COVID May Have Closed The Doors But The Dungog Arts Society Still Has A Lot Of Original Art For Sale – Online | Chronicle of Dungog


LARGER THAN LIFE: The watercolor on paper by Marilyn Rudak is for sale on the new online gallery of the Dungog Arts Society.

Covid-19 has had a severe impact on nonprofits in Dungog County.

For the Dungog Arts Society, there was no Jobkeeper, so the doors to the Dowling Street gallery remain closed.

For the second year in a row, the company had to cancel its main entertainment business, the annual art show.

In an attempt to generate income, the arts company updated its website to accommodate online sales.

“Hopefully we can earn some income for our artists as well as a commission to help pay the bills that keep coming in,” Arts Society secretary Greg Mudie said.

The new website is easy to navigate with all art for sale clearly displayed with price tagged.

There is also a glimpse of what the artwork might look like in a home environment.

The line includes works in various mediums and styles and prices range from $ 40 to $ 350.

The shipping costs are detailed on each work.

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