The Seymour and District Art Society's latest exhibition has turned the Mitchell Shire Council's chamber into a feast for the eyes.CHALPAT SONTI March 5, 2014 4:57am
Seymour and District Art Society members Wendy Webster, Helen Miles, Valma Crerar, Wid Bradley, Pauline Taylor and Alan Brown with some of the paintings featured in an exhibition at the Mitchell Shire Council chambers in Broadford.
The Mitchell Shire Council chambers in Broadford have been brightened up beyond recognition with the foyer and chamber itself both playing host to an exhibition by Seymour and District Art Society.
The exhibition of works, some of which are on this page, will run through to April, with a public open day on March 15 between 10
The council will continue to use the foyer and chamber for art exhibitions from groups within the shire. Most of the works are available to purchase — contact El McComish on 5734
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