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Leahy art on show

Posted: 10am 04 Mar 2021

Dolphins News and moretondaily.com.au cartoonist Sean Leahy is taking part in an exhibition at Redcliffe’s Red Poppy Art Collective.

Leahy, who is mid-way through an artist residency at The Hub at Caboolture, says he is delighted to be exhibiting 15 bespoke pieces alongside Sheldon Lindsay and Victoria Beths.

“I’ve created 15 pieces in pen and ink, featuring local landmarks, buildings and wildlife from around the Peninsula,” he says.

Creative inspiration

Leahy says his residency at The Hub has filled him with ideas.

“It’s fantastic to be in that space and making connections.”

The works of Beths, Lindsay and Leahy go on display on March 5, for two weeks.

There’s a meet the artists event tomorrow, March 5 from 5.30-8pm at Red Poppy Art Collective, 95 Redcliffe Pde, Redcliffe.

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