Portland art at Mount Tomah’s Earthly Delights festival

THE CHOIR: A work by Sue Daley to feature in the 'Birdlife and Botanica' exhibition this weekend. Picture: SUPPLIED.
THE CHOIR: A work by Sue Daley to feature in the 'Birdlife and Botanica' exhibition this weekend. Picture: SUPPLIED.

Portland artist Sue Daley will have new works featured at the Garden of Earthly Delights arts festival at Mount Tomah this weekend, which celebrates the Blue Mountains Botanic Gardens 30th birthday. 

Ms Daley’s works have been included in the event’s exhibition ‘Botanica and Birdlife’. Ms Daley’s photo montages often use landscapes from the Portland area, as well as native birds and scavenged black-and-white photographs. 

THE ICON: By Sue Daley.

THE ICON: By Sue Daley.

The ‘Botanica and Birdlife’ exhibition features the artworks by twenty-two artists from the Blue Mountain region, drawing inspiration from both the diversity of wildlife species in the World Heritage National Park and the cold climate gardens of Mount Tomah. 

TREASURE HUNT: Photo montage by Sue Daley.

TREASURE HUNT: Photo montage by Sue Daley.

The festival is a two-day event over November 11 and November 12, and involves over fifty artists, including musicians, poets, film, visual artists and performance artists.