The Equine and WildArt exhibition has something for everyone.CHALPAT SONTI February 26, 2014 4:58am
There is so much to look at in the Old Post Office Seymour fine art gallery’s latest exhibition, it’s hard to know where to start.
The Equine and WildArt exhibition is an extension of an annual favourite — the WildArt exhibition has this year been expanded to include equine works and there are some real eye-catchers among them.
More than 20 acclaimed artists — including bird painter extraordinaire Paul Margocsy, Fiona Anderson, Pamela Conder, Alison Clark and Brett Jarrett — will be on display.
The exhibition will be officially opened at the gallery, 50 Emily St, on Sunday from 11
The free exhibition continues until April 27, Wednesdays to Sundays 11
For more information visit www.artseymour.com.au or phone 5792
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