Ellenbrook Swan Open Studios

Open Studios are a wonderful way to meet artists, get a glimpse of work in progress, understand where inspiration strikes, and get a chance to view, discuss and purchase art direct from the artist.

Get to know your local artists!



Jay Lassey

18 Baluchi Way, Henley Brook


043 891 8595


I love all sorts of art, music and creativity, and am greatly inspired by the cheerful honesty of folk art, having picked this style up along the way when I was a young mother. I am a multimedia artist who likes trying new and exciting mediums and projects, I enjoy the actual learning, and love breaking the rules. I work with all kinds of materials including ceramics, pottery, china painting, wood burning, print making, silk dying, tie dye, stained glass and anything else I can get my hands on.This is true creativity. My hubby and I have created a home that is full of art, with a quirky garden, a piano in the front yard, a mosaic letterbox, and many fun and colourful things surrounding us.



G Roger Ott


54 Charlottes Vista, Ellenbrook

Roger was born in Stuttgart / Germany in 1943 but has lived in Australia since 1993.
Working in oils, he made his first picture for his grandmother at 6 years of age. He continued to paint, on and off over the years when he had time, mostly for relaxation.
Since his retirement he has focussed more and more on his art, developing a more abstract style and drawing on his love of the Australian landscape for inspiration.



Ellenbrook Social Art Group

Geoff Lucey, Di Steedman, Dale Smith, Sue Fuller, Allan Darby and Jan Yates

The Grapevine Community Arts Centre, 1 Arrowsmith Ave, Ellenbrook


0413 505 476

Ellenbrook Social Art Group is a casual group of adult artists who get together for a morning of painting.  This group is open to anyone to come along and join us. Tea and Coffee are provided. Bring your own painting requirements and paint your own project. Some lessons and advice are given by the more experienced artists. The group welcomes everyone whether you are a beginner or experienced and just want to paint with others in a pleasant and relaxed environment. 

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Jacinda Heather

175-179 James street (Ethel Street Courtyard Shops) Guildford WA

facebook @orinocoandbungo

instagram @orinocoandbungo


Orinoco & Bungo owner Jay is a decorative artist producing original paintings and limited edition prints which have a cohesive and recognisable portrait/pop art style. Jay has been painting for 15 years and has sold her works from public and private exhibitions across Australia and New Zealand and often off the walls of her homes. Since making Perth her home in 2006 Jay has continued to develop and fine tune her artistic style. Jays art store and workspace Orinoco & Bungo was born in March 2019 and is home to her favourite art pieces. Working on canvas with acrylic paints, as well as most recently building her portfolio of digital illustrations her contemporary works are designed to add modernity and inject originality into your space, workplace or home. Jay is currently developing her art designs into textile, homewares and clothing lines. 



Katherine C Fergusen

The Artists Nook, Ethel Street Courtyard, James St, Guildford

Since emigrating to Australia over 11 years ago I have been lucky enough to work with many artists and have been working full-time in my own arts practice since 2017. My work has evolved since leaving art college in 1995 and my bright abstract pieces are a reflection of my life, personality and the world in which I live. I use both acrylic and oils paints and I love to add final touches with chalk or oil pastels. My work is a multi-layered movement of colour and I love to create large impactful feature pieces.


Swan Valley

Naomi Grant

Contemporary Indigenous Artist

10070 West Swan Rd Henley Brookwww.maalinup.com.au
08 9279 9975

04191926 43

I work in acrylic and collage using layers of tissue paper and paint, and I am currently the artist in residence at Maalinup Gallery in the Swan Valley.



Whiteman Park

Michael Rice

Village Art Gallery, Building 5 at Whiteman Park.  



Michael's studio is located in the Whiteman Park artist's village. His practice is primarily about experimenting in the gallery and studio with everyday objects, color, form and shadow, in two and three dimensions. His mixed media works are bright, fun, and playful.

