Tied grass, radiometer, bell jar, white glass light shade,
seed globe on milk glass vase.
Bell jar, plaster cast of egg interior, lichen.
Seed globe, tied grass.
Mushrooms, door knob, white markers, label.
Skeletal pieces, clouded house box ornament, white markers, label.
Native orchid, plaster cast of egg interior, white marker, label.
Milk glass hand vase, feathers, tied grass.
Tied grass, smokey quartz crystal.
You are cordially invited to attend the opening of the Clandulla State Gallery’s inaugural exhibition, The Survey Show, at 1pm on Sunday 13 April 2014. Thirteen established and emerging artists are producing new work especially for the event, engaging with the unique context of the gallery.
The Survey Show was conceived by Clandulla State Gallery founder, Alex Wisser to engage contemporary art with the forest environment. The Survey Show was jointly developed and organised with visiting artist-curator, Margaret Roberts, in conjunction with the artists.
Clandulla State Gallery is co-extensive with the Clandulla State Forest. Measuring approximately 1400 hectares, it is considered to be the world’s largest art gallery. It is a pleasant five-minute drive along Bylong Valley Drive from Kandos in the New South Wales Central West, and will be clearly sign posted (look for the ‘Contemporary Art’ sign) on the Western side of the road.
For directions and map, please visit our website: http://clandullastategallery.wordpress.com