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Artists take their tools to the sea

Local artists will do demonstrations and sell their works at the Beach Reserve.
Local artists will do demonstrations and sell their works at the Beach Reserve. Contributed

ARTISTS and artisans have donned their berets and are ready to brandish the tools of their trade at Easter Monday's art fair.

Woolgoolga Art Gallery's Art by the Sea event takes art to the community.

Artists and craftspeople will provide demonstrations, share their knowledge and sell their works.

You will be able to grab a coffee and some artisan sourdough bread to enjoy while checking out a range of crafts including paintings, woodwork, sculptures, ceramics, jewellery, photography and more.

Proceeds from the event will be used to improve Woolgoolga Art Gallery.

Art by the Sea takes place at the Beach Reserve on March 28 from 9am-2pm.

For more information phone Jane on 0402 757 464 or visit www.woolgoolga gallery.com.au.



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