This exhibition presents recent works by Merton Chambers concerning environmental destruction and universal hunger.
Born in rural Ontario, Canada in 1929, Merton studied at the Ontario College of Art and was awarded a travelling scholarship to Europe. He later established a successful pottery studio in Toronto, becoming a significant figure in the arts and crafts movement of the 1960s and 70s. He moved to Australia in the 1980s becoming the founding director of the Noosa Regional Gallery.
Merton has continued to paint and draw throughout his long career and his work is held in public and private collections around the world.
|Dates:||RE-OPENING from Friday 12 June to Sunday 30 August 2020|
|Times:||4 sessions daily: 9:30am-11am | 11:30am-1pm | 1:30pm-3pm | 3:30pm-5pm
To comply with the Gallery’s COVID-Safe plan which limits the number of people in attendance at any one time, visitors are required to pre-book a 90-minute session. Your booking allows entry to view all exhibitions on show for the duration of your session. No need to book for each exhibition.
|Bookings:||ESSENTIAL! Book via EventBrite|
|Age Group:||All ages|
Image: Merton Chambers Empty bowl 2018 (detail) | oil pastel on paper, 102 x 102 cm. Courtesy of the artist