Butterflies, Dragonflies and a cow made from records
The Blind Alley Exhibition is the first in a series of temporary and permanent exhibitions commissioned by Lithgow Tidy Towns to "activate spaces which are currently seen as unattractive and antisocial spaces" (Lithgow Tidy Towns exhibition poster). Created by local artist Ludwina Roebuck, the sculptures made from recycled materials, feature are variety of farm yard and native animals nestled in the garden along the laneway. This is a small, but exciting project which will captivate adults and children alike. In the heart of the CBD, the exhibition is a great reason to come to Lithgow for a day trip and while you are here take advantage of the great Mother's Day Main Street Sale and get something special for Mum.
A permanent exhibition, commissioned in 2009 by the Lithgow Tidy Towns committee, of scenes from Hassans Walls Reserve by local artists Anne Christie, hangs in the lane way opposite the Blind Ally exhibition.