16 Dec 2023 – 14 Apr 2024

An exploration of the multiplicity of love through the visual arts.

Exhibition will be on display until 14 April 2024

Love is a source of inspiration for visual artists throughout history.  This exhibition explores love expressed through the themes of love of country, nature, self-love and love between people.  The exhibition is drawn from the Central Goldfields Art Gallery collection and other public collections. 

The exhibition also features photographs by Wal Richards, who photographed weddings in Maryborough and surrounds for nearly 50 years from the 1940s.

Stephen and Colin

David Rosetzky, Stephen and Colin. Archival pigment print, 2023. Courtesy of the artist and Sutton Gallery

Dean Bowen Home of Love 2022 Lithograph_Lowres

Dean Bowen, The Home of Love 2022. Lithograph, 48 x 68cm. Courtesy of Cascade Art Gallery

2011.23_KateBergin_The Alpacas' Teaparty 2

Kate Bergin, The Alpacas' Teaparty, 2011. Oil on canvas. 171cm x 232cm. Collection Bendigo Art Gallery. The Gift of Grace and Alec Craig of Bendigo, Victoria 2011. Image courtesy Kate Bergin and Scott Livesey Galleries.

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