The St Mary's Anglican Church Spring Art shows kicks off this Friday much to the delight of community members and organisers.
Running until Sunday, the show has over 50 artists involved and around 200 works on display.
After initially having to postpone their winter show due to coronavirus restrictions, art show committee member Alison Niven said they then started putting plans in place for their Spring exhibition.
"When we first started these shows, they were great because it was something that happened in Winter and during the quiet months," she said.
"However now it will be a lovely Spring show which is exciting."
Ms Niven said it was amazing to see so many people involved in this year's show, particularly one artist who is 99 years old.
"The Castlemaine artist has entered four artworks and she hasn't entered for a couple of years.
"She does lovely works of flowers and it's amazing."
This year's show will be the committee's 13th and Ms Niven said it was an important event for the church.
"This was so important to go ahead, the artists are just so happy that this is going ahead and they can display their art. Nearly everything else has been cancelled so this show was welcomed.
"It's great for local artists to have this as an outlet."
Ms Niven said they are operating a COVIDsafe event and invited locals to attend over the weekend.
Entry is $5 per person, children under 15 are free with adults.
The show will be running from Friday to Sunday from 10am to 4pm and is located on 193-195 High Street, Kangaroo Flat.
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