swan River in Perth. My paintings will be about the importance of nature in the urban environment and how essential it is to protect it.
This painting is about a lovely old house and an incredible big old tree that was knocked down in the next street from me. There is now a huge big house going up that takes up the whole block (at least 900 sqm) and has no room for anything green. The council even knocked back…
Rowena Keall-Walsh and Wanneroo Mayor, Tracey Roberts in front of the winning painting “Pinnaroo”. Wanneroo Library and Cultural Centre.