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Genius loci

The landscape is a rich starting point for the exploration of a broad variety of topics. From the connection to Country of Australia’s First Peoples through to the contemporary re-imagining of what a landscape is, artists celebrate the beauty, power and fragility of the natural world. In this exhibition the artists share a common interest in landscape. Working with glass they respond in a variety of ways to challenge the viewer’s perception of what is often regarded as a stylistically rigid genre.

Karen Rogers My Mothers

Karen Rogers My Mothers Country, 2018 approx 16 x 10 cm each Wonmari (1), Road trip to Wonmari (2), Road trip to Wonmari (3), Jaw Jaw (waterlily) (4), Dhulmarrdung (long neck turtle) (5), Pandanus (6), Margudmargud (7), Dirdbaba (8) hot formed and engraved glass $330 Photo: Adam McGrath 20 | GENIUS LOCI | 5 APRIL TO 3 JUNE

Bruce Wilfred and Walter Rogers Landscape N# 1, 2018 found glass, wood 60 x 20 x 15 cm $500 Photo: Adam McGrath 21 | GENIUS LOCI | 5 APRIL TO 3 JUNE