Senator Nick Xenophon to open exhibition in Goolwa

ART ENTHUSIAST: Senator Nick Xenophon will open an art exhibition titled 'X-hibition with an X-Factor' at the Artworx Gallery in Goolwa on April 30.

ART ENTHUSIAST: Senator Nick Xenophon will open an art exhibition titled 'X-hibition with an X-Factor' at the Artworx Gallery in Goolwa on April 30.

Senator Nick Xenophon will officially open the 'X-hibition with an X-Factor' at the Artworx Gallery in Goolwa on Sunday, April 30. The art exhibition will feature works by a diverse range of talented artists, including the late Terry Lewitzka. Other artists to exhibit their works in the exhibition are Janet Ayliffe, Antje Collis, Vic Collins, Kevin Fiddaman, Brook Miles, Eliza Piro, Eamonn Vereker and Mary and David Woolaway.

Liz Francis co-owner of the art gallery that is housed in an 1850's stone cottage in the heart of the heritage precinct of the old river port, said that both her and her husband John, were delighted to be able to stage such a prestigious exhibition.

“We are extremely proud to present the 'x-treme' talents of these local and interstate artists and we're especially honoured to have Nick Xenophon launch the exhibition,” Liz said.

 The public can view the exhibition from 10am until 2.30pm on Sunday, April 30, and the exhibition will run until Saturday, May 20, at the Artworx Gallery and Gift shop, which is located at 10-12 Hays Street Goolwa. 

Goolwa and the Alexandrina Council are well known for its promotion of the arts and culture in the region. 

Liz and John Francis of the Artworx Gallery complement all the art events the region is renown for.

The Artworx Gallery on Hays Street in Goolwa runs numerous exhibitions and enlists the help of many celebrities to open their events. Other than Nick Xenophon, media personality Jane Reilly has supported the Artworx Gallery.