Bradman Centre Art Gallery

05/03/14 Category: Blog Posted by:

Exhibition Continues through to 31 July 2014

The Bradman Centre Art Gallery (BCAG) in Bowral brings exquisite artworks from local and nationally established artists, photographers and designers. Located in the heart of Bowral at the centre of the Southern Highlands of NSW the Gallery has four seasonal exhibitions each year as well solo artist shows.

The BCAG offers visitors a stunning display of artworks from paintings, photography, sculpture drawings and ceramics. The Gallery will also host art prizes including junior or amateur artist awards involving the local community and schools.

The BCAG is about Australian art, education and exhibiting our national cultural spirit through the Arts.

The Gallery is open daily from 10am to 5pm. Click here for full artist biographies.

Rob Billington
Born in England in 1954, Robert Billington moved to Australia from the U.K. at the age of 18 with a Nikon F2 Camera as a method of recording his new life. Inspired by Mirella Ricciardos’ book Vanishing Africa, Robert set about becoming a professional photographer.
James King
James has been a practicing artist exhibiting paintings for the last fifteen years and working part time in the Photography Department of the Australian Museum.
Antonio Ramos
Antonio has settled in the Southern Highlands about 7 years ago. Since then he has found in the surrounding natural environment an inspiring force. This inspiration has made him engaged more seriously with his camera. Through the lens Antonio finds a world that cannot be seen the same way at naked eye.
William Wolfenden
Although born in Sydney Wolfenden was lucky enough to spend much of his life from early childhood in the NSW Southern Tablelands. Growing up with an awareness of the environmental beauty around him, Wolfenden is still drawn to landscape.
Michael Yabsley
Wombat Hollow Lamps are unique creations made from carefully selected industrial and historic artefacts, bespoke shades, and sympathetically adapted electrical fittings. Each lamp is creatively designed by Michael Yabsley to give new life to items as eclectic as shoe lasts, oil cans, surveyors’ tri pods and blow torches – things that Michael describes as ‘orphan artefacts’.
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