In 1909 two Wheatley brothers purchased a mill on the Donnelly River Western Australia operating until 1912 when the Bunnings bros took over during the post world war 2 building boom. The brothers created a community timber milling village... 35 workers cottages were built, Mill Club (the first to allow women), boarding house, general store, butchers shop, school, sports oval and swimming dam. The Village now owned by a private a group have restored the area in its natural character will be launching the first Arts Residency Exhibition at EARLYWORK art gallery in Fremantle Western Australia 6-8 pm 22 October 2016 .
Instagram is an amazing way to connect with all sorts of people from all over the world account (@jodarvall if you want to follow me). It is a great way to see how popular different works are.. I like the freedom to post what ever I like at any time...
Here are some shots of my latest work for the upcoming exhibition Gemstones & Millstreams. And yes I make all my own canvases, this is very tiresome but I get the shapes I want.