Friendly Opening at Blue Knob Gallery


Over wet hills and dale we traversed the recently flooded northern rivers to arrive at the Opening of ‘Ancestry’ at Blue Knob Gallery and Cafe. Immediately welcomed by the delightful Christine, I was so pleased to see my work hung and displayed so tastefully. The attending crowd reflected the area we now live in – on the alternative side, appreciative of the Arts and dressed on the slightly Bohemian side. Bill with his long locks fitted right in. Such a beautiful gallery with an interesting history as it used to be the local hall. The icing on the cake or should I say the creme brûlée is the cafe’s delectable food cooked by local artist Rebecca and her Frenchman Simon. Magnifique! Photographer Marie also had her Opening of stunning portraits of local identities. Her camera kept clicking, capturing the happy faces and ‘my cleavage’ she laughingly said. I look visiting this gorgeous gallery again. Open Thursday – Sunday on Blue Knob road near Nimbin.

http://www.blueknobgallery.com/exhibitions.

Published by lindafrylinkanderson

I am an Artist, Adventurer, Author and Teacher who wears sarongs. I love to draw from life, sail around the world and have written 2 books: 1. Sailing in my Sarong - a 30 year dream 2. Salvage in my Sarong - The Mediterranean Dream in a rescued boat. See my website : www.valiam.com.au Or email me : valiam1@hotmail.com

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