The second SALA exhibition at Clayton Bay, "Perhaps its the Water", was officially opened by Alexandrina Mayor Keith Parkes on Saturday, August 18.
Despite the cold weather, 60 people attended the opening and were entertained by a capella group, Heaven Knows, led by local Point Sturt resident Helen Waghorn.
Clayton Bay seems to attract those with an artistic flair with 16 local artists displaying their work and showcasing many different art forms including upcycled items, mosaics, paintings, ceramics and more.
Visitors came from far and wide over the weekend and were impressed with the variety and quality of works on display.
Demonstrations of lampwork glass bead making and woven rope mat-making intrigued onlookers with more demonstrations planned for next weekend.
If you have not been to Clayton Bay why not put it on your SALA to-do list.
The exhibition is open again next weekend, Saturday, August 25 and Sunday, August 26 at the Community Hall.