Tall Trees Art Exhibition 2018

Tall Trees Art Exhibition 2018

See some of the diverse talents of Noosa hinterland artists, including photography, painting, mixed media, drawing, paper-making, sculpture, eco printing, natural fibre weaving, 3D textile, ceramics, glass art, glass leadlight and woodwork, at the Tall Trees Art Exhibition in the picturesque township of Cooran.

22 venues along King Street, Cooran will exhibit art from local artists who will share their work in public spaces and offer them for sale.

The Bendigo Bank Meet the Artists Opening Night is on Friday 29 June from 6pm at Hinterland Restaurant. The exhibition continues in venues along King Street until 5pm on Sunday 1 July.

Venues include: The Vintage Junction, open from 7am throughout the weekend for organic tea or coffee; Hinterland Restaurant; Barefoot Physio; HMT - ArtSpace Cooran; Tiny Tea Room Gallery; Golden Gully - Ian "China" Royle studio and gardens open at 1 Henry Street; The Brow Barn; The Blue Chair Gallery; Steve Ramsden Tattoo; In Shambles; Cooran Organic; Ally's Garden 'no sound playground' art installation; Antoinette's Place; and more.

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