“Canberra Now” Exhibition Extended for a limited time at Aarwun Gallery.
As you know its been an incredibly busy few weeks with so many events being held and launched during this years Centenary of Canberra.
One of the exhibitions that I have been participating in has been the “Canberra Now – Come and See How They See Canberra” which is being held at Gold Creek, North Canberra in the Aarwun Gallery.
Opened on Friday October 18, 2013, I know that there were a few disappointed art enthusiasts who didn’t get to view this gorgeous exhibition, so I am very happy to let you know that you still have the opportunity as it has been extended until November 17 2013
Unlike quite a few of the Galleries around Canberra, the Aarwun Gallery is open 7 days a week, from 10 -5pm situated in the gorgeous Gold Creek Village, it makes a lovely morning of Art and brunch at one of the many cafes dotted around the gallery.
Alongside the three etchings of scullers on Lake Burley Griffin, there are also two of my animal etchings, one of which is a gorgeous little etching of Barton Estate’s (http://www.bartonestate.com.au ) dog, a gorgeous dalmatian – Marty. He is a bit of a favourite amongst the visitors and wine connoisseurs at the Cellar Door.
If you would like to know more about the Gallery please visit their website at http://www.aarwungallery.com