8 June to 4 July
Brenda May Gallery
Green is no longer just a colour in the 21st century. This show will focus on issues such as the environment, conservation and sustainable living. It features the work of artists who use their practice to express their concerns about environmental issues such as the impact of introduced species, deforestation and genetically modified crops.
Artists will include: Lorraine Biggs, Andrew Blackwell, Graham Blondel, Tammie Castles, Gaye Chapman, Jim Croke, Sybil Curtis, Wendy Edwards, Lyndal Hargrave, Barbara Licha, Emily McIntosh and Marcus Dillon, Carol Murphy, Janis Nedela, Tanja Riese, Jimmy Rix, Brenda Runnegar, Michael Schlitz, Liz Stops, Janet Tavener, Peter Tilley, Bronwyn Tuohy, Emily Valentine and Hadyn Wilson.
Image: Lorraine Biggs, ?Biodiversity?, 2008, ink on 240gsm Arches paper - edition of five, 24.5 x 18.5cm
(Formerly Brenda May Gallery)
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Hours: Tue to Sat 10-5 (Closed Sun/Mon, Public Holidays, Easter long weekend and mid December to late January)
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