The exhibition at the Gloucester Gallery Work features works by local artist Wilma Brown & her invited guest Lyn Stewart. The exhibition showcases 80 pieces of the oldest oak tree planted in Australia (c.1793–1798) painted with scenes of Australia. Each piece is numbered and comes with it’s own Certificate of Authenticity.
Please bring your children to see a little of what life was once, in a unique and fun tale of history. Wilma has invited Gloucester local author Lyn Stewart, who is a descendant of the family that planted the tree, to display her book during the exhibition.
In addition there are querky gourds, painted saws, animal portraits, handicrafts and more. Wilma will also be giving presentations, poetry readings, classes and displaying a 5 metre timeline of Australian development from 1700 to present day.
Opening night Saturday 14 Oct 2017: 6.00pm-8.00pm, all welcome!
- WHEN: Thursday 12 October to Sunday 5 November 2017.
- WHERE: The Gloucester Gallery, Denison Street.
- OPEN: Free entry, open Wed-Sat 10.00am-4.00pm, Sun 10.00am-1.00pm.