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ROAR!’S Greatest Hits Out in Time for Christmas

ROAR!’S Greatest Hits Out in Time for Christmas

Come and have your fill of ROAR! Mince Pies and marvellous art for Christmas.

ROAR! gallery’s Christmas show is always a not-to-be-missed event ... we have all of your old favourites and a few new faces too! There's something for every need, every budget! ROAR! has a reputation for the extraordinary and the unique and this year you'll discover a veritable treasure trove of works from papier mache figurines to dioramas, bolted books to collages, ghoulish characters to woolly decorations, knitted plastic to delectable brooches and badges, Green Eggs and Lamb and of course a wealth of paintings and drawings.

Everything is original and a one-off ... nothing from China here!

Artworks range in price from $10 upwards. This is a cash and carry exhibition, so you can take them home with you straight away! Although it’s ‘Cash’ and carry we also have eftpos and Credit Cards facilities.

Surprise someone for Christmas, or just treat yourself. Join us for the Opening Celebrations @ 5.30 Thursday 4th Dec.


ROAR! gallery is a vibrant gallery which aims to support and promote Outsider Art. Its focus is not to define this term but to be open to those who feel connected to an art making approach which is unique, honest, compelling and about a persons total connection with their creativity, uninfluenced by external restrictions and conventions. We're proud to bring you this thrilling combination of talent and awareness.



ENDS

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