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Amongst the many visitors to the exhibition

The exhibition’s debut here in Australia has been exceptionally well received. Below, some of the many visitors with who the artist has had the pleasure to meet in the past few days.

 Deb Frecklington, MP, leader of the Liberal National Party of Queensland and Leader of the Queensland Opposition

Deb Frecklington, MP, leader of the Liberal National Party of Queensland and Leader of the Queensland Opposition

 Trevor Watts, MP, and a Shadow Minister in the National Liberal Party

Trevor Watts, MP, and a Shadow Minister in the National Liberal Party

 The amazing Band of the 1st Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery (RAA) who played a terrific set at the exhibition’s opening night

The amazing Band of the 1st Regiment, Royal Australian Artillery (RAA) who played a terrific set at the exhibition’s opening night

 Keith and Juanida Shang; a century ago, Keith’s father fought at Passchendaele on the very land where this project was produced

Keith and Juanida Shang; a century ago, Keith’s father fought at Passchendaele on the very land where this project was produced

 The 98 year old (and fantastic) Wilfred Bott. His father and five uncles all fought at Passchendaele, all 6 men returned home to Australia unscathed. With the exhibition itself filmed on the Passchendaele battlefield, I was very pleased to have Wilfred visit and tell me about his ancestors exploits in Flanders a century ago.

The 98 year old (and fantastic) Wilfred Bott. His father and five uncles all fought at Passchendaele, all 6 men returned home to Australia unscathed. With the exhibition itself filmed on the Passchendaele battlefield, I was very pleased to have Wilfred visit and tell me about his ancestors exploits in Flanders a century ago.