Old school friends Gwenn Tasker and Helen Downs started art classes together in 1974, and have now putting together an art exhibition.
A Fork in the Road opens at the Shelley Kelly Gallery at 58 Heusman Street Mount Perry, 20 January, at 2pm.
The two women have very different styles of art, however, both enjoy sharing collage as their medium. Their exhibition, A Fork in the Road, is a celebration of their differences, and being able to communicate concepts, and feelings in many different ways.
Gwenn studied occupational therapy and a fine arts degree majoring in print making at Griffith University. Helen studied law and practised as a solicitor before coming back to being an artist, working as a freelance writer, author and graphic designer.
All are welcome to attend the opening, or the exhibition, which continues through to March. The gallery is open from 9am to 2pm each Tuesday to Thursday, and other times by arrangement.