Art exhibition at Longmynd gallery

2015-11-04 06:00
Longmynd Art Gallery. Photo: supplied

Longmynd Art Gallery. Photo: supplied

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THE “Free to be” exhibition opens at Longmynd Art Gallery at 6pm on Wednesday, 4 November and will be marked by a performance by Count Filip Kormuth, local concert pianist, composer and pedagogue.

The exhibition brings together six local artists - Sue Whitmore, Hilary Grant-Currie, Margie Currie, Michelle Offerman, Janine Holloway and Lara Melon - all with diverse styles and approaches to their subject matter.

They have created work around the theme “Free to be”, allowing each artist to explore their individual interpretation of freedom in life, in nature, and in being.

Artworks range from oil paintings to charcoal sketches, ink prints to mixed media.

The exhibition promises to be an exciting mix of work that allows the viewer to travel down their own road of interpretation.

Longmynd Art Gallery is at 24 Old Main Road, Hillcrest. Contact 031 765 2878 or

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