Art ripples Lennox

This painting Non-conformity by Mark Waller is part of his exhibition in Lennox Head.

The international movement known as The Ripple Effect, which has already rolled through America donating over $500,000 to a variety of charities, has now reached the eastern seaboard of Australia, courtesy of artist Mark Waller.

Paul Monk, in the Weekend Australian, wrote, Mark Waller is an artist with a vision. He wants to generate what he calls ripple effects when a small generous act prompts emulation in an ever-widening circle. Waller wants to turn ripple effects into an art form (Just what I would have written...)

Wallers artistic representation of the ripple effect is on display at Boomers Gallery in Lennox Head (6687 7724) from February 25-March 7.

The exhibition will then run at Galloway Galleries in Brisbane from March 10-25.

For info check out Mark Wallers website at www.markwaller.com.au.


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