Eclec­tic show suc­cess

Central and North Burnett Times - - RURAL WEEKLY -

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.

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