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ARTISTS: Brenton Hill, back, Rose Hannaford, Peter Surguy, Philip David, Kon Heyer, Kit Neave, front, Alison Brown and Margie Hooper.
ARTISTS: Brenton Hill, back, Rose Hannaford, Peter Surguy, Philip David, Kon Heyer, Kit Neave, front, Alison Brown and Margie Hooper.

Port Pirie Regional Council unveiled the latest exhibition at the Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery.

The Artist’s Voice – Eclectic Voices, Individual Views is a collection of works from some of the groups diverse range of practitioners, being Peter Surguy, Stephen Skillitzi, Alison Brown, Kit Neave, Kon Heyer, Pam Illert, Brenton Hill, Donald Richardson, Penny Choate, Margie Hooper, Lauryn Arnott, Philip David, Jann Makepeace, Terry MacDermot, Betty Anderson, Rose Hannaford and Suzie Fagan.

The Artist’s Voice was established back in 1997 as a group of Adelaide Hills and Fleurieu professional artists who share resources, ideas and enthusiasm and raise awareness of local art within the community. 

The exhibition contains a selection of works in two and three dimensional form.

The exhibition contains a selection of works in two and three dimensional form.

This group previously held exhibitions in the Spencer Gulf and Port Augusta back in 2014.

This exhibition has been curated by Peter Surguy, Kon Heyer and Phillip David, with the official opening of the Eclectic Voices, Individual View being held at the gallery on February 8.

The exhibition will be at the Port Pirie Regional Art Gallery, Mary Elie Street, until Sunday, March 24 and open to the public daily.

Works are available to purchase and can be collected at the completion of the exhibition.