Heaven Scent by Mel Naylor

Roxy Gallery in Kyogle is celebrating women with an art exhibition by over 15 local women called W.I.C.C.A.Wicca is the pre-Christian pagan cult of witchcraft where women had special power and insight and used such craft to enhance their lives.Or, as the exhibition artists see it, W.I.C.C.A. stands for Working, Ironing, Cooking, Caring, Art the modern craft of women.The women of the Kyogle region have been busy (as always) working, ironing, cooking, and caring while placing their art at the Roxy Gallery for an exhibition that showcases the extraordinary creativity of the female in the area.This creativity is manifested in a diversity of media painting , printmaking, sculpture, photography, tapestry, miniature model making, basketry, beading and ceramics.W.I.C.C.A. is indeed a celebration of what women do in everyday life.There will be a grand opening with a fashion parade at the gallery this Friday, March 16, at 6pm.W.I.C.C.A. runs until April 7.For more info phone Roxy Gallery on 6632 3518.

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