Upcoming exhibition: “CrossBorder: The Significance of Wetlands” – 7th October in Mt Gambier

Upcoming exhibition: “CrossBorder: The Significance of Wetlands” – 7th October in Mt Gambier

We are very excited to bring you an art exhibition with a stellar line up of twenty local artists, as part of our Mount Burr Swamp campaign. The event held in Mount Gambier, Friday 7th of October, and on site at the Mount Burr Swamp wool-shed at the open day the following Sunday. The artists use a range of media, and come from all around our region, from Warrnambool, Port Fairy, Portland, Narrawong, Mount Gambier and Penola.

CrossBorder: The Significance of Wetlands
Chapel Studio
146 Suttontown Road, Mount Gambier
Friday 7 Oct, 7 pm

All of the artworks will be for sale with a proportion of the proceeds going directly towards the management and restoration at Mount Burr Swamp. Imagine that, a brand new artwork to brighten up your home, while also supporting habitat for threatened species!

One of the artworks from the exhibition, by David Higgins

One of the artworks from the exhibition, by David Higgins

Here’s a list of the artists confirmed so far: David Higgins, Andrea Radley, Damian McDonald, Megan Nicolson, Merran Cohen, Oriel Glennen, Cat Bailey, Carmel Wallace, Trevor Smith, Margaret Smith, Bianca Richardson, Susie Hill, Dianna Wiseman, Julia Reader, Barbara Lightburn, Joann Fife, Kristyn Jones, Anne Miles, Robert Miles, Dagny Strand.

Rose Thompson
Rose Thompson


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