Visit the Bay of Fires Art Prize exhibition

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The exhibition for the Bay of Fires Art Prize will be on display until the end of June 2013 at the Gallery Parnella, 60 Cecilia St, St Helens. Entry is free!

This year’s Bay of Fires Art Prize winner was Paul Ryan for his painting Fine Young Cannibal, A Portrait of notorious convict Alexander Pearce.

For more information about opening times, finalists and more, please visit the Bay of Fires Art Prize website here: www.bayoffiresartprize.com.au or contact Chairman, Chris Draffin at chris@bayoffiresartprize.com.au.

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Binalong Bay is a small coastal town, a 15 minute drive from St Helens and a 2.5 hours drive from Launceston.

A popular place to visit and a holiday destination for many Tasmanians, mainlanders and international visitors alike, there are approximately 200 shacks and some 100 permanent residents, who have either retired there or have settled into a relaxing lifestyle, combining both work and leisure.

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