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Australian Art at Morpeth Gallery


Meet two iconic Australian artists in residence at Morpeth Gallery – Max Mannix and Natalie Jane Parker on November 14 and 15.


Max Mannix will be signing his 2021 calendars and showing off a newly released medallion set by Bradford Exchange, featuring his artworks themed on Banjo Patterson’s ballad Waltzing Matilda.


Natalie Jane Parker will be painting live. Her 2021 calendar will be for sale (pictured), and a mini exhibit featuring her original wildlife artworks to be used to produce fabric squares will also be on show. These fabric squares may be used to create clothing, cushions, patchwork quilts and to embellish in handmade projects.


Both have free entry. www.morpethgallery.com

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