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Reflecting On Realism (S) exhibition

Reflecting on Realisms

17 January 2018

Gunnedah Bicentennial Creative Arts Gallery will be exhibiting the detailed and realistic works of four talented artists from Gunnedah, Tamworth and Narrabri.

The four artists, Peter Stewart, Judy Nobilo, Daniel Stanley and Lauren Miller, have collaborated to bring ‘Reflecting on Realism (S)’ to the gallery.

Gunnedah Shire Council’s Arts and Cultural Officer Lauren Mackley said each artist is at varying stages in their artistic development, however their technical ability is “extraordinary”.

“This is a must see, the works that will be showcased are amazing. All of the exhibiting artists resonate with the core principles of realism; precision, detail and accurate visual representations of their subject matter,” Ms Mackley said.

“The exhibition will showcase famous masterpieces and stars remastered, the fine hair in animals fur coats and scenes that populate the world.

“This is an exhibition that takes the viewer on a voyage that blurs the lines of reality with fiction.”

Opening night will be held on Friday, 9 February at 6pm and the exhibition will be on display until 5 March.

For more information on the exhibition please contact Gunnedah Shire Council’s Arts and Cultural Officer Lauren Mackley on (02) 6740 2100.

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Media Contact: Ashley Gardner 6740 2100.

Keep in Touch

Reflecting On Realism (S) exhibition

Reflecting on Realisms

17 January 2018

Gunnedah Bicentennial Creative Arts Gallery will be exhibiting the detailed and realistic works of four talented artists from Gunnedah, Tamworth and Narrabri.

The four artists, Peter Stewart, Judy Nobilo, Daniel Stanley and Lauren Miller, have collaborated to bring ‘Reflecting on Realism (S)’ to the gallery.

Gunnedah Shire Council’s Arts and Cultural Officer Lauren Mackley said each artist is at varying stages in their artistic development, however their technical ability is “extraordinary”.

“This is a must see, the works that will be showcased are amazing. All of the exhibiting artists resonate with the core principles of realism; precision, detail and accurate visual representations of their subject matter,” Ms Mackley said.

“The exhibition will showcase famous masterpieces and stars remastered, the fine hair in animals fur coats and scenes that populate the world.

“This is an exhibition that takes the viewer on a voyage that blurs the lines of reality with fiction.”

Opening night will be held on Friday, 9 February at 6pm and the exhibition will be on display until 5 March.

For more information on the exhibition please contact Gunnedah Shire Council’s Arts and Cultural Officer Lauren Mackley on (02) 6740 2100.

ENDS

Media Contact: Ashley Gardner 6740 2100.