John Wolseley Slow water and the rufous songlark, Bibbaringa 3, 2019-20
Tony Nott Beetle Track Mt Narra Narra, 2019
About the exhibition
This exhibition showcases works by leading contemporary artists, developed in response to regenerative farming properties situated between the Murray and Murrumbidgee rivers in southern NSW.
Looking beyond limiting the impact of industrial agriculture, these farmers actively work to rehabilitate the land and nurture healthy ecosystems. Inspired by their immersion with both the farmer and landscape, the artists reveal a mutual creativity, appreciation and understanding of the natural forces that sustain us.
Earth Canvas explores the experiences of both the regenerative farmer and the artist, their respective engagement with the land and their vision for a healthier world.
This exhibition comprises framed and unframed hanging works in a variety of mediums, a series of low relief wall installations and audio visual material.
Artists and Curator
- Kate Eastick
Ros Atkins, Jenny Bell, Jo Davenport, Janet Laurence, Tony Nott, Idris Murphy and John Wolseley.
Available Dates and
- Available dates
- 01/06/2022 - 31/12/2023
- Exhibition size
- Over 100 sq or running metres
- Originating state
- Organised by
- Albury LibraryMuseum and Earth Canvas
- $4,000 (inc. freight)
- Web Site
- Other materials
- Note the price of this exhibition is subject to Visions of Australia funding. Please contact to discuss.
- Primary contact
- Emma Williams
- 02 6023 8360
- Developed by Earth Canvas and Albury LibraryMuseum with support from National Museum of Australia and funding from Visions Australia and Albury City Council.