Art springs from Nimbin

Nimbin artist Rob Harle has a special way of looking at things. His artwork Guardians at the Doors of the Nanoworld will be on display at the annual Nimbin Spring Arts Exhibition, which opens this Saturday.

The Nimbin Spring Arts Exhibition will celebrate its 15th anniversary when it opens for the thousands of visitors who flock through Nimbin during the busy school holidays.

The exhibition features the works of many of Nimbin Valleys fine artists, craft workers, designers, photographers and installation artists. Its open daily throughout the holidays from 10am-4pm. Entry is free and most works are for sale. The exhibition also features a series of grand piano and other music recitals.

The Spring Arts Exhibition begins this Saturday, September 30, and runs until October 15.

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