SUE Prain has described her husband's art exhibition as bright and witty, and not to be missed.
Get-Together has been open to the public at the Phyllis Palmer Gallery at La Trobe University since early December.
It will finish on January 24. It is open daily from 9am to 5pm.
Ms Prain said her husband Vaughan Prain, a long-time professor in science and maths, had already sold five of the 11 pieces of his artwork.
She said the exhibition had drawn a lot of interest from the public.
"The pieces look wonderful in the gallery," Ms Prain said.
"I think it is very, bright and witty, and there is lots to talk about in the pictures."
The works feature Professor Prain's interpretation of common behaviour people display when going about their day-to-day activities.
Professor Prain said he had studied art at schools and had always maintained an interest in the medium.
Ms Prain said her husband was a talented artist and was building a studio in his home to continue with his passion.
Shadow Minister for Corrections Jill Hennessy opened the exhibition.
To see photos from the opening night visit the Bendigo Advertiser website.