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Sculptural Felt International …we felt like crossing borders

6 June - 18 July 2015

Is an ambitious global exhibition curated by Kitty Korver from the Netherlands. The exhibition will open in The Netherlands in September 2014 and then travel to Australia opening in Tamworth 6 June 2015

Four decades of Australian New Media Art
6 June - 18 July 2015

Scanlines is the first exhibition of its kind: a comprehensive group exhibition that surveys the heritage of new media art in Australia since the 1980’s.

Tamworth Regional Film and Sound Archive

25 July - 22 August 2015

The Tamworth Regional Film and Sound Archive preserves our regional film and sound heritage.
This exhibition is drawn from Archive’s Collection.

Gallery I
George Baldessin
Creative Power:
The of Art George Baldessin

The exhibition includes a selection of prints and drawings and is curated by Tess Edwards Baldessin, the artist’s widow. The works in this travelling exhibition show the development of Baldessin’s various themes as well as his very individual style.

Image above
George Baldessin Performers with bicycles, (detail) 1964, etching and aquatint, 17.1 x 24.8,
Image Below
George Baldessin Warlords before their own proper monument, 1964, etching, aquatint and colour stencil, 49.8 x 34.4 cm.
Both works on loan from Australian Galleries. Image Maitland Regional Art Gallery.
Gallery 2
From the Collcetion
until 30 May 2015

A selection of paintings from the Tamworth Regional Gallery Collection.

Images above, Bronwyn Woodley-Graham, Revelation, 2010 (detail), oil on linen, 107 x 198 cm. Below Angus Nivison, Summer Cottan Bimbang, 2009, acrylic, charcoal, gesso and pigments on canvas, 200 x 360 cm diptych. Images TRG
Community Space
at Ray Walsh House
Linda Lockyer Ranges to the Coast
Until 29 May 2015

I live on the top of the ranges amongst spectacular gorge country and lush grazing land. Inspiration to paint is all around me and I have a great passion for painting. I also love the coast, as I grew up near the sea and have always been drawn to it. My family therefore spends a great deal of time at the Mid North Coast in the small township of Bonny Hills. We travel down the mountain, through the ranges to this beautiful part of our country which also provides amazing inspiration for my work.

Linda Lockyer

Ray Walsh House Community
Gallery Space
437 Peel Street
Opening Hours:
Monday - Friday 8.30am - 5pm

Images above Linda Lockyer Beach Belles acrylic on canvas, 120 x 150, below Haven Panorama II acrylic on canvas, 120 x 150. Images LL.

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