REBECCA Cross, Joanne Freeman and Brian Gilmont display some of their work
REBECCA Cross, Joanne Freeman and Brian Gilmont display some of their work

Uninhibited works on display



MORE than 20 artists with a disability have been working with artist and curator Kathryn Cleland to produce an amazing array of beautiful and intriguing paintings, drawings, mixed-media works, clay pieces, banners and installations.

These works will comprise the Uninhibited exhibition at the old Tweed River Regional Art Gallery from December 12 to 22 produced by disabled artists at Tweed Valley Respite Service during 2004.

More than 50 unique pieces will be for sale at the Fifth City of Arts Space in Tumbulgum Road, Murwillumbah.

Works are catalogued and suitable for adding to private collections and gifting. If you appreciate unique art don't miss the raw talent of the Uninhib- ited exhibition.



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