A wide variety of Northern Tasmanian artists will show their work at Woolmers Estate, building on the success of an exhibition held for the first time at the new site last year.
The Collection of Northern Artists Exhibition will open to the public on Sunday in what Woolmers business administration manager Sue-Ellen Groer described as an "outstanding presentation".
"In drawing together artworks from a variety of artists across different genres, this new exhibition traces narratives of geography, country, landscape and the places we live and work," Ms Groer said.
"The return of a Collection of Northern Artists Exhibition is a deeply satisfying undertaking, as it draws on the expertise of artists in the north of the state forming a wonderful chapter in the story of Australian art."
Curated by Neil and Mary-Ann Orchard, the exhibition will feature works from Phillip Austen, Yvonne Correlje, Gerry Jensen, Carol Barnett and many more.
The exhibition will run daily in the Frances Mary Archer Gallery until October 2 from 10am to 3pm, excluding the winter closure of the site from August 5 to 18.
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