Exhibitions | Operation Art | Out of the Zone - Gaara Arts Cabinet Exhibition | An Involuntary Circus - Daniela Bradley
Operation Art showcases 50 artworks by students in Kindergarten to Year 10. The works become part of the Children's Hospital at Westmead's art collection.
The artworks are made by students to create a positive, uplifting environment in hospitals which aids in the healing process of young patients.
Out of the Zone - Gaara Arts Cabinet Exhibition
This exhibition is the culmination of a number of workshops funded by a grant from NSW Government Regional Arts.
Intending to stretch the artists of Gaara, members were challenged to abandon their comfort zones and embrace new forms of artistic expression. Already proficient in their own styles, the artists learnt new skills and produced works in a range of media while connecting in a spirit of friendship and collegiality.
Sometimes frustrating but always fun, the workshops produced mosaics, mixed media, felting, sculpture and printing that we are proud to show.
An Involuntary Circus - Daniel Bradley
This series of paintings and sculptures figures a predominate narrative on the environment within an Australian landscape. The works intertwine allegories of conservation, progress and the effect of colonization on the endemic landscape.
This confronting exhibition highlights the possible tragedies facing the Australian ecosystem.
Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery is located at 404 - 408 Argent Street, Broken Hill. Broken Hill is the largest regional outback centre in Western New South Wales, positioned close to the South Australian border and midway between the Queensland and Victorian borders. Broken Hill is a culturally rich and diverse environment. Famous for its mining industries, silver and mineral deposits, and unionism, the city today is also identified by the strength of its arts community, and number of artists and galleries in the region. The town is also the home of The Brushmen of the Bush, a celebrated group of Australian artists including Pro Hart, Jack Absalom, Hugh Schulz, Eric Minchin and John Pickup, who took paintings of outback Australia to the world.