A stunning exhibition from two Tarkine in Motion artists featuring paintings by Michelle Ball and photographic images by Craig Wall.
These talented and generous artists are donating exhibition profits to our Foundation, so this is an event not to miss.
Immerse yourself in a rainforest 100 million years plus in the making. Experience a storm swept coastline that has been home to countless generations of Indigenous peoples.
The Tarkine is a beautiful and remote region of North West Tasmania that is under threat from logging and mining. Its rainforests are amongst the last remnants of a vast tract of cool temperate rainforest which once stretched across the southern half of the super-continent Gondwana, before it broke off to form Antarctica, South Africa, South America, New Zealand and Australia. Fossils of these same tree species can be found buried deep beneath the ice of Antarctica.
Craig and Michelle's artworks seek to reflect the fragility and beauty of these unique and ancient landscapes.
Opening night is Thursday 8th November (SOLD OUT) and then showing daily from 10am to 4pm till Friday 16th November.
The Palm House
Sydney, NSW 2000
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