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A time machine in line

Walker Street during the 1960s by Gwendolyn Gray
Walker Street during the 1960s by Gwendolyn Gray

An exhibition of a unique collection of line art at the Casino Community and Cultural Centre from Monday, February 4, is set to provide a special walk back in time.

The Essence of Casino in Line presents works by Casino-born artist Gwendolyn Gray and features more than 20 of Casino's original structures as they were around the late 1800s to early 1900s.

Gwendolyn Gray is primarily a historical pen and ink artist. She is passionate about creating an opportunity for people to connect to their heritage and to see the beauty in their town which may otherwise go unnoticed.

The exhibition is being presented by Platypus Gallery. It will be open to the public from 9am-4pm Monday-Friday from Monday February 4 until Wednesday, March 6.


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