If you're looking for an escape from the hustle and bustle of every day life, and a glimpse into a more calm, serene world, you may want to wander through the latest exhibition at the Griffith Regional Art Gallery
Local artist Rhonda Miranda's work has been put on display at the gallery, in an exhibition titled 'A Contemplation of Tranquility'.
The event is Ms Miranda's first solo exhibition, and it showcases her signature landscape and still-life pieces, which she paints with oils and water colour.
According to the gallery, her work reflects on "the themes of the sublime, beauty, stillness, and tranquillity" and invites viewers to discover a peaceful aura in rural scenes and common objects.
Coordinator of the gallery, Ray Wholohan, was full of praise for Ms Miranda.
"She demonstrates an acute understanding of the objects she chooses to represent in her composition with pencil and brush," Mr Wholohan said.
The exhibition is open from 10am to 5pm on Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. And from 11am to 2pm on weekends.
It will run until Friday, December 18.
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