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It’s a Dog’s Life art exhibition opens

It’s a Dog’s Life
There are 10 dog-inspired artworks on display in the It’s a Dog’s Life exhibition at Earth Circle Studios and Gallery.

It’s a Dog’s Life art exhibition is now open at Earth Circle Studios and Gallery as part of the Found! Art Trail.

Earth Circle Studios and Gallery owner and local artist Jassy Watson said there were 10 dog-inspired artworks on display at the Bargara cafe, including artwork from local residents and national artists.

“As artists we all have dogs that are our companions,” Jassy said.

“There are quirky representations of our pets, past and present, in the artworks.

“I have three studio rascals myself.

“So I thought it was really fitting to be part of the Found! Studio Dog exhibition.

“Adrienne’s project is so amazing, I thought I couldn’t not be part of it.”

Jassy said along with the dog-inspired artwork, community members would have the opportunity to immerse in a range of pooch products, including craft and coffee.

“I actually have dog coffee, believe it or not,” Jassy said.

“It’s the DogFather blend by Laughing Pug and I will have it here for the whole month, to help celebrate all things dogs.”

Jassy said dog lovers were welcome to take their four-legged friends into Earth Circle Studios Gallery while they sat and enjoy a coffee or hot chocolate and viewed the dog-inspired artwork in It’s a Dog’s Life.

The Whalley Street, Bargara art gallery and cafe is open Wednesday through to Saturday from 9am to 2pm.

For those who missed it, 110 dog inspired artworks have made their way around the Bundaberg Region in the Found! Studio Dog Exhibition and Art Trail.

Organiser Adrienne Williams said the project had received a wonderful response from the community, and they looked forward to the next few weeks of showcasing man’s best friend.

To find out more about the project or to view the trail click here.

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