Local artist Chiara Samperi has her second art exhibition hanging at Arvo's Tapas Bar in Mount Isa.
Ms Samperi's exhibition is called "Soxs of Success" and features 14 paintings all with one thing in common: they all feature socks.
It's her second time her work has featured on the walls of Arvo's after a display of bright and colourful art work last October.
But Ms Samperi said the new exhibition was a little different.
"It glows in the dark," Ms Samperi said.
"And I have used acrylic paints with socks incorporated in the canvas paintings."
Ms Samperi would not reveal the artistic "secret recipe" of how she gets her painting to glow but was happier to talk about socks saying she always loved them.
"I was known back home in Tully for wearing knee-height socks," she said.
"And I thought I'm going to incorporate socks into this exhibition in scenarios where I like to be, so we've got one where we're stepping onto the carousel and they are all waving."
Ms Samperi said none of the socks in the paintings had been worn except one which were her daughters socks.
"The rest I just got because I liked them," she said.
"It's just incorporating something I already love into art. And it's a good conversation starter."
Sox of Success is now on display at Arvo's Tapas Bar.
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