Three artists show distinctive styles

Last updated 08:05 11/12/2012

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Real TArt's exhibition opening of One Destination - Three Journeys was a great success last week.

Featuring the work of David Rogers, Lester Earl and Ian Axtell, this exhibition runs for the month of December and is a good opportunity to see the distinctive styles of these artists.

Meanwhile, downstairs at the gallery, Joyce and Geoffrey Young have an exhibition called Family Flair.

It includes pottery, stoneware and pastel works by Joyce Young and a selection of paintings, clocks and designer handmade furniture by Geoffrey Young.

Robyn Jacobs is also exhibiting a range of her vibrant mosaic and collage works including mirrors, guitars and masks.

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- Taranaki Daily News

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