Arthur Marshall was best dressed at Gayndah Art Gallery's biennial art competition opening night, Sip Savour and Sparkle, during Heartland Festival.
Arthur Marshall was best dressed at Gayndah Art Gallery's biennial art competition opening night, Sip Savour and Sparkle, during Heartland Festival. Felicity Ripper

Gayndah sparkles

GUESTS from far and wide sipped, savoured and sparkled the night away at Gayndah Art Gallery's biennial art competition during Heartland Festival.

With a great turnout, the event kicked off at 7pm and those in attendance were treated to a live performance from the Viva Divas, a grazing table full of local produce put together by Wendy Kirk and local volunteers, and wine tasting provided by Moffatdale Ridge Winery.

Those who arrived wearing sparkles received a free glass of bubbly, and Arthur Marshall and Stacey Bramly were named best dressed.


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