Turks Head Gallery will be re-opening on the 20th of June with two exhibitions, Mountains & Me – Charlie Brown, and Monoliths – John Wallace. Please join us on the opening night to celebrate the beautiful work of these two photographers, and also the easing of restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic that has swept the world.
Opening Night: 20th June 2020
Location: Turks Head Gallery, Albury
Cost: Free Entry
Drinks and Nibbles available.
A little about each exhibition…
Mountains & Me – Charlie Brown
Charlie captures the beautiful landscape around his Mount Beauty home like no other. The areas around Falls Creek, Mount Buffalo and Mount Hotham are home to stunning Australian mountain landscapes, and Charlie has spent many years capturing the beauty, and sometimes destruction, in these remote Alpine environments.
This exhibition “Mountains & Me” are a collection of images by Charlie printed on both large textured canvas well over a metre in size, and also smaller fine art prints of the same works.
More information about Charlie’s exhibition can be found here – https://turksheadgallery.com/project/mountains-me-charlie-brown/
Monoliths – John Wallace
Monoliths is a series of images created during a time of personal stress and a fight with depression. Photography became a way of dealing with stress and trauma with the images depicting lonely and isolated landscapes and cityscapes in monochrome.
Shot mainly along the east coast of Australia with a brief foray into Tasmania the images were a means of forgetting the daily and escaping into another world.
More information about John’s exhibition can be found here – https://turksheadgallery.com/project/monoliths-john-wallace/