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Anything Goes in Art Society's latest exhibition

Anything Goes art
There were no bounds when it came to creating an art piece or two for the Bundaberg Art Society’s last official exhibition of the year.

When it comes to art, anything goes, and if you pop along to Bundaberg Art Society this week you can view their Any Goes art exhibition.

There were no bounds when it came to creating an art piece or two for the Bundaberg Art Society’s last official exhibition of the year.

Bundaberg Art Society president Marilyn Batty said the talented artists had been very busy producing more than 90 works and the doors to the exhibition opened on Friday evening.

Whether it was a sculptured masterpiece, an intricate drawing, or a large oil painting, the limit on subject or creativity is endless.

“Anything Goes is just what it says,” Marilyn said.

“Without the restrictions or themes our members have produced exciting paintings, drawings, lino prints, sculptures both for indoor and outdoor in many styles and mediums.”

Anything Goes art
When it comes to art anything goes, and if you pop along to Bundaberg Art Society this week you can view their Any Goes art exhibition.

Marilyn said art society members have responded to the way the community had to live with the pandemic by keeping busy and encouraging others to participate.

“This is a very uplifting exhibition with both traditional mediums and very contemporary out of the

box work that will just make you smile,” she said.

“We have our gift shop full of exciting locally produced Christmas cards, small gifts, jewellery and paintings well priced to fill the stockings or secret Santa.”

To check out the Anything Goes art exhibition pop into The Hazzard Gallery on Walker Street, between 9am and 2pm Tuesday and Thursday, 9am to noon Saturday, or by appointment.

For more information about Bundaberg Art Society check their Facebook page.

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