Brett Whiteley: West of the Divide - Art Collector

BRETT WHITELEY Marulan bird with rocks c1980, oil, gouache, collage, rocks on plywood, 96 x 77 cm. Brett Whiteley Studio Collection. © Wendy Whiteley. Photo: AGNSW.

Brett Whiteley drew inspiration from the landscape of NSW’s Central Tablelands over his lifetime, from his formative years as a student at Scots College, Bathurst, to time spent in Sofala, Hill End, Oberon and Carcoar. With paintings, sculpture and drawings spanning three decades, this exhibition focuses on the enduring connection Whiteley had with the region west of the Great Dividing Range.

An Art Gallery of New South Wales and Brett Whiteley Studio touring exhibition developed in partnership with the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre

Exhibition opens: 6pm 25 November 2016
Exhibition closes: 29 January 2017
Location: Bathurst Regional Art Gallery , 70-78 Keppel St Bathurst, NSW
Contact: 02 6333 6555

About Bathurst Regional Art Gallery
Bathurst Regional Art Gallery (BRAG) is one of the oldest regional galleries in NSW. It is a professionally staffed facility owned and operated by Bathurst Regional Council.

The gallery has a diverse exhibition program, a focus on community access and a commitment to the provision of innovative educational and public programs underpin the gallery's operations. BRAG averages a visitation of 30,000 people a year, well above the national average for a regional gallery.

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