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Nature in Watercolour: Free Solo Exhibition by Anne Roberts

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Award-winning artist Anne Roberts is presenting her debut exhibition at the Richard Randall Studio this September.

Anne won First Prize in the 2013 Watercolour Society of Queensland's Annual Exhibition with her outstanding painting of kookaburras titled "The Laughing Trio" and has been the recipient of numerous awards during her successful artistic career.

Running for three-days, from Friday 5th September, this free exhibition will showcase a vibrant selection of Anne's watercolour works and oil paintings.

Come along and peruse a vast range of detailed images, all inspired by the wondrous Australian landscape and native flora and fauna.

Visitors are invited to purchase the displayed works, which will all be attractively priced. You can choose from framed and unframed paintings, as well as greeting cards, and are welcome to take the sold work away immediately - cash and carry. Anne will also be in attendance during the three-day exhibition.

Visit the Brisbane Botanic Gardens this spring and enjoy a meal or a coffee at a local restaurant/cafe and take in the beautiful watercolours by one of Queensland's leading watercolorists!

The exhibition will be open to the public on Friday, 5 September, from 10.00am - 4.00pm and Saturday and Sunday, 6-7 September from 9.00am - 4.00pm. Entry is free and there is ample free parking at the gardens.

For more information on Anne or this exhibition, please visit the Watercolor Society of Queensland website or contact Anne on 33727388

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When: 5 - 7 September - Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Where: Richard Randall Studio, Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mt Coot-tha
Cost: Free Entry and Ample Parking
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