Feature Artist for January 2020 Wesley Penberthy

Wesley  Penberthy was born in Broken Hill. 
He grew up in a creative family. It can be seen in his work the influence of the Australian artist Norman Lindsay whom was his tutor at Perth Technical College from 1933-1937.and subsequently a lifelong friend and mentor. 

Wesley Penberthy’s works are held in Australian and overseas collections. Beleura Homestead in Mornington Victoria  boasts  a ceiling fresco , which Penberthy was commissioned to do in 1950,s . 
In 1955 Penberthy won the Sulman prize for Mural Painting.
 Much of his work echoes the Italianate and Venetian styles. 
Penberthy spent his latter years in Yamba pursuing his lifelong passion. 
ILUKA Emporium is proud and excited to be entrusted by his family to exhibit and offer for sale a small selection of Penberthy’s works. 
Works will be at the Emporium for the month of January and an Opening event held on Saturday 4th January at 11.30 am
All welcome

Wesley Penberthy in the 1960s

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