Goulburn Regional Art Gallery

Exhibitions

Future Exhibitions

 

VISIONS OF PLEASURE 10

18 November - 17 December 2016

Annual exhibition celebrating the International Day of People with a Disability.

Image:  Spring, 2015 group collaboration

THREE WAYS: GW BOT, MEG BUCHANAN & ANITA MCINTYRE

31 March - 20 May 2017

EXHIBITION CURATED BY PETER HAYNES FOR COWRA REGIONAL GALLERY

Three Ways showcases the recent work of three artists whose aesthetic explorations are concerned with the Australian landscape in which they live and work.  The Three Ways of the title refers not only to the aesthetic and conceptual approaches of the artists but also to the various means to choose to visualise their imaginative creations:  Bot is a printmaker, painter and sculptor: Buchanan is a painter, printmaker and drawer and McIntyre is a ceramicist.

Image:  GW Bot, Fragile Glyph, 2016. Oil on canvas, 80 x 132cm GW Bot is represented by Beaver Galleries

 

 

 

 

PRESENCE: TWO VISIONS OF A LANDSCAPE - Ros Auld and Claire Primrose

31 March - 20 May 2017

ARTIST TOURED EXHIBITION CURATED BY PETER HAYNES

Ros Auld (ceramics) and Claire Primrose (painting) are both concerned with expressing an authentic connection with their natural world.  Auld's works aims to express both the strength and fragility of nautre using mateials from the earth, with an interplay between monumental forms and delicate surfaces.  Primrose's work is inspired and informed by many different locations within the Australian landscape with an interest in recreating the surfaces, textures and colours evocative of a particular place.

This exhibition of individual and collaborative works brings together two artists who share a similar sense of expressive gestural qualities in their work.

Image:  Ros Auld, 2013, raku clay, various slips and glazes, 48 x 67 x 25cm

JUSTENE WILLIAMS: THE CURTAIN BREATHED DEEPLY

28 May - 8 July 2017

EXHIBITION CURATED AND DEVELOPED BY ARTSPACE, SYDNEY AND TOURING NATIONALLY IN PARTNERSHIP WITH MUSEUMS & GALLERIES NSW

The Curtain Breathed Deeply is an expansive new commission by Sydney based artist Justene Williams.  The exhibition will transform the entirety of goulburn.art REGIONAL GALLERY into an intentionally chaotic, immersive and interrelated sequence of installations.  Her largest and most ambitious undertaking to date, The Curtain Breathed Deeply will seduce visitors into and through a series of hypnotic sets and video installations abounding in cacophony and sensory overload.

Image: Justene Williams, The Curtain Breathed Deeply, installation view Artspace, Sydney 2014. Photo Zan Wmberley

 

 

 

 

 

 

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