Well seasoned

If youre in need of a last-minute Chrissy gift, take a drive out to Kyogle where youll find affordable, original art from 32 accomplished artists in the annual Roxy Gallery Christmas show.

Entitled Seasoned, the exhibition features a huge variety of pieces from traditional watercolour landscapes to unusual sculpture, paintings both small and large, drawings, jewellery, ceramics, cards, prints, mobiles and even tins of dog food.

Everything in the show is unique and individual, so if youre stuck for a beautiful gift for someone special in your life including your pooch drop in and have a look around, said Roxy Gallery director, Ruth Tsitimbinis. If you arent in the present giving mode drop in anyway and indulge your senses in this vibrant, colourful world of local creativity.

Before years end Ruth wanted to say a special thank you to the many volunteers and artists who have worked at the gallery, as well as those people who keep the local arts scene alive by walking through the door each day.

To all the lovers of art and the creative souls that have supported the Roxy Gallery in 2006 we wish you a fun filled festive season, said Ruth. We look forward to igniting your creative passions in the year to come with yet another program of intriguing and outstanding art.

Seasoned is on show until January 13, however, anyone who purchases art can take it with them at the time of sale.

The gallery is located at 143 Summerland Way. It is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 10am-4.30pm.

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