Ken and Julie Campbell enjoyed catching up with Nellie Moulds and Ben Rixon.
Nellie Moulds shows off her beautiful sea shell jewelry. Nellie found many of her shells while living near the Kiah River mouth.
Kimberley Dodd showed off an assortment of her art work including this stunning still life.
Jan Blaxter and Fay Davidson admired the lovely wood work on display.
Anne and Ross Loftus from Wonboyn took advantage of the picnic tables on sale at Art on Imlay.
Councillor Sharon Tapscott and Eden CWA president Margaret Kirkwood admired the indigenous artwork.
The organisers prepare to announce the winners of the Whale Festival photography competition.
Winners in the Whale Festival photo competition take a bow.
Deb Richardson and Ken Campbell.
Helen Webb and Gail Ward catch up.
Three cheers for Art on Imlay organisers and artists.
The setting sun gleamed through the windows on the many visitors and locals who gathered at Art on Imlay tonight to enjoy a friendly catch up before the official Whale Festival launch tomorrow at the Eden Killer Whale Museum at 1.30pm. Were you there?