Four aspects of imagination
Art Aspects Gallery, Lismore, is showcasing the work of four of its valued artists.
Frank Miles uses bronze for its intrinsic beauty and the infinite shapes into which it can be transformed.
Several recurring symbols inhabit Christine Robinson's paintings - cats, flowers, birds, trees, teapots and houses.
Michael King-Prime's work transcends liquidity, peace and drama, applauding the natural landscape with an understanding of transformation.
Soren Carlbergg finds evidence that we live in a multi-dimensional world. We can't access it because of our limited senses, but we do have imagination.
The works are on show till September 30.