Herne Hill

Jessica Jubb

2/660 Great Northern Hwy, Herne Hill





I am a visual artist making jewellery that expresses my reverie and deep connection with the natural world. I am interested in physical places and their emotional and spiritual relationship to people. As such I am particularly focused on a certain little pocket of the world where I grew up, the Western Australian bush, east of Perth. I start my creative process exploring and observing. Happily travelling north or south, walking places looking with intent, taking visual notes with my camera, capturing the
delicate fleeting wonder in the ever evolving and shifting landscape.

Middle Swan

Zoe Wittber


1 Viveash Way, Middle Swan

0466 602 931


Zoe Wittber was born in Perth, Western Australia in 1985. Wittber works with acrylic paint on canvas,
using a range of illustrative techniques for embellishment. As an emerging Western Australian artist,
she believes in the importance of Visual Arts, in both life and education. Wittber has a Bachelor of
Visual Arts, specializing in painting and illustration and an enthusiasm for depicting beauty in the wild
and untamed aspects of our society. Wittber has previously exhibited at Kurb Gallery, Northbridge
and has had her artwork published through commission work from local music artists. She is an
accomplished, motivated and passionate Visual Arts educator at Kalamunda Senior High School and
has completed a Masters by Research in Visual Arts, with a thesis publication on the importance of
Visual Arts in the education of all children.

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Ken Harvey

Ellenbrook Arts HQ, 34 Main Street, Ellenbrook



Ken Harvey is a Devon man who has a strong love of the sea, as much of his work reflects. He uses a range of media including oils, acrylics, inks and watercolours. His paintings sell from Queensland to Albany, and also in the UK. His current work depicts a range of scenes however his main passion is the sea.


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Graham Mills

Ellenbrook Arts HQ, 34 Main Street, Ellenbrook


0435 438 105

Graham Mills is a local Ellenbrook painter and member of the Ellenbrook Cultural Foundation board, as well as an active and longstanding member of the Ellenbrook Art Group and other community initiatives. Graham's artistic practice is currently focussed on life drawing studies and portraiture.

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Tami Esancy

Ellenbrook Arts HQ, 34 Main Street, Ellenbrook




My practice is about reclaiming objects so it becomes very eclectric, canvases, paint, objects, and a reconnection with clay. I am considering the recycling of the world around me, and through art. I tend to record a form of self-portrait narrative within my work, and the act of retelling. Essentially is all about the “re’s” of our world today, I am hoping others will see this and consider their own “re’s”, when viewing my work.

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Val Long

16 Ellen Brook Drive The Vines 6069


Since retireing from full-time teaching, I have time to indulge my creativity as part of the Baskerville Art Group, where I have learned the rudiments of oil painting. My subject matter varies and includes landscapes, seascapes, animal portraits and abstract work. I work in oils, pastels, watercolor and acrylics and enjoy experimenting with new products and techniques. I currently belong to several art groups and have successfully exhibited my work at Ellenbrook, Baskerville and Trigg art shows.

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Nicola Cowie

The Artists Nook, Ethel Street Courtyard, 175 James Street


Studio Address The Artists Nook, Ethel Street Courtyard, 175 James Street, Guildford 6055




BA Hons, Fine Art Printmaking, Gray's School of Art, Scotland. I have lived in Australia and South East Asia, and find myself surrounded by diverse and beautiful plants and wildlife. My process is very organic, including drawings, paintings and prints. In my printmaking practice I work with wood and linoleum plates. The unexpected marks that are made by the tools on the printing block create unique pieces and I find this a thrilling way to work.


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Hayley Kruger

96 Rossini Circle, Ellenbrook, 6069




Hayley has a passion for all things botanical. Inspired by the strength and
architectural form of native Australian plants, she paints with bold colours and
shapes, grappling with the enjoyable challenge of capturing light on form.
Working in acrylics, her work is an honest response to the beauty she sees in the
natural world.

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