This exhibition features work from contemporary artists that explore the Australian landscape in its extremities, subtleties and forms to consider our connection to it.
The Australian landscape can instill fear and inspire awe - it is an ecosystem that is entirely its own. The picture of Australia evoked by Dorothea Mackellar’s prose in ‘My Country’ still rings true more than 100 years later. She is a land that is beautiful and terrifying, she can be harsh just as she is nurturing.
For Her beauty and her terror contemporary artists explore the Australian landscape in its extremities, subtleties and forms to consider our connection to it.
This exhibition is free to view.
This gallery launched on June 26 and is available for viewing until September 11.
Tuesdays - Saturday | 10am - 4pm
Caboolture Regional Art Gallery, 4 Hasking Street, Caboolture 4510 View map
The Hub Gallery at Caboolture is dedicated to highlighting emerging and mid-career artists, exhibiting a range of visual arts forms, including three-dimensional works.
Image credit: Jane Burton, Motherland #6, 2008. Type C print on paper. Winner Moreton Bay Region Art Awards 2013, Moreton Bay Regional Council Art Collection.