by Len Langan

Brave Gallery in Longford will welcome tourists and Tasmanians with their usual warmth to their latest exhibition by David Lake entitled In Tasmanian Light. Brave Gallery will keep this exhibition running until Sunday, 12th May.

In Tasmanian Light by David Lake (exhibition at Brave Gallery Longford)
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Brave Gallery offers an intimate experience in art appreciation, with an obvious flair that is unsurpassed both in display and appreciation and glories in an equally warm and intimate coffee shop called “Rising Damp” with a magic touch for coffee and light refreshments.

In Tasmanian Light by David Lake (exhibition at Brave Gallery Longford)
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David Lake: Let There Be Light

David Lake’s art is vibrant in its recognition of light as the soul food and inspiration of generations of creative painters. His vibrant use of colour reminds us that light is a gift we ought to appreciate and that it is both part of our earthly and spiritual being.

In Tasmanian Light by David Lake (exhibition at Brave Gallery Longford)
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In Tasmanian Light by David Lake (exhibition at Brave Gallery Longford)
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In Tasmanian Light by David Lake (exhibition at Brave Gallery Longford)
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Think Tasmania has the approval of both David Lake and Brave Gallery to use the images from “In Tasmanian Light”. David Lake is pictured talking to The Hon. Don Wing AM who opened the exhibition. For more information about the exhibition phone (03) 6391 2451.

Len Langan lives in Longford with his wife Jill.  They are both passionate about Tasmanian heritage and tourism and things that can be done in this industry. Len writes about Tasmanian history  for both The Courier in Longford and the magazine Sagacity,  and works with Virtuosi taking music to rural areas.

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