IMPRESSIVE: Woolgoolga Art Group members Jenny Storum and Marilyn Bloor with John Van Der Kolk’s sculpture Sentinel No 7.
IMPRESSIVE: Woolgoolga Art Group members Jenny Storum and Marilyn Bloor with John Van Der Kolk’s sculpture Sentinel No 7. Rob Wright

Lillipilli Art judges kept busy

JUDGES for the 2010 Coffs Harbour Lillipilli Art and Craft Exhibition will be hard at work in the Coffs Harbour Showground’s Norm Jordan Pavilion today.

Their task is to select winners in sections ranging from fibre art to sculpture and from photography to oil painting.

Yesterday the members of the Woolgoolga Art group, which organises the exhibition, spent a long hard day unwrapping, hanging and displaying more than 450 pieces of artwork.

The exhibition opens at 7.30pm today with the presentation of prizes.

The exhibition will then remain open to the public from April 10-18, from 9.30am to 4pm daily at the Norm Jordan Pavilion.

Tonight’s gala opening is $10pp and entry fee for the remainder of the exhibition is $5pp.

Everyone is welcome and invited to vote for the People’s Choice Award, which will be presented at the close of the exhibition. Inquiries WACG 66547076, email woolgoolgaartgroup@yahoo.com.au



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