Australian artist to hold debut solo exhibition in Canterbury

PUBLISHED: 14:35 02 September 2016 | UPDATED: 15:37 02 September 2016

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The exhibition is called Showoffs

A fine artist is holding her exhibition about memory and found images in Canterbury.

Heather Meyerratken’s work has previously been exhibited in Austalia, Japan, New York, China and London.

She will, however, hold her debut solo exhibition, Showoffs, at the Lilford Gallery from September 17 to October 7.

The collection comprises of a selection of 50s and 60s inspired prints depicting cars, girls and boys, and capturing the vanity of their defining moments.

Ms Meyerratken said, “Humans have an innate need to show off what they possess in order to elevate and define themselves. I have specifically chosen these images for their composition, content, humour and quirky nature, and of course the element of showing off.”


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