Re­cy­cled art by lo­cal tal­ent

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GIN Gin Gallery Di­rec­tor Joanne Wright proudly wel­comed Childers artists to Gin Gin as part of their an­nual ex­hi­bi­tion.

The Gin Gin Court­house Gallery is lo­cated next to the po­lice sta­tion.

The quaint lit­tle gallery show­cases lo­cal artists and has many items avail­able from their gift shop.

Tal­ent artist Mrs Wright said the gallery at­tracts many tourists and plenty of lo­cal in­ter­est.

“All the ex­hi­bi­tion open­ings have a great turn out of vis­i­tors and guests,” Mrs Wright said.

“The next ex­hi­bi­tion will be artists from Monto, and it prom­ises to be fan­tas­tic.”

Mrs Wright is cur­rently work­ing on her first cook­book.

“All my recipes are gluten and ad­di­tive free,” she said.

“It’s dif­fi­cult to find de­li­cious gluten free food, so I have been work­ing on a new project.”

Mrs Wright is ex­cited and plans to hold cook­ing classes later this year.

Visit the Gin Gin Court­house Gallery to see the lat­est art on show. PHO­TOS: JODIE DIXON

OFFICALLY OPENED: Mar­sha John­son open­ing the ex­hi­bi­tion in Gin Gin.

Boot Cuffs, made and de­signed by artist Joanne Wright from re­cy­cled ma­te­ri­als.

Artist Ginger Deller-Smith with her lat­est work.

Re­cy­cled ob­jects were used to cre­ate this work.

Art work by lo­cal artist Diane Wilkin­son.

Alice McLaugh­lin with her lat­est masterpiece at the Gin Gin Gallery.

Guests at the open­ing of Childers Vis­ual Arts Group ex­hi­bi­tion in Gin Gin.

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