Presented by The Con Artists Collective
A visual musing of the Tasmanian Landscape
and our place within it.
This collection of work investigates the subtle nuances of Tasmania’s natural and urban landscapes that often go unnoticed. As we traverse our surroundings, our surroundings traverse us, influencing our physical, mental, and spiritual wellbeing. We all have places where we feel a more profound sense of connection, be it a familiar walk in a park or urban space, a trek into one of Tasmania’s wild places, or even a daily commute to work. These places allow us to switch off from the constant buzz of technology. Here is where the understated fabric of experience flows steady, and the places we may have previously taken for granted can offer an insight into our unique shaping of reality.
Saturday 9 – Tuesday 19 October 2021
10:00am – 5:00pm daily
Friday 8 October 2021 @ 5:00pm
Adrian Bradbury. There is a path through (detail) (2021). Oil over acrylic on unstretched canvas. 300 x 146cm.
Nathaniel Hiller. Four seasons in one hour (2021). Acrylic on canvas. 200 x 120cm.