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Local Mullumbimby artists Liam Bruce prepares for his exhibition this Friday. Photo supplied.
Local Mullumbimby artists Liam Bruce prepares for his exhibition this Friday. Photo supplied.

It’s that time of year again and local Mullumbimby artists Liam Bruce and Zion Levy along with Lismore artists Nathan Gooley will be showing their latest work at the IncREDible Art Exhibition at The Lone Goat Gallery in Byron, opening this Friday 7th April at 6pm running until 19th April.

Now in its sixth year, the ‘IncREDible Art Show’ is the annual RED Inc event whereby local artists with disabilities display and sell their creative wares. This celebrated exhibition showcases the craftsmanship and ingenuity from a growing group of artisans, who’s work is encouraged and supported by RED (Realizing Every Dream) Inc in Lismore and Mullumbimby. Along with the prestigious and collectable works of art on offer – comprising paintings, drawings & ceramics, there will be delicious food and drinks to enjoy.

Demonstrating the resilience of RED Inc to cope in times of emergency, despite the fact that their head offices and art studio in Lismore have been severely affected by the recent floods, the show will go on. Please come along to give your support


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