European inspired collection at Cafe Cornicopia


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.


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