Ken Taber: floor talk and exhibition July 10th to 29th

Ken Taber started painting professionally in 1968 after a move to Pittwater, Sydney. He changed from oil to acrylic painting 15 years ago which gave rise to semi-impressionistic bright coloured work. His work has been distributed across eighty galleries Australia wide. These days his paintings are a continuation of that impressionistic style but with more attention to detail, with a return to an old world approach through his seascapes.

Artist floor talk: Tuesday 18 July, 5pm to 6pm

Exhibition: 10 to 29 July 2017

Where: Batemans Bay Library, Hanging Rock Place, Batemans Bay

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