Recycled art by local talent
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.