Grenfell Art Gallery news

The Grenfell Art Gallery will trial their first official evening opening for their new exhibition titled ‘Kangaroo Valley Artists’.

The opening will take place on Friday August 4 at the Art Gallery in the Grenfell Community Hub from 5.30pm – 7pm, all members of the community are invited to attend. 

Entry is free but residents are asked to RSVP by Monday July 31 to the newly appointed Weddin Shire Arts & Tourism officer Verdel Maclean, who will be replacing Claire whilst she is on maternity leave.

To RSVP phone 02 6343 2059 or email verdel@grenfell.org.au.

Light refreshments will be provided.

The exhibition will be on display from Friday August 4 until Sunday September 10, 2017.

The Artists:

‘Kangaroo Valley Artists’ By Dawn Daly, Larraine Hahlos & Lance Brown

Three artists based in Kangaroo Valley NSW, all with different styles, each inspired by the tranquility and magic of the picturesque landscape.

Dawn Daly:

Dawn’s works are beautifully composed oil portraits of dogs, people and flora.

As a graphic artist, Dawn has illustrated children’s books and a short story book by R.M. Williams.

Larraine Hahlos:

Larraine’s works are of an atmospheric nature, depicting Australian landscapes in the various mediums of watercolour, acrylic and oil.

Lance Brown:

Lance will showcase a range of leadlight pieces from traditional to whimsical. Lance has thirty years of leadlight glass experience.

For further information regarding the official opening evening for “Kangaroo Valley Artists” or the Grenfell Art Gallery in general contact Verdel on 02 6343 2059.

Or visit http://www.grenfell.org.au/attractions/events

A beautiful example of graphic artist Dawn Daly's stunning oil portraits.

A beautiful example of graphic artist Dawn Daly's stunning oil portraits.

Lance Brown will captivate you with his stunning pieces.

Lance Brown will captivate you with his stunning pieces.

Larraine Hahlos' talented landscapes are sure to be a discussion point at the exhibition opening.

Larraine Hahlos' talented landscapes are sure to be a discussion point at the exhibition opening.

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