LIFE?S AN INSPIRATION: Art teacher Lynne Hudson in front of one of the pieces of art that will be for sale at the exhibition sh
LIFE?S AN INSPIRATION: Art teacher Lynne Hudson in front of one of the pieces of art that will be for sale at the exhibition sh

The art of energy as a cancer fundraiser



TEACHER and students have combined for an art exhibition that will showcase the energy, drama and emotion that can be achieved through painting.

Currumbin art teacher Lynne Hudson hand-picked two of her most talented students from her Creative Brushstrokes art class to produce Life's Inspirations which opened at the Robina Art Gallery on Wednesday.

Ms Hudson said that she, along with students Lynne Bray and Coralie Johnston, put on the exhibition to showcase their vastly different works, and to raise money for cancer research.

Having all been touched by cancer, Ms Hudson stressed the main reason for the exhibition was to raise money for the cause and said all money raised through sales would go to the research of the disease.

Life's Inspirations will run at the Robina Art Gallery until March 1 and will open at 9am every day, closing at 6pm on weekdays except on Thursday, March 23 when it will close at 7pm; Saturday 9am to 3pm and Sunday 12pm to 4pm. Call 0402264816.



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