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Artist Do Noble to join exhibit of top artists

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City of Casey Council Mayor Amanda Stapledon recently announced the selection of Do Noble to represent the city and be part of the Keven Hill’s Top Ten Australian Artists. His works will be part of an exhibit to be held on 5 (9.30am-5pm) and 6 October (9.30am-4pm) at the City of Casey Council Chambers in Magrid Drive, Narre Warren. Do will be present to meet exhibit viewers and talk about his art.

Do, born in the Philippines, has exhibited his works at the National Gallery of Victoria and has won more than 600 awards for his unique and unusual style.

Meanwhile, Do’s works have also been included in a coffee table book titled International Contemporary Masters volume 7. The book, produced and published in Las Vegas, Nevada in the US by World Wide Art Books, featured 10 of Do’s paintings.

 

 

 


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