Benito’s Treasure, written and illustrated by Tin Can Bay local, Alan Pearson, will be at Gatakers Artspace from March 4 – 29
Local Tin Can Bay artist and retired teacher, Alan Pearson, has written and illustrated a book about the legendary pirate ‘Benito’.
‘Benito’ pillaged Spanish galleons and allegedly, while trying to elude the authorities, buried most of his treasure in Queenscliff Victoria … and the rest later in the Franklin River, before disappearing.
Alan will be exhibiting his works, Fish Friends and a Few Loose Ends at Gatakers Artspace in Maryborough from March 4 – 29.
This story was written and illustrated by Alan and is held at Gatakers Artspace, as the venue is a major government initiative to encourage and promote local artists.
The exhibition consists of Illustrations from the children’s book Benito the Pirate along with a series of abstract landscapes and cartoons about Fish Friends and a Few Loose Ends.
If you would like to know more about this unique exhibition, Alan is on 0412 640558 – and all are welcome at the exhibition.