A series of stunning and moody wildlife portraits by local artist Avani Amore will open at Byron Bay’s Citrus Gallery at the end of the month. The exhibition will highlight and support conservation projects in Kenya. Amore says, ‘the foundation of my work is about conserving nature by inspiring people: my hope is that I can change the way they see these beings’. The exhibition opens on 31 August at 5.30pm.
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Man hit by truck in Tweed dies
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Labor Government committed to the demerger of Murwillumbah Education Campus
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