Forces of Nature
This exhibition Interrogates the ecological and natural forces at play in the surrounding environment.
Forces of Nature looks beyond the traditional landscape to interrogate the ecological and natural forces at play in the surrounding environment. This exhibition brings together seventeen clarence valley artists to present varied perspectives on our ever-changing environment.
Whether capturing the impacts of natural disasters, sharing traditional knowledge of the land or examining the ongoing climate crisis the diverse approaches to materials and methods found in these works encourage us to reconsider the spaces we move through.
This exhibition is on view until Saturday 8 April (Easter Saturday).
Top: Sue Harris Waterline 2023, mixed media, (detail). Courtesy of the artist.
Homepage square: Julie Hutchings Just add Water (detail). Courtesy of the artist.
Slider: Stacey Conridge Fire and Ash II 2022, (detail). Courtesy of the artist.
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