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December 8, 2022

Gladden your heart with local art exhibition

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Turiya Bruce.

Turyia Bruce has been exhibiting and educating in art for over 25 years in the Northern Rivers and is currently exhibiting her work at The Stokers Siding Gallery until 5 November. 

‘This show is a culmination of a few years of meandering through various media during lockdowns and pondering the meaning of it all! My answer is birds! There is a strong psychological link between birds and humans in that they can gladden our hearts by hearing, and I guess seeing them too!’

Turyia is joined by her art buddies Boop Pots, showing some of his latest ceramic vessels, and Yoga Poulston who gives us a glimpse into the world of abstraction. The gallery is open Friday to Sunday 11–4. All are welcome!


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