Members of the community have been coming together to contribute to an art project slated to help decorate an upcoming festival in the city.
The Griffith Regional Art Gallery has been holding free 'Come Craft With Us' sessions to help prepare a community artwork project which is slated to decorate areas of the Piccolo Family Farm for the upcoming A Day In The Orchard festival.
The project will take the form of decorated shapes which will be strung up around the festival to help decorate the site.
Art gallery coordinator Raymond Wholohan said more than 60 pieces have been finished during the first three weeks, with community members from "all walks of life" contributing their own spin on the project.
"It's nice to create a sense of community and inclusion," Mr Wholohan said.
"We've had a huge array of different people come in and create different shapes - I'm staggered by some of the creativity and interesting things people in our community have done.
"People are actually coming back and taking pride and care in actually creating and crafting their shape, which we're really excited and enthusiastic about."
Designs of all shapes and sizes have been created for the installation, with oranges, rainbows and wine bottles some of the finished works.
If you would like to create your own work for use in the installation, you can do so by visiting the Griffith Regional Art Gallery between 11am and 2pm on Saturday or Sundays until March 1.