12 Oct 2016 - 06 Nov 2016


Repeating patterns dominate the organic environment. The designs found in nature are often echoed when decorating or building human habitats.

Duplicated imagery is a practice used throughout history and across cultures.

When doing research for her botanical drawings, local artist Andrea Baumert Howard was intrigued by the way pieces linked together, were overlayed, modified and repeated. The work in this exhibition explores repeated patterns both in nature and as adapted for use in architecture.

Catch a glimpse of Andrea’s art-making process here.

Dates: Wednesday, 12 October to Sunday, 6 November 2016
Times: 10am–5pm daily
Cost: Free
Bookings: Not required
Age Group: All ages

Image: Andrea Baumert Howard Hex tile 2016 (detail) | Pen on paper 70 x 60 cm. Courtesy of the artist