Deep Winter

Deep Winter is a season full of dark nights when shining stars contrast with the black and blue sky. It is a time of deep sleep, hibernation, shadows, spirits, dreaming, nocturnal animals, glow, cold, fire, short days, stories, folklore, rain, storms and regrowth.

Deep Winter is a visual arts exhibition and installation created by leading West Australian visual artists – Katrina Barber, Greg Barr, Mathew Clarke, Jane Ryan and Amanda White. All lead artists experience intellectual disability and use multidisciplinary practices in the creation of their works.

The exhibition evolves out of collaborative workshops that enable each artist to create art works through industry mentorships. This unmissable exhibition presents and highlights skills and voices from of a diverse collection of WA artists.

Information & Ticketing


Friday 16 July – Sunday 25 July*

Open 10am – 4pm

*(Not open Monday 19 July)

PS Art Space, 22 Pakenham St, Fremantle


Opening Celebration

Friday 16 July 6.30pm – 8.30pm


Artist Talk

Sunday 18 July 1pm



Bat Family by Mathew Clark

Waterfall Hairy Monsters by Mandy White 

Image credit: Susie Waller