For the Tin Shed Art Group, the opportunity to combine local artists, beautiful local landscapes and the synergy of the revitalised new facilities at Belco Arts was too delicious to pass up – hence their new exhibition – Lake Ginninderra: Nine Ways. The body of work in Lake Ginninderra: Nine Ways was created for the purpose of exhibiting at the Belconnen Arts Centre. Each artist has captured and interpreted the Lake Ginninderra vista through their own medium and viewpoint. 


Eva felt that the scenery around the lake has changed in recent years. New architecture is part of most views. She has created a series of composites looking at the interaction of human and natural aspects of the environment and the strong geometry of the architecture as seen from the recently built boardwalk.

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