Goulburn Regional Art Gallery


Present Exhibitions

Luminous Merinos

30 September 2013 - 30 December 2020

We pay homage to Goulburn's wool industry in this lighting exhibition in the 24 external windows of the gallery and the library facing Church Street. The installation was created by Emrah Baki Ulas from 24 charcoal drawings in our Permanent Collection by Jenny Bell.

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Continuing exhibition


8 September - 7 October 2017

VAST is Robyn Mayo's visual record of her travels through central Australia between 1996 and 2013 when she visited Arnhem Land, the Gulf Country, the central desert areas of Rainbow Valley, Chambers Pillar, The Painted Desert, The Simpson Desert, Lake Eyre and the Flinders Rangers. The resulting works consist both of landscapes and of intimate flora and fauna studies made at each campsite.

Originally from the Southern Tablelands and now Tasmanian-based, Mayo's renderings of plants are impressionistic rather than literal and she does not regard herself as a true botanical artist.  She chooses to work plein air in order to feel the changing moods of landscapes and observe how plants, animals, insects and birds react throughout the day.

Image:  Robyn Mayo, Victoria River Landscape (detail), watercolour & ink drawing, 85 x 226cm. Image courtesy of Scott Cunningham

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