This Gallery site was originally the home and studio of two Modernist artists, Margo and Gerald Lewers (1940s - 1970s). These artists made a significant contribution to the Sydney art scene and to enlivening Penrith’s cultural life – both then and now.
A reflection of Mandy Martin's 20 years in the Mandurama, Central Western NSW region, addressing her deep unease about the landscape in which we live. Environmental issues relating to water security, the impact of the region’s coal-fired power stations and open cut mines are central concerns.
The Lady and The Unicorn, a Bundanon Trust Touring Exhibition, is the result of a creative collaboration between eminent artist Arthur Boyd and Australian poet Peter Porter. The exhibition is an astonishing series of 25 images, with violent episodes, tragedy and triumph, that reinterprets the myth of the unicorn; isolated by its uniqueness, set apart by its fate and forever renewed in art and [...]
Showcasing the photographic works of Alice Sciberras, this exhibition explores the transformation of everyday objects into patterns of abstractions.
Rochelle Summerfield – A Wayfarer on the Nepean features drawing and animation works resulting from the artist’s recent Summer Studio Residency at Penrith Regional Gallery & The Lewers Bequest.
Curated by Andrew Christofides, Visions of Utopia brings together some of Australia’s finest exponents of abstract painting and non-objective art, including: Melinda Harper, Ralph Balson, Frank Hinder, David Aspden, Col Jordan and Grace Crowley. A Wollongong Art Gallery touring exhibition.
Hill End: Seven Decades showcases Bathurst Regional Art Gallery’s rich cultural archive developed over 70 years of Hill End artist residencies and reflects the diversity and quality of art inspired by this intriguing historic town. A Bathurst Regional Gallery touring exhibition.