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Inner Western Courier Thursday Not Used Anymore : March 25th 2009
MB INNER-WEST WEEKLY, Thursday, March 26, 2009 13 NEWS Paintings by artist Valentina Jones who is exhibiting at the Red Door Gallery. Art praised as kooky ''KOOKY'' works by Canterbury artist Valentina Jones are going on exhibition at the Red Door Gallery at Summer Hill. Jones said she got the inspiration for this solo show from her visits to Cyprus, her parents' birthplace. ''A lot of the images are also from great memories over the last 25 years of my times in Cyprus,'' she said. ''The 40 paintings are in oils and acrylics on canvases and are very bright, colourful and intriguing -- interesting quirky scenes that put a smile on your face.'' As well as taking part in a number of exhibitions, Jones' illustrations have been published in various magazines. ''My style is whimsical and figurative and kooky as well -- I have been told -- which I find a compliment,'' she said. The exhibition opens tonight (Thursday) from 6pm to 8pm and continues until April 5. Red Door Gallery, 24 Morris St, is open from Friday to Sunday from 10.30am to 4pm. Get snapping for photo comp IT'S time to get out your cameras, set up your tripods and flaunt your photogra- phy skills in the Faces of Canada Bay competition. Residents with a knack for photography are encour- aged to enter and categories include the best photograph of a child, young adult or senior citizen. Submit your work to Five Dock library by Monday, March 30. Competition winners will be announced at the end of April. All photographs received will be displayed in a portrait exhibition at Five Dock library. For details, call Canada Bay Council on 9911 6555. 188 BURWOOD RD, BURWOOD P: 9747 6039 50 capusle 21mg 7pack 20caplets 60 capusle savings! 2015354K wk39
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