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Barbara Bajc paintings on show at School of Arts Gallery

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Artist Barbara Bajc ready to welcome people to her exhibition in the School of Arts Gallery.

Barbara Bajc has exhibited her paintings at the Bundaberg School of Arts 10 times over the years.

So it is fitting that hers is the first exhibition in the ground floor gallery of the historic School of Arts building now that COVID-19 restrictions have eased.

“It’s a really, really wonderful space and I always love coming back here,” Barbara said.

Barbara will be displaying around 60 watercolour paintings, which will all be available for sale, along with cards and books.

She has been painting for 40 years, using the “plein air” practice, which is painting on site.

“I paint a lot of landscapes, wildflowers and still life and I still think it’s the best way to capture the beauty of nature.”

Some of the subjects include Baldwin Swamp, Elliott Heads and Burnett Heads.

Barbara’s exhibition is open all this week, until Saturday, from 9am til 4pm daily, in the Gallery Space, on the right hand side of the ground floor of the historic School of Arts building, 184 Bourbong Street, Bundaberg.

Barbara Bajc
Artist Barbara Bajc at her exhibition in the School of Arts Gallery.

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