Eclectic show success
FLOWERS, camels and polocrosse paintings were the eclectic mix of art work exhibited at the Margie Makim Surprise Surprise art show held recently at Gateway To Training in Goondiwindi.
Margie describes herself as a late blooming artist who has a passion for flowers.
Born in Moree and now living in Brisbane in the heart of the art world, Margie has been a staunch advocate of the north west all her life, being involved in many areas of the community and as a great advocate of rural and country living.
The exhibition will be at Gateway To Training for the month of April and all are welcome to call in and see the wonderful pieces Margie has exhibited and perhaps add to their collections.
LOVELY EVENING: Enjoying the exhibition opening are (from left) Julie Cornes, Jill Tonkin and Jennifer Makim.
Artist Margie Makim (left) talks with Mary Carrigan at the art exhibition opening.
Catching up at Margie's exhibition opening are (from left) Gemma Taylor, Margie Makim and Sarah Little.
All smiles at Margie Makim's exhibition opening are Sallie McKell (left) and Sue Stewart.
Julie Avashai (left) and Helen Woods enjoyed the opening.
Admiring Margie Makim's artworks are (from left) Mike and Jo Henderson, Ros and Bruce Rae.
Enjoying a night of art and friends are (from left) Roger Stewart with Richie and Alison Siddins.