Three senior artists are getting together for a combined exhibition in Gosnells to coincide with WA Seniors Week in November.
Exhibition supervisor Willemina Foeken said it is not the first time she and her fellow artists, Shirley Winstanley and Georgia Efford, have got together for an exhibition.
"We are just three women who can't stop painting," she said.
Willemina, who teaches art from her own studio, has exhibited widely in Australia and overseas.
Her preferred subjects are people and still-life in various media.
"At the exhibition I will be working on portraits and still-life in pastels," she said.
"People will be able to have their portrait drawn for just $30 for a half hour drawing."
Shirley is self-taught and has been an exchange artist to Italy, has paintings in collections in Australia and overseas and conducts workshops in drawing and painting.
Georgia Efford has been a specialist art teacher and a university lecturer in art history, painting and drawing.
"The last five years feel like a flowering through oil painting, working on the theme of nature and time," she said.
The three will be selling works for much lower prices than usual, aiming at the Christmas market.
The exhibition runs from November 11-23, Whiteley Fishbowl Gallery, The Agonis Building, 2232D Albany Highway, Gosnells.
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