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Meet Layne, a very talented and aspiring local artist who has been keeping busy crafting up visual wonders through the help of our team and activities on offer for the community at EyrePlus.
Layne is a dedicated, hard-working young woman who has enjoyed her time participating in our Creative Ceduna Activity as part of the Community Development Program (CDP). Amazingly, she has also just wrapped up her 3rd piece of artwork, all produced in the last six months.
Layne is pictured here with her artwork titled ‘Far West Coastline’, which is on its way to the National Indigenous Art Fair held on July 3-4, 2021, in Sydney, where it will be displayed for sale at the exhibition. This impressive piece also took Layne 6 weeks to paint and produce.
Layne has also recently sent another of her impressive works, ‘TJUDNA – Place to sit and rest’ for sale to the Malka Art Prize in Port Augusta.
EyrePlus congratulates Layne for her fantastic artistic endeavour and wishes her every success at these upcoming exhibitions and for the future.
EyrePlus is bringing local experience and knowledge to deliver the Community Development Program (CDP) proudly supported by the National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA).
CDP is an Employment program for both Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians in regional, rural and remote Australia to achieve sustainable employment outcomes by strengthening skills, addressing barriers and contributing to their communities through a range of flexible work-like activities.