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Dubbo teen artist Shannon Lee displaying her Archibald Prize entry at the Dubbo Arts Fair

Elizabeth Frias
Updated September 24 2022 - 2:29pm, first published 11:00am
Dubbo Arts Fair exhibits consist of 45 artists among them, Alleyne Graham (left) and Shannon Lee (middle) with curator Kent Buchanan. Miss Lee's self-portrait rejected for 2021 Archibald Prize hangs on the wall. Picture by Belinda Soole
Dubbo Arts Fair exhibits consist of 45 artists among them, Alleyne Graham (left) and Shannon Lee (middle) with curator Kent Buchanan. Miss Lee's self-portrait rejected for 2021 Archibald Prize hangs on the wall. Picture by Belinda Soole

A vibrant collection of original pieces by 45 regional artists are on display this weekend at the Western Plains Cultural Centre, including a self-portrait by 19-year-old Shannon Lee, entered at last year's prestigious Archibald Prize.

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Elizabeth Frias

Elizabeth Frias

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I began my news reporting days in western and inner west Sydney before joining the Daily Liberal's Dubbo NSW newsroom. Telling all sorts of stories about people, places and events is my daily preoccupation so email me at elizabeth.frias@austcommunitymedia.com.au and I'll be in touch!

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