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Windmill Trust 20th Anniversary Exhibition | Artist Talk, Sandra McMahon

The Windmill Trust supports the professional arts practice of rural and regional artists with an annual scholarship program. The 20th Anniversary Windmill Trust Exhibition follows the career journeys of past scholarship winners, highlighting the growing confidence of individual artists, and the evolution of their individual arts practice.
The exhibition brings together a variety of work including sculpture, print, oil and watercolour paintings, video performance, and photography.
Artists featured in the exhibition include: Camille Kersley, Christine McMillan, Stephanie Jones, Sarra Robertson, Tom Doherty, Jonathan Throsby, Sandra McMahon, Samantha Small, Rachel Ellis, Andy Townsend, Craig Cameron, Tracy Luff, Jane Lander, Nicole Welch, Bradley Hammond, Sally Williams, James Blackwell, Rochelle Summerfield, Harrie Fasher, Duke Albada.
Throughout the 20th Anniversary Windmill Trust Exhibition featured artists will be presenting artist talks.

Sandra McMahon

Sandra will talk about how winning the Windmill Trust Scholarship gave her the confidence to move forward with her career and art practice. This involved continuing to balance working in the arts and the need to continue to develop my own practice.
Sandra McMahon lives and works in Tamworth NSW. Sandra has been working in the Visual Arts for over 30 years. Staring out her career as a Visual Arts teacher/ lecturer at NSW TAFE for 8 years before moving into the gallery sector, where she has worked across a range of positions at 3 Region. Sandra is the owner and Director of WESWAL Gallery, Tamworth.
For more information visit the MAMA website.