It’s all happening at Gallery on Dowling, 120 Dowling Street Dungog and here, of course. The show is well underway now, with a fantastic first evening coinciding with the Starry, Starry Night street party, which brought many locals and visitors into town to celebrate.

A fabulous, crochet rainbow dragon who is 2m long

Go Anna Dragon, pictured in her natural habitat at Main Creek.

The window display is really eye-catching and beautifully bright, and is getting lots of attention. For the Starry Starry night party, I even included two lighted hats, ‘Lightning Night’ and ‘Rainbow Fountains’. But possibly the ‘star’ of the show is Go Anna Dragon, a 2m long, crocheted goanna-relative, rainbow coloured dragon!

Along with Anna, there are nearly 30 hats of assorted types, plus scoods, swimsuits and shrugs. I’d like to think there is something to appeal to just about everyone.

Thanks to everyone who has helped to get the show set up and begun, and those who have dropped by, either online or in person to have a look.

It will be available for an extra day, that is, until the 6th of December, which means that any pieces purchased during the show can be collected or posted from the 7th December.

This show was made possible by Arts Upper Hunter.

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