Last Sunday a select group of people came together at the Andamooka Yacht Club for the Mother's Day Art Workshop. Run by Halley Argue, the work shop focussed on capturing the native flora from the surrounding desert scape and playing with vibrant colours. The workshop age group ranged from 7 upwards and produced a variety of beautiful artworks, each with their own individual flair. Andamooka Yacht Club co-owner, Pip Stafford, and local fine art's student, Halley Argue first came up with the idea of running their own art work shop when they met last year at Lauren Webster's (a Sydney based artist) art class, also hosted by the Andamooka Yacht Club. The workshop was organised for Mother's Day so that loved ones could come together and engage in something that would not normally be on offer in this area. "We wanted mother's to create memories with their kids on mother day and I think that defiantly happened! It was such a beautiful, positive and fun afternoon and we just hope that the locals continue to support us so that we can continue to offer something thats a little bit different" (Pip Stafford, co-owner of the Andamooka Yacht Club).