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TALENTED artists from Casey and Cardinia were on show last month.
Many guests attended the Casey-Cardinia Grand Art and Woodart Exhbition in late March, where a vast array of artworks was on show.
Casey-Cardinia Grand Art Show featured a fine selection of art from leading artists not only from Victoria, but also New South Wales and Tasmania.
The Berwick District woodworkers club also displayed creative wood art from across Victoria, including several large rocking horses.
Pakenham artist Elena Kolotusha won an $800 prize for her drawing, Soul Hunter, which depicted a greyhound gazing up at an airborne paper crane, incorporating a combination of colour pencils and pastels.
Kolotusha now faces months of intense work as she prepares for a solo exhibition in August at AGRA Gallery, Camberwell.

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