The Nathalia Rotary Art Show features beautifully painted pieces of corrugated iron.November 26, 2012 3:55pm
The Nathalia Rotary Art Show will open on Friday night, with colourful pieces of corrugated iron brightening up the Nathalia Community Centre.
The 11 artworks were created on corrugated sheets of iron and feature subjects such as birds, lakes and flowers - even a dunny door.
The pieces were created by local artists, including Glenda Cornell and Marcia Greig, at a painting day a few weeks ago.
They will be auctioned off over the weekend.
The art show will open on Friday, November 30, from 6.30pm at the Nathalia Community Centre, Robertson St, Nathalia. The show is also open on Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm.
For more information, phone Nathalia Rotary Club secretary Eve Attwood on 5866 3126 or 0407 796 253.
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