Ipswich First were able to get a sneak peak at an artwork in progress and you can too as artists will be doing demonstrations during the exhibition.

Walloon Art teacher Judy Baker has been a member of the Ipswich Art Society for 25 years. She has managed rural art groups and curated annual exhibitions around the South East.

Judy believes teaching the basics is a wonderful way to contribute to the artist in all of us.

“That amazing moment when a student looks at his first efforts and is too elated to be believed.

“I really enjoy that moment,” she said.

Fractured” is the Ipswich Art Society’s latest exhibition.

President Garry Broadhurst came up with the name.

“It’s about fracturing the establishment of the art world and breaking out with new and inventive art works.

“It’s a collection of works from our members that will all be for sale,” he said.

You can visit the exhibition at the Ipswich Community Gallery in d’Arcy Doyle Place from 10am-3pm until December 12. 

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