Pop-up exhibition reveals Jamberoo's artistic side

A pop-up art exhibition is on show in Jamberoo across the long weekend, showcasing the artistic talents of the town's community.

The show features the work of 25 artists, many of whom have exhibited on a national and international scale.

It is on in the building that housed Fredericks IGA while a new store was being built, and opened last weekend as part of the "Jamberoo Celebrates" community event marking the official reopening of "Fredo's".

Curator and contributing artist Linda Faiers said the works include paintings, photographs, ceramics, sculptures, prints and even jewellery.

While the artists did not have to submit a piece focused around a single idea, Ms Faiers said the works had come together perfectly.

"It just gelled beautifully ... we stood back and looked and went 'Wow, this really works'."

The exhibition is open on Easter Saturday, Sunday and Monday between 10am and 4pm at 10 Allowrie Street. All works are for sale.

Also on display, at Jamberoo Bowling Club, are entries in a photography competition themed around the question: "What does Jamberoo mean to you?"

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