Exhibition 12 February – 9 March 2014 @ Northern Rivers Community Gallery

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I have an exhibition opening in Gallery 1 of the Northern Rivers Community Gallery on 12th Feb until 9th March.

It includes some returning Lino-prints from my December exhibition alongside some new works of birds & Gymea Lily Wildflowers.

The Launch Event is from 5pm to 7pm on Friday 14 February 2014.
Following the exhibition launch the Gallery Café will be open with a special menu for
Valentine’s Day. Bookings are from 6.30pm.

For information contact the Gallery Café on
telephone 6681 3888.

NRCG Exhibition e FEB 2014 WEB

The main exhibitors for February are:


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6 thoughts on “Exhibition 12 February – 9 March 2014 @ Northern Rivers Community Gallery

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