Gin Gin Courthouse Gallery is excited to showcase works from local artist Patricia Andrews in its January exhibition.
Unearthed, will be on display from Saturday, 8 January with a range of unique works making up the exhibition.
The exhibition showcases earth as a medium, using various subtle tones of limestone throughout which create organic quality and textured paintings that are full of depth and softness.
Patricia’s works are unique and inspired by nature, using coloured resin throughout the exhibition to add illusions of water or gems hidden amongst the layers of earth.
This is then finished with a coat of cold wax that gives depth of colour and a softness to touch.
The exhibition will officially open to the public on Saturday, 8 January with the public invited to a official opening with light refreshments and the opportunity to meet Patricia from 2pm.
The exhibition will be running until Wednesday, 2 February.
The Gin Gin Regional Courthouse Gallery is a community organisation run and operated by volunteers.
The Gin Gin Courthouse Gallery is located at 80a Mulgrave Street, Gin Gin, next to the police station.
Normal Gallery hours are Tuesday to Friday from 9am to 4pm.
Admission to the gallery is Free. Disabled Access to the Gallery and amenities are available.
You can find more information about the Gin Gin Courthouse Gallery here.
Unearthed Gin Gin Courthouse Gallery exhibition details:
What: Unearthed, by Patricia Andrews
Where: Gin Gin Regional Courthouse Gallery
When: Saturday, 8 January – Wednesday, 2 February
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