‘Our Seaside City’ art exhibitions on display

2018-11-21 06:01
One of Barry Rhodes’s beautiful seascapes.                      Photo:SUPPLIED

One of Barry Rhodes’s beautiful seascapes. Photo:SUPPLIED

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ART lovers are in for a treat when local artist, Barry Rhodes’s exhibition hits the Bay, from Wednesday to Friday, November 28 to December 14, at the main mall in Moffett on Main Lifestyle Centre.

Under the theme, Our Seaside City, Rhodes’s exhibitions have become very popular over the last two years, which is why he has continued with this theme.

“I prepare for a year beforehand. The panoramic vistas in our metro have once again inspired me to depict the romance and relationship our lively seaside city has with our beautiful beaches and magnificent bay,” said Rhodes.

The exhibition can be viewed between 09:00 and 17:00 on weekdays, and Saturday and Sunday 09:00 to 13:00.

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