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Art work by Julie Corbet on show at Zakay Glass Creations, Bangalaow.
Art work by Julie Corbet on show at Zakay Glass Creations, Bangalaow.

Zakay Glass Creations, a Bangalow gallery specialising in handmade contemporary glass sculpture and luminary lighting, is celebrating its second artist exhibition of the year featuring oil painter Julie Corbet.

Julie’s work will complement the stunning geometric glass sculptures by world renown artists Avital Sheffer and Noel Hart.

The exhibition opens this Saturday November 7 at 6pm, with live music by Mandy Hawkes plus organic wine by Rosnay.

Julie will present her solo exhibition Suyulu, displaying vivid oil paintings that beckon mysticism in abstract art.

Corbet describes her paintings as playful and meditative.

‘My paintings aspire to encourage the viewer to discover something more universal. As we become aware of the infinite, we embrace the unknown and are freed from the constraints of everyday life – we become part of something larger.’

Zakay Glass Creations are at Level 1, 42 Byron St, Bangalow, NSW, 2479.


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