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Spring is here at last! And an exhibition to celebrate it

An online exhibition celebrating spring by Northern Beaches foursome The Brush Artists launches today, 1 September at 5pm.

The exhibition, La Primavera, includes a range of lush and colourful artworks exploring the season in which the natural world revives and starts to bloom.

Art by Marilou Palazon

“We are excited by this show. Spring is considered to be a happy time and after a very tough winter for so many we loved the idea of exploring the symbolism of Spring – new beginnings, growth and transformation,” said artist Kirsty Gautheron.

Art by Leigh Vardanega

The online exhibition will include works from all four Brush Artists including contemporary realist artists Marilou Palazon and Kirsty Gautheron, sea and landscape expressionist painter Vivienne Storey and abstract expressionist artist Leigh Vardanega.

Art by Viv Storey

“We like to think of ourselves as a boutique online gallery. We’ve worked hard to create an easy to use platform for art lovers and collectors to purchase high-end artwork directly from artists,” said Brush Artist co-founder Vivienne Storey.

La Primavera the online exhibition will go live on Thursday 1 September at 5pm.

All works will be available online at www.thebrushartists.com.au

For more information email info@thebrushartists.com.au or head to Facebook and Instagram @thebrushartists.

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