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Twilight At The Gallery Mogo & Artist Talk


The Gallery Committee looks forward to welcoming members, their guests and the public to our next Twilight At The Gallery & Artist Talk, Wednesday 20th March 2019. Join us for a glass of bubbles &/or light refreshments. Take the opportunity to view, and purchase the latest works from gallery members, and hear from one of The Gallery's newest members, Robert Creed. Robert is, amongst other things, an Architect, Photographer, Painter and Writer and will share with us his journey through the arts and do a reading of some of his written works. Members of the public are most welcome to be part of this social venture, light refreshments will be provided, but to alleviate the probability of aching legs, bring a folding chair. The venue is The Gallery, 52 Sydney Street (Princes Highway) MOGO and the time is 5.00 – 7.00 pm. For catering purposes, a call to The Gallery on 4474 2243 would be appreciated by 18th March 2019. Featured Artist at The Gallery, Mogo: Laureen Phillips Laureen (Laurie) Phillips is the “returning” featured artist this month. Laurie works in watercolour, acrylicmedium, mixed media, collage as well as sculpture. Laurie, our Gallery Cordinator, is a regular exhibitor in The Gallery and her work is on display until 2nd April.The works in this “feature” are new to the gallery so call in and view her work.


​Above and below: The featured artist this month is Laureen Phillips and her work is on display until 2nd April. Laureen works in both watercolour and acrylic medium and is a regular member of the gallery. These works are new to the gallery so call in and view her work.


The Gallery, Mogo is a co-operative venture of Creative Arts Batemans Bay Incorporated (CABBI), which is a society open to local arts and crafts practitioners. People interested in finding out more about CABBI should drop in to The Gallery, ph. 02 4474 2243, visit us at creativeartsbatemansbay.com.au, facebook,instagram or Pinterest

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