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MX5 stolen this morning from Grey Street.
Personalised plates 'EVLMX5'
Silver hard top currently on it, but may now have black soft top up.
Please contact the police or 0274953666
The Feilding and District Art Society presents Our Rural Environs: an exhibition by Manawatu artist Graham Christensen.
Graham Christensen did not pick up an artist’s brush until his early 60’s but quickly showed a natural talent with oils and a great affinity with the rural landscape. He lives on a farm near Palmerston North in the Manawatu region and works from a large, light-filled studio – a converted room at the back of the barn.
Graham’s paintings depict his life-long love of farming and the rugged landscape that New Zealand offers. His latest works are a reminiscence of rural life and moments in time that make up the rich tapestry of our farming communities and their significant place in our country’s history.
The official opening of this event will be taking place at the Feilding Art Centre on Sunday 30th of January from 3pm.