As the Mount Burr Swamp campaign approaches its finale, Nature Glenelg Trust and 21 artists from both sides of the South Australian / Victorian border have teamed up to present
As the Mount Burr Swamp campaign approaches its finale, Nature Glenelg Trust and 21 artists from both sides of the South Australian / Victorian border have teamed up to present an Art exhibition, CrossBorder – The Significance of Wetlands. This one night only event highlights the importance of our region’s wetlands through the eye of an artist, inspired by Nature Glenelg Trust’s achievement of purchasing a wetland for restoration.
Artist’s from across NGT’s focal range will present work from a range of media, including sculptural, photographic, textile, print, paintings and mixed media. From crochet galaxias, monumental wetlands and quiet small prints, this exhibition will inspire attendees to think about the significance of wetlands and the undeniable role they play in maintaining our regional backyard.
The artists and their artworks demonstrate a deep respect for the values of our wetlands and one that obviously resonates throughout our local community.
Works displayed in the exhibition will be available for purchase, with a proportion of sales going toward the Mount Burr Swamp Restoration Fund.
The exhibition is being held at Joann Fife’s Chapel Studio, 146 Suttontown Rd, Mount Gambier and kicks off at 7pm – see the flyer below.
(Friday) 7:00 pm
146 Suttontown Road, Mount Gambier, SA 5290