Space is ship shape

THERE is still time to call into The Liminal Space to enjoy an exhibition which blends photographic images of the coastline with Sue Gorrell's delicate sculptures.

The exhibition is open until February 21.

Sue Gorrell's work, lyrical sailing vessels fashioned from found objects, can also be seen in her own gallery in Bellingen, Ships of the Way.

A professional bead maker, Sue arrived in Australia in 1981 and has exhibited regularly in the region since 2001.

New Zealand born photographer Penelope Lawry moved to Coffs Harbour two years ago. Landscapes and architecture - mainly the coastline and countryside - dominate Penelope's work which is available through The Art Shop and Bellingen markets.

The winner of the Coffs Harbour Council's Vision 2030 Creative Arts Competition, 'Shorelines' is her first photographic exhibition in the region.



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