Art makes its presence felt

Serpentine Gallery co-op members Anna Jol and Scott Jenkin hang Prudence Lawrences painting The Scent of Sunshine on Grass in readiness for Friday nights opening.

Serpentine Gallery, a newly opened co-operative art gallery in North Lismore, is holding its first annual members exhibition, Presence, with a huge opening night this Friday, December8.

There will be fire dancing, music, belly dancing, delicious food and drink and of course local artwork to peruse and critique.

The title of the exhibition refers to artists having a presence in the community, said Amy Harris, Serpentine Gallery co-op member. But its also about buying presents for Christmas because of course all the artists would love to sell their art.

The opening night party starts at 7pm at the Serpentine Gallery, 17a Bridge Street, right next to the Winsome Hotel.

Artists interested in becoming members of the co-operative or showing their work should phone the gallery on 6621 6845.


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