Mt Perry celebrates creativity
MOUNT Perry’s talent was on show at 30 Years of Art in the Perry at the weekend.
The small town came to life as people from across the region gathered to celebrate.
Members of the Childers Art Group put on live displays at the event.
Saturday was filled with live music, art, food, drinks, celebrations, a jumping castle and prizes.
There were market stalls on the day, with handicrafts and art being sold.
Music workshops were conducted by Chris Wilson and Robert Throne from Melbourne.
Art workshops were also held during the day for those with a love of art, or for anyone wanting to try their hand at a new technique.
The highlight of the event was the official opening of the new exhibition in the gallery.
There is still plenty of time to see the exhibition as it runs until November 11.
The gallery is open Monday, Thursday, Friday 9am–1pm and Tuesday, Wednesday 9am–4pm.
The exhibition was judged by Dale Leard.
Ms Leard is a well-known Western Queensland artist who moved to Bundaberg a few years ago.
Since retiring, she has continued her love of art by competing in local shows and competitions.
ART ON SHOW: Angela Goldie's acrylic painting of Lace.