Former Gin Gin woman Elaine Weller will be exhibiting her paintings in Brisbane.
Former Gin Gin woman Elaine Weller will be exhibiting her paintings in Brisbane.

A colourful career for a country girl

WITH this year full of art workshops, Elaine Weller and Lisa Gregg are ready to exhibit and sell their work.

Ms Weller was born in Gin Gin and raised on her parent's cane farm, with her upbringing in Bundaberg inspiring her to be an artist.

Both women work consistently at their craft and are encouraged by some wonderful tutors.

Since picking up her brushes in the 90's, Elaine now works as a full-time artist.

She has also held a number of solo exhibitions, and has her art in homes around Australia.

Elaine is inspired by wildlife and nature and enjoys creating colourful pieces in acrylics, inks and mixed media.

Lisa has her work hanging in the Atrium Gallery on Buderim, and believes everyone should enjoy an original work of art .

Visitors to the exhibition will enjoy their colourful paintings, complimenting any home or office.



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