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Something Quirky About Lazy Dog: Long Beach

If you want to experience an art exhibition that is “out there”, then you must visit the Lazy Dog Art Studio when it opens it doors to the public for two days.

To celebrate the River of Art Festival, this studio will be open on Saturday 19 and Sunday 20 May from 9.30am to 4.00pm both days.

On display will be Paul Dimmer’s sculptures dotted throughout the gardens, up-cycled books and bottles and all things Steam Punk by Carmel Cox, and a large body of paintings in all mediums by Adrienne Conway.

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Each of the three Long Beach artists has a very distinct and unique approach to their art. Collectively, the exhibition is truly quirky with something for every art lover.

The public are warmly welcomed to attend. Lazy Dog Art Studio is located at 75 Blairs Road Long Beach.

Enquiries are welcomed on

Above: Paul Dimmer with his sculpture “Bedraggled”, Adrienne Conway with “Shields of Time” and Carmel Cox with her Steam Punk art

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