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1001 Circles Creative Workshop

Join a creative workshop with artist and interior decorator Kerrey Williams at the Warrumbungles Mountain Motel.


Date & Time: 9.30am - 5pm  Saturday 18th June

Price: $120 per person for full day workshop and materials

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1001 Circles Exhibition - Full Circle

Opening Night: 5pm Friday 17th June

Meet artist Kerrey Williams and hear about her journey creating 1001 Circles

Venue: SPACE 41 Dalgarno St Coonabarabran NSW 2357 (Near Clock Tower)

Exhibition Open Friday 17th June to 22nd July

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What the Workshop includes

  • Collaborative and individual creations 

  • Materials all provided

  • Participants take home a completed work framed

  • Morning & afternoon tea and light lunch is included

Kerrey Williams: Reflections on 1001 Circles

“In 2016 I embarked on a creative journey to create an artwork a day, sometimes more.  With one A5 visual diary and a mission to complete a drawing a day, I started by drawing a 12cm diameter circle with pencil. In each circle, using a black fineliner or marker I aimed to create a detailed drawing, pattern or design.


My inspiration would come from what was happening during my day or from my imagination.


Exactly 2 years later I’d created 830 circle drawings and hadn’t yet become tired of the daily practice. I continued on until I reached 1000 and then just one more. The 1001st freehand circle drawing was drawn in the 16th book.


The details, variety, themes and names of each circle creation gives a glimpse into my daily thoughts and life over a period of 2½ years. They include family and friends’ birthdays, seasons or happenings of the day and even an unfortunate accident which had me on pain killers and in hospital waiting for surgery (can you spot these circles?).


As an interior decorator I love the impact of seeing them all together. You might enjoy them too, or favour a particular circle or a particular mark or motif, or the marks made from all 1001; the bleed through of markers and fineliners on the page I used as backing for each drawing – “Incidental Mandala”.”

Why not make it into a fabulous escape!

Enjoy the tranquility and space of the beautiful Warrumbungles Mountain Motel. Stay on site and explore the Warrumbungle Region.


Your family could explore whilst you to do the workshop or come with a group of friends and share the experience of this unique location nestled in the  a picturesque, quiet and peaceful valley, bounded on 3 sides by the Castlereagh River.

The Warrumbungles Mountain Motel offers a range of accommodation and camping options. Please book your accommodation early to save disappointment

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