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The Voice of Water Book Launch

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“The Voice of Water”

Please join us to celebrate the launch of the new publication, The Voice of Water, an artist’s book comprising of 30 exquisitely detailed miniature paintings and poems which celebrate and pay homage to the beauty and ephemeral life of wetlands, by artist, Sue Lovegrove and poet, Adrienne Eberhard.

Seymour Swamp and Big Punchbowl Wetland, a Tasmanian Land Conservancy reserve on the east coast of Tasmania are the main sources of inspiration for the artwork and poetry.

Margie Jenkin of the Tasmanian Land Conservancy will be in conversation with artist, Sue Lovegrove.

When:           Saturday, December 7th from 5.00pm – 6.00pm

Where:          Quentin & Kerryn Smiths home,

9 Cooper Street, Long Point, Seymour.

RSVP:             0448 884 357 or 0428 751 411 by Wednesday, 4th Dec.

 Light refreshments will be provided.

The book will be available for cash sales only, $70.

**If you wish to pre-order the book and pay by direct credit please email:**





The book has been produced with the generous assistance of the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.  Wine sponsored by Devils Corner.



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