Five fantastic exhibitions are coming to a close at the New England Regional Art Museum on 6 May. So, if you haven’t already stopped by to view the inspiring array artworks currently on display then now is the time and entry is free.
Don’t miss this opportunity to see local photographer Tim Barnsley’s vibrant and insightful images of life in Vietnam, Norman Lindsay’s masterful watercolours from the Howard Hinton Collection and the beauty of the four seasons depicted in an array of exceptional works from NERAM’s permanent collection. You can also explore the Balinese Subak tradition through artists Margaret Brooks and Christine McMillan’s installation. There are also myriad stories to be discovered in the etchings, woodcuts and screenprints created during a collaborative project in Arnhem Land and Central Australia involving Basil Hall Editions and indigenous and non-indigenous artists.
Exhibitions Closing on 6 May:
From Blue Mud Bay to Central Australia: Prints from Basil Hall Editions, Darwin
Seasonal Fare: From the Permanent Collections
Norman Lindsay: A brush of colour
Tim Barnsley: to be photographed, to take a photograph
Subak: Margaret Brooks and Christine McMillan