Pine Rivers Art Gallery
28 Apr, 2020 - 25 Jul, 2020
Our landscape is continually changing.
Four invited artists bring fresh eyes to capture what the region looks like in 2020, commenting on the surroundings as experienced today. The exhibition explores what draws artists to specific landscapes and the connections they hold to them.
This biennial exhibition will continue to document the shifts of the Moreton Bay region, providing a snapshot of a moment in time that can be revisited and reflected upon in years to come.
Exhibition developed by Moreton Bay Regional Council.
Image credit: Bridie Gillman, Some sort of growth (detail), 2019. Oil and pastel on canvas. Winner 2019 Moreton Bay Regional Art Awards, Moreton Bay Regional Council Art Collection.
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