Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery marketing officer Chloe Camilleri encourages everyone to come along to see three new exhibitions.
Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery marketing officer Chloe Camilleri encourages everyone to come along to see three new exhibitions. Max Fleet

Through a glass brightly

INTRICATE pieces that change as the light hits them will be on display at the Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery from this evening.

More than 20 different glass artworks, some delicate and others appearing indestructible, have been loaned to BRAG for its final three exhibitions of the year.

Each of the glass pieces that make up the Ranamok Glass Prize exhibition were all finalists in the 2010 awards - one of the country's most prestigious glass prizes.

BRAG marketing manager Chloe Camilleri said joining the glass exhibition will be Cracked, which showcases artists from Bundaberg, Gin Gin and Childers, and a show featuring the gallery's latest acquisitions.

"All three are so different that there is going to be something there for everyone," she said.

Ms Camilleri said Cracked showed how artists from the Childers Visual Art Group, Gin Gin Fine Art Group and the Bundaberg Art Society reacted to the word "cracked".

"It's always quite interesting when you give a group a broad theme," she said.

"Our local artists are so talented that it's always a good show."

The exhibitions will be on show until February 5.



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