MORAN Prize finalist and Ballarat artist Fiona Andrews has opened her latest exhibition at Cafe Cornicopia in Mair Street.
Following travel in the Italy and France, Andrews presents a new collection of artworks featuring traditional European vistas.
A striking painting of the Italian medieval village Bussano Vecchia shows streets abandoned 300 years ago after an earthquake .
"It is at this major tourist attraction that I have been asked to co-exhibit with Nicole Durand, the internationally famous sculptress," Andrews said.
"My journey was also inspired by my daughter Natasha Frazer, who represented Australia in the world championship ultra-marathon held in Bordighera nearby and a favourite painting location for Monet," Andrews said.
The exhibition is at Cafe Cornicopia, Mair Street, until December 24.