The Ranges | 3 Perspectives

Join us for the opening

15 May @ 1pm

Burrinja warmly invites you to celebrate the official opening of three stunning new exhibitions in the Burrinja Galleries, with works by:
• Fred Williams •
• Mary Tonkin •
• Miles Evergood •
All three artists explore and reflect on the exquisite natural environment of the Dandenong Ranges. Collectively, the artists represent over 100 years of landscape painting from the early 20th century to today.
Light refreshments provided.
I hope you can join us.

Gareth Hart
Creative Director & CEO

The Ranges | 3 Perspectives

15 May - 4 Jul | Burrinja Gallery

Drawing from the vivid and lush landscape of the Dandenong Ranges, a place each artist once called home, the works in this exhibition showcase three distinctly different perspectives.

Be captured by the unique majesty of the ranges, seen through the eyes of these brilliant Australian landscape painters.

Mary Tonkin: Contemporary plein air landscape artist whose detailed large scale representations reflect the forest at her family’s property in Kalorama.

Fred Williams: Australia’s most iconic landscape artist redefined painting in the Australian bush during his ‘Upwey years’ from 1963-68.

Miles Evergood: An impressionist whose 1930’s Kalorama paintings are characterised by strong colours and expressive brushstrokes and use of palette knife.

banner image credits (left to right):
Miles Evergood (1871 - 1939), The Red House (detail), c. 1935 – 1938, oil on canvas, 30.5 x 40.5 cm
Fred Williams, Landscape with Burning Tree II 1969 (detail), oil on canvas, 122.5 x 132.5 cm, TarraWarra Museum of Art collection,
Gift of Eva Besen AO and Marc Besen AO. Donated through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program 2013. © Estate of Fred Williams. Photo: Andrew Curtis
Mary Tonkin, Ramble, Kalorama 2017-19 (detail) oil on linen, 21 panels, 180 x 1890 cm Photographer Matthew Stanton