Garden murals are rare Jules

JULIE Gilmore will hold an 'open house' at her Woolgoolga home and studio on Sunday so interested people can see her garden murals and have the opportunity to buy them.

She will repeat the opening every Sunday until Christmas from 10am to 3pm.

The painter, who blogs as 'gardenjools' has returned to live in Woolgoolga after 25 years away and will donate 50 per cent of the proceeds of all sales to Woolgoolga Public School.

She says she would also be happy to have open days for other schools as well.

The murals are weatherproof and many use recycled materials.

Julie Gilmore describes herself as a 'disabled gardener' following an accident which has restricted her to painting the flowers and shrubs she loves, rather than cultivating them.

She can be found at 27 St Andrews Drive in the Country Club Estate.



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