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Artists of all abilities on show

 

TWO groups of budding artists from Leongatha’s Yooralla and Federation Training were thrilled to enter their works of art in the Leongatha Rotary Art Show.

Yooralla is proud to support its clients in entering the all abilities category.

The art show is also a fun step forward, with around 15 Yooralla customers and two Federation Training students producing beautiful art pieces for the show.

They have been working with Federation Training’s art facilitator Marilyn Ardley once a week since the start of the year to learn about art forms.

“We are working towards a show at the end of the year. We had an art show last year and they just loved it. They’ve also presented their work at the Meeniyan Art Gallery,” Ms Ardley said.

Working with nature, texture and self portraits have been some of the art forms covered by Ms Ardley in her sessions, but the Yooralla artists were given creative freedom to explore the art they enjoy to show off to the public.

Art celebration: from left, Federation Training’s art facilitator Marilyn Ardley and Yooralla’s William Smith were thrilled to enter the first piece of art in the Leongatha Rotary Art Show’s all abilities category on Wednesday.

Art celebration: from left, Federation Training’s art facilitator Marilyn Ardley and Yooralla’s William Smith were thrilled to enter the first piece of art in the Leongatha Rotary Art Show’s all abilities category on Wednesday.

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