The walls of the Mullumbimby Comprehensive Healthcare Centre have once again been brought to life with diverse and colourful artworks by local artists.
Ten artists contributed 46 pieces to the third exhibition in the space, which refreshes every six months.
The exhibition space known as the H’Art Gallery features more than 100 metres of hanging space on two levels.
The H’Art Gallery is curated by Mullumbimby artist Solveig who says the exhibition offers an important service to artists and the community.
“It’s often very hard for artists to get their work seen by the public and it’s usually prohibitively expensive or exclusive to be shown at a quality gallery,” Solveig says.
“The H’Art Gallery is a wonderful healing space with beautiful walls and display area that really allows the community to enjoy the artwork.”
“The Healthcare Centre has provided a great resource that will provide enjoyment and excitement for years to come.”
Solveig has her five-piece child series on display and joins a stable of artists, including Bill Veale, Jerry Cook, Gail Grey, Laura Tate, Dominique Quirke, Zion Levy, A. Biel, Liz Friend and deceased artist Peter Saint.
The exhibition is open to the public during the Mullumbimby Comprehensive Healthcare Centre’s normal trading hours and the works will be on display until the exhibition is refreshes in August.
Local artists are encouraged to apply to display their work at the next exhibition by contacting Solveig on 0401 647 325 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.