Angourie She-Oak by Karyn Fendley.
Angourie She-Oak by Karyn Fendley.

Bronze, beach and textiles

The Northern Rivers Community Gallery in Ballina has three new exhibitions opening next Wednesday, November 10, that will take in everything from bronze sculptures to detailed embroidery and contemporary landscape paintings.

Frank Miles' exhibition A Life of Bronze is an impressive collection of bronze sculptures that shows his mastery of the medium.

Karyn Fendley's exhibition Along the Coast will take visitors on a journey along the coast from Belongil Beach to Red Rock. On her journey she has observed, recorded and interpreted the impact of winds, storms and high tides on coastal landforms and features.

Finally, Everyday Passions is an exhibition of mixed media and textiles work by five local women; Stephanie Lymburner, Sue Sawkins, Shirley Sholtz, Kate Williams and Utoska McLeod, who are collectively known as Arts Fabrika.

All works are for sale and the exhibition will run until Sunday, December 5.


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