Australian Light

Consuelo Cavaniglia, Taree MacKenzie and Gemma Smith
Saturday, 5 February 2022 to Sunday, 10 April 2022
Temporary Gallery
Aaron Bradbrook WAG Curator Exhibitions and Outreach

Arthur Streeton is one of Australia's best-known landscape painters and a member of the ‘Heidelberg School’. Born at Mt Duneed, South West Victoria, in 1867, Streeton championed a new pictorial narrative of interpreting Australian Light in the landscape.

150 years on, prominent Australian contemporary artists visit South West Victoria and respond to the same landscape through the prism of light. Awash with colour, light becomes the mechanism by which each artist creates a space for chance encounters, perceptual shifts and illusions.

*Please note new exhibition dates due to COVID19

Saturday 20 November 11 am–12 pm (Cancelled new dates TBA)
Conversation: Consuelo Cavaniglia
Free admission, COVID19 capacity limits in place

Saturday 27 November 10 am–1 pm. Tickets $30
Workshop: En plein air at Tower Hill, Eugene von Guérard lookout with Madeleine Peters.
Booking details to be announced shortly based on latest advice from the Victorian Government regarding COVID19 safety regulations.

Image credit: Consuelo Cavaniglia, I come back toward myself I, II & III, 2019. Powder coated steel, tinted glass, two-way mirror; three parts, each 105 x 97cm. Courtesy the artist and STATION. Photo: Christian Capurro