Hervey Bay Regional Gallery volunteer Judy Birt installing works in the new exhibition We Are All One Under The Skin by Chris Harrison. This work is titled Tribal Families.
Hervey Bay Regional Gallery volunteer Judy Birt installing works in the new exhibition We Are All One Under The Skin by Chris Harrison. This work is titled Tribal Families. Alistair Brightman

Pens, paints and canvasses bring a splash of colour

TWO contrasting exhibitions, one showcasing vibrant landscapes and another welcoming viewers into an unusual and surreal world, open at the Hervey Bay Regional Gallery on Friday.

Organisers describe We Are All One Under the Skin as a collection of unusual pen and ink works by New South Wales artist Christine Harrison.

Sunshine Coast artist June McCotter has prepared the other display, In Salubrious Arenas, and through it she is said to unlock the healing power of the Australian landscape.

We Are All One Under the Skin and Salubrious Arenas will be on display until Sunday, June 30,at Hervey Bay Regional Gallery, in the Fraser Coast Cultural Centre, 166 Old Maryborough Rd, Pialba (car park entry via Charles St).

The gallery is open from 10am to 4pm daily and entry is free.

For more information, phone 4197 4206.



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