One of Clayton Tremlett's artworks from his 'Immortals' series of prints, an image of the head of the Maryborough War Memorial statue

Immortals − Clayton Tremlett

27 Apr 2023 – 11 Jun 2023

A Portrait Study of Digger Memorials in the state of Victoria.

Immortals is a topological PORTRAIT study of 65 ANZAC ‘Digger’ memorials in the state of Victoria. The project draws from and asks us to reflect on Australian History. It documents the facial features of every Digger memorial as a single point of reference. Immortals is an original, research-based study, which recontextualizes the Anzac identity as it was memorialized a century ago. Immortals merges research, archive, contemporary printmaking and political provocation.

Art History Tours

11:00am & 2:00pm, Sunday 7 May

The Maryborough Midlands Historical Society will be running informative tours from the Gallery to the WWI Maryborough War Memorial statue by Margaret Baskerville (just a short walk from the Gallery) as part of the National Trust Heritage Festival.

Artist Talk

2:00pm Sunday 14th May 2023

Clayton Tremlett will give a talk about this exhibition and his art practice.

Art Talk

Thursday 18 May 10:30am–12:00 noon
This art talk by artist Clayton Tremlett will focus on the work of sculptor Margaret Baskerville.

To book call 03 5461 6600 or email

Clayton Tremlett, Maryborough (from Immortals series), print. © Clayton Tremlett. Reproduced with the permission of the artist.

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Phone: (+61 3) 5461 6600

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Opening Hours
Thursday to Sunday 10am–4pm

The Gallery will be closed on ANZAC Day and Good Friday.

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