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Stories of Somerset, and a farm that’s anything but calm

ART enthusiasts can experience stories of Somerset and a farm that’s anything but calm as part of two new exhibitions coming to The Condensery.

Published: July 12th 2019

ART enthusiasts can experience stories of Somerset and a farm that’s anything but calm as part of two new exhibitions coming to The Condensery.

An image of "Mayhem" by sandi harrold

 

Kerry Hetherington’s The Story of Us will join Colourful Chaos II by Sandi Harrold at the award-winning Toogoolawah art gallery from next Saturday, 20 July.

An image of "Around a beer" by kerry hetherington

A proud Somerset resident, Hetherington’s work shares the stories of three unique locals as told over a cuppa or beer, at home, in a café, or around the campfire.

With hardly a human in sight, Harrold’s Colourful Chaos II is a mishmashed menagerie of feathers, fur and fins.

Somerset Mayor Graeme Lehmann said the diverse duo would bring thousands of people to The Condensery.

“The gallery is a tremendous asset for the Somerset community, and Somerset Regional Council is proud to showcase the work of two celebrated Queensland artists at Toogoolawah,” Cr Lehmann said.

“Kerry and Sandi’s work will grace the walls until Sunday, 22 September, and I encourage locals and visitors alike to experience the exhibitions.”

Somerset Regional Art Gallery – The Condensery is at 29 Factory Road, part of the Toogoolawah Visitor Information Centre.

For more information, follow facebook.com/somersetregionalartgallery/.

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