Exhibition showcases 4017 artistic talent

Judy Quinn is preparing for the 5th annual 4017 Community Exhibition.
Judy Quinn is preparing for the 5th annual 4017 Community Exhibition. Contributed

LOCAL artists are putting the finishing touches on their work for the 5th annual 4017 Community Exhibition this Friday, July 14 at 6.30pm.

Everyone is invited to come and experience the artistic temperature of the creative inhabitants of the 4017 area.

The competition will be judged Dave Behrens and will provide the contestants feedback about their work and arts practice.

Mr Behrens has been a practising, professional artist for over ten years and has exhibited throughout Australia and the United States. His works are held in collections in New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Malaysia, the United States, Hong Kong and in corporate and private collections in Australia. His successful artwork is informed by ancient and popular culture.

The winner will be announced at the launch on Friday, July 14 from 6.30pm. The prize is a free solo exhibition in June 2018.

Last month, Marie Smith held her first solo exhibition as the winner of last year's competition.

Meet and chat to emerging artists on opening night and meet Mr Behrens and hear about his creative journey.

The exhibition will run from July 14 to 29.

Gallery 4017 is located at 82-88 Loftus Street, Deagon and is open on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 10am to 3pm.

For more information contact Artrageous Arts on 3269 1535, email or

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