East Brunswick local Grace Fraraccio, the creative mind behind Dancing Fox Illustrations, will exhibit her unique and offbeat illustrations at the East Brunswick Village (EBV) display suite from October 1-27.
Titled Everyday People, visitors can view a selection of work depicting both real and imagined characters Fraraccio has captured since moving to the East Brunswick area. Her paintings and drawings intend to bring out the essence of being an East Brunswick local, capturing the simple beauties and the deep contemplations of people she sees while out in the community.
Opening night on Saturday October 12 will also serve up complimentary Tatachilla wines paired with cheese boards from EBV’s Chapt Two café.
Register attendance for the launch event at https://eastbrunswickvillage.com.au/upcoming-events/
Fraraccio studied Visual Arts at Monash University, and pursues a practice that moves between watercolors, acrylic, graphite, found objects, and using sound and language.
Fraraccio regularly exhibits works at local galleries and exhibition spaces across Melbourne. Her work has been published in The Trip, Radiothon 2019 Edition (RRR magazine); Haiku & Other (zine); Gracie Grime (children’s picture book); The Crooked Trees(children’s picture book); Lots Wife Monash University Magazine and Voiceworks Issue 107.
Collected Illustrations of Grace Fraraccio
October 1– October 27
Opening night: Saturday October 12, 3pm-5pm
EBV Display Suite,143 Nicholson St Brunswick East
East Brunswick Village
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