original Art From
margaret river Artists

If you can’t make it to Margaret River we hope to make it easy for you to purchase your art here.

You can be confident that this is all original art and curated to offer you a variety of styles.

You can be assured that this art sells at a fair price.

You are buying from Margaret River’s local artists.

And when you visit the studio you will be most welcome!

Cooling down in Town


Blooming wildflowers, dewy mornings and falling leaves – This Noongar season is a beautiful time of the year in Margaret River.

Local artists are inspired by their surroundings and capture time and place in many different ways. Whether it is a figurative painting or an abstract piece, nature very often plays a central role in our artists’ creative expression.

Enjoy Margaret River Art.

On the Wadandi by Deanne Haddow. Large artwork


July Exhibition

@ Margaret River Art Studio, 101 Bussel Hwy, Margaret River


Watercolour botanicals

Watercolour artist Veritas Fazakerley will show her latest body of works. She captures the rich bio-diversity of the flora and fauna that makes the region so special. Native flowers like banksias and red flowering gums brighten up the Studio as she always paints from real specimens.

VeritasWhetheris an award-winning artist based in Yallingup. Her compositions derive from ongoing studies of the local species – branches from her garden and environment serve as models.

Characteristic of her pieces is the authentic detail through exceptionally fine brush strokes and vivid colour through multiple layers of paint.

All works are done on archival paper and professionally framed.

September Exhibition

@ Margaret River Art Studio, 101 Bussel Hwy, Margaret River

Chris Williamson

Illustration and object art

“ My drawing allows me the opportunity to explore, observe, comment and criticise. My subject matter ranges over history, landscape, industry, poetry and the follies of man. I draw with the passion for the past, a devotion to detail and sometimes a keen eye for faintly ridiculous.”
Chris Williamson.