Have you ever wanted to be transported to another world?
The National Cartoon Gallery will be the host of ‘Two Worlds’, an exhibition proudly presented to you by two of their very own Gallery volunteers, Violeta Lanza and Leonard Aitken.
‘Two Worlds’ brings to the fore the outstanding creative energy that can be found within the Coffs Harbour region and showcases some of the highlight pieces from the respective artists oeuvre.
Both Artists have long and distinguished artistic careers. They have participated in both group and solo exhibitions and amassed an impressive collection of awards between them, including the EMSLA Best Regional Work award and finalising in the National Still Life award.
Although each Artist’s work stands out in its own right, they similarly explore the relationship between light, colour and shape through a variety of different media and genres.
Come and celebrate the achievements of Violeta Lanza and Leonard Aitken at the National Cartoon Gallery – “Where two worlds collide”.
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