A bright, colourful photo art exhibition is adorning the walls of the Old Police Station at Goolwa.
Goolwa man Lars Heldmann has taken photos around the world and put them through software to turn them into a painting, and now he is sharing them with the community in his exhibition Graphika.
“Nothing is staged, every composition is given,” Mr Heldmann said.
“It’s reality and the everyday, the extraordinary and ordinary.
“It’s bold, it’s striking, with line work and geometry.”
It is not just his photos hung on the wall for display – one is on a street sign, another is on the floor, and props used during the process are part of the exhibition, which is open until February 18.
“It’s very contemporary. People can join in; the intention is to share everyday life,” he said.
“My life is a whole journey – I want them to feel that journey.”
There are a total of 26 images and all are for sale, available in small, medium and large sizes.