Exploring the Effect of Settlement on First Peoples Land and Local Wildlife

An SA History Festival exhibition

Helen Stacey & Kathleen Cain 

Stacey Gallery,  17 Harriet St, Strathalbyn

Opening: 2.00 pm Sunday 30th April, 2023.  Both artists will give an informative talk about their work. 

Open Daily 11 am to 4 pm until Sunday 28th May, 2023.

Historic Strathalbyn is an hour’s drive from Adelaide.

Expressive symbolic landscape paintings of early farm sites by Helen Stacey pair with realist pastel and graphite studies of lost regional fauna by wildlife artist Kathleen Cain.  These works reflect on loss of land, lives and wildlife on Ngarrindjeri and Peramangk country.  Award winning artists, both have exhibited nationally & internationally.

Helen’s book HORIZONS, with over 90 images, is also available at $50 .

Helen’s Home Gallery & Studio, 17 Harriet St, Strathalbyn, is open most days.

Visitors may wish to make an appointment:
Phone: 08 85 363 069        (from overseas: +61 8 85 363 069)
Mobile: 0416 075 052         (from overseas: +61 416 075 052)
Email: helen@helenstacey.com.au

“Was… Still Is…” (series): Disused Farm Track Near Strathalbyn


“Redbacked Kingfisher” (pastel and graphite): Kathleen Cain