A new exhibition by textiles artist Ellen Howell will use sound, smell and touch to create a memorable experience.
"I suppose you could describe it as a secret weapon," she said.
"But people don't understand why they feel or how they feel about something. They just know that all the pieces click together."
The former Tamworth resident said her work features piano music inspired by Indian traditional raga, smells and even a textiles basket.
"The artwork should hit every beat," she said.
Ms Howell calls her artwork The Neverending Thread: My Adventures with Cloth.
Developed after a visit to India, the new exhibition was inspired by the nature of a circular economy; a system where products are designed to be reused.
Gallery and Museums Director Bridget Guthrie said it was one of two to come to the Tamworth Regional Gallery over the holiday break.
The gallery will also display the 25 finalists of the 2020 Seed Stitch Contemporary Textile Award.
They're some of the best artists in the state, she said.
"Seed stitch is a snapshot of all different textile artists across the state at this point in time."
The exhibitions open to the public from Saturday 28 November and will be on display until February 7.