Local artist Di Smith's artwork is set to be showcased at a gallery in New York.
Agora Gallery in Chelsea, New York City had contacted Ms Smith expressing their interest in displaying her work before the COVID-19 hit.
They have now decided to take the exhibition online because of the pandemic and her work will be showcased in a digital format.
Her artworks reflects the experiences she has had in her lifetime, including those of recent bushfires.
"I have no pre-conceived ideas and my works are not all in similar veins. The style, subject matter, and the medium is different in all of my works," she said.
"Everything good or bad that I have gone through in life somehow end up on the canvas, sculpture, or other creative forms."
Ms Smith's has always had an interest in arts "as it runs through the family".
She was an art teacher at Goulburn High School for 10 years. Post her retirement, she dedicated her time to make a place for herself in the art world.
Earlier this year, she held an exhibition of some of her paintings at the Goulburn Club.
The exhibition called Time Sequence Revelations coincided with the Australian Blues Music Festival.
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