Blog Home
2021-03-03 Community & Lifestyle

Local art on public display thanks sponsorship from Gallery by Satterley

Thanks to a sponsorship from Satterley’s Gallery estate, the Willagee Community Art Group was able to host an exhibition of their works at a professional gallery for the first time its 12-year history.

The exhibition, entitled Diversity for the range of mediums represented, was on display at Earlywork in South Fremantle for 12 days from 10 February featuring acrylic, watercolour, pastel and sculptural art pieces.

The talents of these local creatives were duly recognised by art lovers with 12 pieces selling on the opening night and some 30 works finding new homes over the exhibition period, representing well over half of the art on display.

“We are a hobby group who do art for pleasure, but nothing is more rewarding than to have your work appreciated,” said Willagee Community Art Group member Annette Jacobs who sold several watercolour paintings.

“We have a few trained artists as members, but we welcome anyone to be part of the group. It’s great because we can all help, mentor and critique each other.”

Members of the Willagee Community Arts Group delighted with their first professional exhibition.

The Willagee Community Art Group meet weekly on Monday afternoons between 12.30pm – 3.30pm. While the Willagee Community Centre is undergoing renovations, they have been relocated to Leisurefit Melville on Canning Highway.

Diversity follows the recently opened public art installation Nexus, showcasing art as a prominent feature of Gallery, a new neighbourhood offering a beautifully integrated lifestyle of architecture, nature, and history with all the convenience of the surrounding amenity.

Talking about the sponsorship, Satterley’s Community Development Manager Amy Blundell said, “As a new member of the Willagee community, we are delighted to be able to play a positive role in helping to strengthen existing groups and activity.”

“With public art being such a prominent feature in the estate, supporting the local arts scene felt like a natural fit.”

“The Diversity exhibition has created a real sense of community pride."

Members of the Willagee Community Arts Group delighted with their first professional exhibition.

For people looking to take their next big step in buying a new home, Gallery is a new micro-community inspired by creativity and has been carefully curated through its design to add depth and colour to the everyday.

For more information about Gallery visit or contact Blake on 08 6117 3059 or
For enquiries about the Willagee Community Art Group, please call 9364 0848.

Sign up for the latest Gallery updates

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

* Denotes required field

Thankyou for subscribing.

Related Articles

2021-02-09 Community & Lifestyle

Gallery’s Public Artwork

To curate a community that reflects Gallery’s vision, the estate features its very own public art trail for residents to enjoy with family and friends.

Read More
2019-08-14 Industry News

More than just a land estate, everything is art at ‘Gallery’ the newest neighbourhood by Satterley

Satterley is pleased to announce that works have commenced onsite at its newest Perth project, ‘Gallery’.

Read More
2020-06-01 Community & Lifestyle

Behind the scenes into the making of Gallery

Gallery is situated just 20 minutes from the CBD in the City of Melville, on a historic site that’s been loved for generations. From its conception, Gallery has been designed to integrate all the key aspects of an ideally integrated lifestyle.

Read More