Elements of industrial- strength art

TABULAM artists Keith Cameron and Marion Arent have joined forces to present Fire and Stone, Paper and Steel, the next exhibition at Kyogle's Roxy Gallery.

Keith has created a spectacular world of sculpture on his property in Tabulam, working mainly with metal and found objects in realistic and abstract realms. He is well known throughout Australia for his large public art metal chairs.

Marion Arent, who has exhibited and taught art widely in the region, explores many areas of drawing and painting, from the very figurative super-real to the experimental expressionism of materials. Her work in 2D melds with Keith's 3D sculptures.

The exhibition will run until May 4.



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