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Roar! Gallery: Carol Banner & Lynn Beesley

Roar! Gallery September Preview

WHAT:
Carol Banner- "Natural Fantasy"
Lynn Beesley- "The Dance of Life"

WHERE:
ROAR! gallery 22 VIVIAN STREET, WELLINGTON

WHEN:
Exhibition Preview-Thursday 8th September 2005
Duration of the exhibition: 8-18th September 2005

Lynn Beesley

Lynn's work is based on personal experiences and observations of relationships and on the nature of cultural identity, particularly for women. Her work often portrays masks which represent the many faces we use to conform within society and the roles we play.

Lynn initially worked as a graphic designer before studying for a degree in Fine Art, followed by a post graduate teaching degree in Art and Design.

ROAR! gallery
22 Vivian Street
Wellington


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