In the early 90s, Margaret River-based artist Caroline Juniper lived and worked in Fremantle. After a day's work as art teacher at the then-named John Curtin SHS, she would cross town to her studio in Cliff Street.
Here, she created many screen prints of images around Fremantle and further afield to Cottesloe and Rottnest Island.
These works comprised her first solo exhibition in 1992.
Caroline, who has been living in Margaret River for the last 25 years, has recently seen her work used by the Beerfarm in Metricup for their limited release India Pale Ale.
She was also recently commissioned to design a book cover for a Fremantle writer.
Now, the artist will exhibit her vivid, happy screen prints at Earlywork Gallery in Fremantle during April, featuring the latest works under the commission.
Opening night is Thursday 11 April from 6.30pm.
The exhibition runs until April 23 at Earlywork Gallery, 9/330 South Terrace, Fremantle.
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