PAINTING FOR CHARITY: Mermaid Waters artist Pam Lethlean with one of her paintings which will be raffled at the art show to ra
PAINTING FOR CHARITY: Mermaid Waters artist Pam Lethlean with one of her paintings which will be raffled at the art show to ra

Time to make a wish



MORE than 100 artists will showcase their work in an exhibition starting on the Gold Coast on Monday to raise money for children's charity Make A Wish Foundation.

The foundation's Gold Coast branch will hold its second annual art show at the Albert Waterways Community Centre to July 2.

The works, to be judged in six categories, will be available for sale.

Featured artists include Pam Lethlean, Judy Pomroy, Lorraine Rogers and Diana Cook while mediums such as sculpture, leadlight and glasswork will be displayed by Ian Hagerty, Glenda Birch and Margaret Goldsmith.

Entry will be by way of a gold coin donation to the foundation and the exhibition will be officially opened at a cocktail party at 6pm on Monday, June 26.

Event organiser Gordana Tyrer said sponsors were required to advertise in the event's catalogue.

The Make A Wish Foundation, celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, is a nonprofit charity which aims to grant children under the age of 18 with a life-threatening illness their cherished wish.

For further information or tickets contact Mrs Tyrer on 0409771885.



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