If you're a fan of reality television, chances are you're already familiar with the creative talents of Smith's Lake artist, Emma Wreyford.
Emma has been commissioned to bring her bright textural abstract paintings to well known TV shows, The Bachelor, The Apprentice, The Biggest Loser and Dating in the Dark.
Her Black Cockatoo in Abstract painting was also chosen by Bindi Irwin for her themed room in the Song Hotel, Sydney.
But if you don't watch realty TV and you haven't stayed at the Song you're in for a treat.
The Great Lakes community and visitors will get a chance to view Emma's work when her new exhibition opens at Pacific Palms this weekend.
It's the second show to be unveiled at the new Lake View Gallery, a joint initiative between Pacific Palms Arts Inc and Pacific Palms Recreation Club to provide more cultural experiences for residents and tourists.
The new art space, located within the club, will rotate locally produced large artworks every 6-8 weeks.
Commissions from the sale of all artworks will be used to support creative arts projects at Pacific Palms Public School.
Lake View Gallery curator, Cathie Garrod said she's been blown away by the talent that had come forward to take part in the rolling exhibition program.
"It's so exciting to give our local artists a new space to showcase their amazing work," she said.
Ms Garrod said she was delighted to show the exceptional abstract paintings of Emma Wreyford.
Emma's bold paintings have been widely praised for exploring the expansive space, rhythm and intensity of colour found in Australia's landscape.
Her solo exhibition opens at Pacific Palms Recreation Club this Sunday, August 18 at 4pm and continues until October 12.
Entry is free and all are welcome.
More information about the new Lake View Gallery can be found on the Pacific Palms Art website HERE.
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