Wendy Dixon-Whiley is a Visual / Street Artist working within drawing, painting and experimental practice. Wendy has managed notable Adelaide Hills public art projects such as the Childs Road pedestrian tunnel as part of an Arts SA ‘Arts Pitch’ grant as well as completing various commissions and running workshop programs in the Adelaide Hills region. Wendy has held several solo exhibitions and participated in multiple group exhibitions and is currently the Artist in Residence at the Hahndorf Academy.
About this event
'Contrapasso' is a solo exhibition by Visual Artist Wendy Dixon-Whiley consisting of 524 individual works that aim to bring the epic 13th Century poem 'Inferno' by Dante Alighieri to modern audiences at the historic Hahndorf Academy in the Adelaide Hills.