An artist’s view: Margaret Olley and contemporaries

Wednesday 06 July 2022 to Sunday 28 August 2022 (WEEKLY event)

Overview

An artist’s view brings together interiors and still life paintings by Margaret Olley and works by contemporary artists who have taken inspiration from Margaret Olley, her practice and her famous…

An artist’s view brings together interiors and still life paintings by Margaret Olley and works by contemporary artists who have taken inspiration from Margaret Olley, her practice and her famous Duxford Street home studio. Including painting, photography and works on paper, the exhibition presents different artist’s views and responses to her still life and interior subjects.

Artists exhibiting alongside Margaret Olley in this exhibition include Steven Alderton, Danelle Bergstrom, Cressida Campbell, Christine Druitt-Preston, Nicholas Harding, John Honeywill, Lewis Miller, Greg Weight and William Yang.

This exhibition is drawn entirely from the Tweed Regional Gallery collection.

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