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2017 Equine & Wildlife Exhibition @ Old Post Office Seymour

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5 Feb 2017, 8 Feb 2017, 9 Feb 2017

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10 Feb 2017, 11 Feb 2017, 12 Feb 2017, 15 Feb 2017, 16 Feb 2017, 17 Feb 2017, 18 Feb 2017, 19 Feb 2017, 22 Feb 2017, 23 Feb 2017, 24 Feb 2017, 25 Feb 2017, 26 Feb 2017, 1 Mar 2017, 2 Mar 2017, 3 Mar 2017, 4 Mar 2017, 5 Mar 2017, 8 Mar 2017, 9 Mar 2017, 10 Mar 2017, 11 Mar 2017, 12 Mar 2017

The Old Post Office Seymour is internationally respected as a Fine Art Gallery exhibiting Equine and Wildlife paintings and sculpture.

Artists this year have been given free range to create works in many mediums, sizes and price ranges. Whatever and however they can interpret the topic - the Gallery is expecting everything from formal animal portraits, landscapes with animals, digitally enhanced photographs to abstract depictions. The seven room gallery should be full of large and small, delicate and flamboyant works of Art - a delight to the senses and eye.

The C1872 restored building also displays a continuously changing exhibition of traditional and contemporary art created by many of Australia's best known and awarded artists. Most are also internationally awarded and exhibited. Also regularly on display is a selection of Murano glass jewellery imported direct from Venice, Italy.

The Art Gallery and Restaurant have been owner operated in residence since established in 1992. Garry and Louise invite you to visit, view the art, admire the building or relax in the outside area. Stop long enough to enjoy just a coffee or stay to dine. You're welcome to browse the multi-roomed gallery with glass in hand.

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  • Bar
  • Café
  • Car park
  • Coach parking
  • Public toilet
  • Restaurant - licensed
  • Shop
  • Cultural Tourism Industry Group

  • Suitable for guests with sufficient mobility to climb two or three steps, but would benefit from fixtures and fittings to aid balance
  • Suitable for guests with a hearing impairment, from mild hearing loss to profoundly deaf