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Anglesea’s artistic talent will be on display for three weeks starting next Friday.
The exhibition will feature works from 14 local artists, Anglesea Art Studio’s Cinnamon Stephens said.
“Now people can see examples of all of our studios in the one space.”
The Anglesea group began in 2015 when the 14 artists joined forces following the Surf Coast Arts Trail.
“We realised that our studios are unique in Anglesea as we are all full time artists, most of us are living off our creativity,” Cinnamon said.
“Our artwork ranges from painting, printmaking, book making, jewellery and ceramics to sculpture in stone, timber, metalwork and weaving with natural fibres.”
The group also welcomed tourists and locals to visit their eight home studios anytime throughout the year.
“This exhibition is a development of that concept,” Cinnamon said.
“Special thanks must go to the Surf Coast Shire for allowing this community art space to exist, and to allow the local artists to prove why we need this space to stay.”
Our exhibition will open at Surf Coast Arts Space on Friday 17 March at 5pm, and will open daily from 11am to 5pm until 5 April.

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