After two false starts due to COVID-19, two Border artists are welcoming eased restrictions so they can exhibit their work to a broader audience.
Julia Roche and Trevor Orford have had their art on display at the Murray Art Museum Albury for months, but due to the pandemic haven't been able to host their opening nights or hold their artist talks.
On Saturday morning, Roche was finally able to present a talk on her works to a face to face audience.
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"I'm probably a little bit shocked we're having an opening," she said.
"I thought the time might have passed, but it'll be nice to show people around and have people come and see it in the flesh."
Orford, who will present his artist talk on October 28, said he was looking forward to it.
The art gallery's Annie Falcke said it was also nice for the staff to have an opening again, too.
"We can all kind of release that stress valve," she said.
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