Local Artist Exhibitions

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Bindi Waugh, 'CHOOSE – WHY' 2016. Image: Courtesy of the artist.

Local Artist Exhibitions

Works from three local artists are on show at the Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum, across two diverse exhibitions.


'APPROPRIATE / NOT APPROPRIATE' showcases the latest work of two local artists, Felicia Lloyd and Belynda (Bindi) Waugh.

One indigenous and one non-indigenous, both award-winning artists use imagery and text to consider contemporary issues from new perspectives. Through traditional and digital prints, video works, installation, paintings and drawings, questions are posed and ideals re-examined.

'APPROPRIATE / NOT APPROPRIATE' is on display until 25 February 2017.


Award-winning artist, Beryl Wood, combines her love of art and fashion to present seventeen wearable art garments, in 'Wearable Art: Another Corner of My Mind'.

With a background in theatre and a fascination in dramatic costumes, Beryl has created works of art with wearability in mind. Playfully inspired by the world around us, each garment's individual theme is represented through her method of making and fabric choice.

From recycled objects, to brightly coloured textiles, this whimsical exhibition invites audiences into yet another corner of Beryl's mind.

'Wearable Art: Another Corner of My Mind' is on display from 4 February until 29 April 2017.


For a full list of what's on, head to the Gallery & Museum website: http://gragm.qld.gov.au



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