Saturday, March 11, 2017

Scenes of our city at Museum of Brisbane

 'Life on the edge - Moreton Bay' ©2012 Nicola Moss. Hand cut papers, synthetic polymer paint, charcoal frottage, natural ochre. Gadens Brisbane Collection. Courtesy of the artist and SGAR.

I was delighted to receive an email yesterday to inform me that two of my papercut works are currently on show in the exhibition - Scenes of our city at Museum of Brisbane.

Scenes of our city, includes a selection of works from the Museum of Brisbane Collection and Gadens Brisbane Collection. It presents urban scenes inspired by Brisbane’s architectural history by 21 artists including Vida Lahey, Noel McKenna and Margaret Olley. These artists have observed the life of the city with fascination and inadvertently captured its physical changes.
This selection of artworks reveals the emergence of Brisbane as a confident new world city and honours the buildings and settings that have shaped it.

Scenes of our City is on show at Museum of Brisbane until 16th July, open daily 10am - 5pm.

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