LOCAL ARTIST: Bundaberg Art Society member Ray Key hangs artwork in preparation for the Our Landscape exhibition which opens this weekend. Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail
LOCAL ARTIST: Bundaberg Art Society member Ray Key hangs artwork in preparation for the Our Landscape exhibition which opens this weekend. Photo: Mike Knott / NewsMail Mike Knott

Scenes for the senses

SCENERIES from around Australia will catch the eyes of Bundaberg locals throughout the month of July as the Landscapes exhibition launches tonight.

The Bundaberg Art Society has more than 70 pieces of artwork on display with some first-time artists displaying their work.

Bundaberg Art Society President Marilyn Batty said there was everything from lino prints, acrylics to oil paintings.

"With all local artists the artwork has been inspired from landscapes from all around Australia," Mrs Batty said.

Exhibition co-ordinator Marion Berry said this exhibition was the first held for the year because the society had been so busy.

"It will be on display this Saturday and Sunday at the Hazzard Gallery," Mrs Berry said.

"It's free to come and have a look and we are kid friendly."

Active member Ray Key said with 90 members in the society and around 30 entering their artwork it would be a show not to be missed.

"We are a group of like minded people who love artwork come along and have a look," Mr Key said.

Exhibition open times: Saturday 9am - 3pm and Sunday 10am - 2pm

At Hazzard Gallery, 95 Walker Street



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