This exhibition presents recent work by Ipswich-based artist Kylie Stevens, reflecting her deep connection and reverence for nature.
By incorporating the natural elements of river water and earth, each work contains the very essence of the landscape it represents. The richly textured surface is then used to map the region’s waterways in charcoal and copper leaf. Through her art, Kylie aims to showcase the beauty and alchemy of nature to inspire in the viewer a deeper respect and desire to protect our precious natural spaces.
|Dates:||Saturday 19 September to Sunday 8 November 2020 (OPEN Queen’s Birthday public holiday Monday 5 October)|
|Times:||4 sessions daily: 9:30am-11am | 11:30am-1pm | 1:30pm-3pm | 3:30pm-5pm *|
|Bookings:||ESSENTIAL! Book via EventBrite .
* 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 EXCLUDING Wind Tubes in the Children’s Gallery. (Wind Tubes must be booked separately.)
|Age Group:||All ages welcome.|
Image: Kylie Stevens Bremer & tributaries (detail) 2020 | Bremer River water, acrylic paint, copper leaf, charcoal and earth on canvas, 65 x 65 cm. Courtesy of the artist