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'Kangaroo Valley Artists' Larraine Hahlos, Lance Brown and Dawn Daly at the official exhibition opening.

'Kangaroo Valley Artists' Larraine Hahlos, Lance Brown and Dawn Daly at the official exhibition opening.

The current Grenfell Art Gallery exhibition  titled ‘Kangaroo Valley Artists’ will be on display until Sunday September 10, 2017.

The three artists based in Kangaroo Valley NSW, all with different styles, each inspired by the tranquility and magic of the picturesque landscape will impress all who view their works.

Lance Brown is Kangaroo Valley Leadlights, with around thirty years experience and recently held workshops at Grenfell. Lance loves teaching his traditional art / craft so others can understand the limitless styles and designs which can be created with stunning glasses. Lance will be displaying several pieces and is available for commissions.

Dawn Daly will be exhibiting many of her sought after works in oil paintings and drawings. Dawn’s commissioned portraits of dogs are magnificent and will also be showing her prized landscape works.  A life- long artist as graphic designer, cartoonist, ceramicist and an oil painter – an artist with true talent for all seasons.

Larraine Hahlos also an oil painter will be showing mainly her works depicting the beautiful Kangaroo Valley. Over the years, Larraine’s colours and style, have seen her works hanging in many homes throughout Australia and abroad and her art will delight you. 

For further information regarding the  “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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