The Crookwell Art Gallery's Photography and Sculpture Show held on the weekend, March 1-3, attracted more than 100 visitors.
The exhibition showed a collection of 32 entries, from 14 local artists.
These ranged from the much-anticipated unveiling of Leanne Kelly's intricate barbed wire ball-gown through to sculptures of wild animals, and a large colourful garden screen made from recycled and repurposed metal which was shown by renowned sculptor Gabrielle Saville, who collaborated with women from Tuena village.
"The variety of sculpture ranged from large works to smaller hand-held forms," committee member Ann Goodman said.
Photography subjects were also diverse and included works from high-school students, Ms Goodman added.
"From Tasmanian lakes to rusty old farm trucks."
The Crookwell Art Gallery will host the Potato Festival Art Show held at the gallery on Denison Street, Crookwell on May 11-12.