REDLAND ART GALLERY

current exhibitions

Sunday, 8 December, 2019 to Sunday, 26 January, 2020

Image: Sandra Pearce, Crossing borders (detail) 2018, mixed media. Courtesy of artist.

Opening: 6.30pm Friday 7 February

The In-Between is an exploration of artist books by members of the Papermakers and Artists Queensland. This group formed in 1993 and their membership consists of artists who share a passion for paper as a sole creative medium.

Image: Nicola Moss, The porch 2019, paper collage, synthetic polymer paint, print, charcoal, graphite, natural ochre, oil pastel, ink on linen. Courtesy of the artists and Onespace Gallery. Photography by Carl Warner.

Adaption is an exhibition reflecting on the many values of healthy environments – ones we create for ourselves as communities and those larger forces beyond our control. Together, the work of Queensland artists Miles Allen, Helena Jackson-Lloyd and Nicola Moss, brings a dialogue in response to their contemporary relationship with Australian landscape.

Sunday, 2 February, 2020 to Sunday, 8 March, 2020

Image: Rachael Lee, Drifting 2019, linocut, stencil, collagraph and collage on Magnani Aquerello. 6 Courtesy of the artist.

Opening: 6.30pm Friday 7 February
Rachael Lee’s work is a direct response to feelings of connection with the positive experience of nature-based environments and unseen forces that create this attraction. While traveling through particular areas in Redlands, strong positive vibrations are felt by the artist as if – nature is whispering – an invitation to explore the area in closer detail.

Sunday, 8 December, 2019 to Sunday, 26 January, 2020

Image: Robert MacPherson, Australia b.1937, 1000 FROG POEMS: 1000 BOSS DROVERS (“YELLOW LEAF FALLING”) FOR H.S. (detail, no. 1916) 1996–2014. Graphite, ink and stain on paper. Purchased 2014 with funds from the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art Foundation, Paul and Susan Taylor, and Donald and Christine McDonald / Collection: Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art. © Robert MacPherson.

View a selection from Boss Drovers 1996 –2014 which comprise 2400 individual drawings, all deliberately executed as if by the hand of a ten-year-old. Over a 20-year period, Robert MacPherson made these in the guise of his alter ego, Robert Pene, a grade 4 student at St Joseph’s Convent, Nambour, Queensland. The project is dated 14 February 1947, and each sheet is stained to give it an aged patina.