Getting two views on still life pieces

Currently on exhibition at the Clare Valley Wine, Food and Tourism Centre is 'Two Views'.

An exhibition by Julie Lloyd, of Burra, and Karen Slape, of Riverton, it's the first time the pair have put their works together on display for all.

Opened on October 17, the exhibition shows the works of both artists and how they portray their views on everyday items.

The exhibition shows a number of still life paintings from the regular art show exhibitors.

Artist and Auburn resident, Nona Burden, officially opened the exhibition and welcomed visitors from throughout the Clare Valley, Victoria, Victor Harbor, Adelaide and the Adelaide Hills.

With the support of those at the opening, both artists were able to proudly show their works with Nona commenting on their high standard.

The exhibition has been held from October and will conclude this Sunday, November 17.

Artists' work is for sale and all visitors to the centre are welcome and able to view the works on display.

Clare Valley Wine, Food and Tourist Centre is open 9am-5pm seven days a week.