A survey of an important mid-career Australian artist.
Mangrove monster no. 2 1986
Wood, mandarin skins, shell and resin 90 87 x 146 cm. Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art, purchased through the Queensland Art Gallery Foundation, 1987
Growing up on the Gold Coast sparked Anna Carey’s interest and fascination with mid-twentieth century architecture.
Wood veneer 2010
Giclée print (edition of 5) 79 x 118 cm. Courtesy of Andrew Baker Art Dealer
Featuring Davida Allen’s Archibald Prize-winning portrait of her father-in-law, Works from the Collection focusses on large scale works from the second half of the 20th century held within the city’s art collection.
My father-in-law hosing his celtus trees 1986 (detail)
Oil on linen, 230 x 187 cm. Ipswich Art Gallery Collection. Acquired with funds donated by the Ipswich Arts Foundation, 2000
This painting and other selected pieces from the contemporary collection are currently on show.
Road to Cherbourg 1993
Acrylic on canvas, 132 x 136.5cm. Ipswich Art Gallery Collection, 1999
Express from the US, designer/ artist Eric Lennartson will create one of his amazing Tapescapes here as part of Construction Site for this year’s summer holiday fun. This 20 metre-squared multi-level playspace for kids features tunnels and slides created entirely from packing tape.
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Bad bird 2, Eating Noodles & Gangster's daughter-come rain or shine 2011
Stoneware. Ipswich Art Gallery Collection, 2011