Brett Whiteley: West of the Divide

26 September – 30 November 2014

From his formative years as a student at Scots College, Bathurst, to time spent in Sofala, Hill End and Carcoar, throughout his life, Brett Whiteley had an enduring connection with the Central Tablelands country of NSW.

This exhibition, selected by Wendy Whiteley and Alec George, focuses on the enduring connection Whiteley had with the region west of the Great Dividing Range.

Brett Whiteley: West of the Divide features painting, sculpture and drawings spanning three decades of the artist’s career.

Opening Night Event – Friday 26 September 2014

 

Education Kit

Download the Brett Whiteley | West of the Divide education here.

 

Public Programs

Film Screening & Artist Talk with Peter Kingston – 24 October 5pm

Documentary Film Screening – ‘Brett Whiteley: Difficult Pleasure’ – Saturday 1 November 2:30 – 3:30pm 

Brett Whiteley | West of the Divide: Teachers Preview Friday 10 October 4 – 5PM

 

A Blue Mountains Cultural Centre exhibition in association with the Brett Whiteley Studio and The Art Gallery of NSW

Image: BRETT WHITELEY Marulan bird with rocks, circa 1980, oil, gouache, collage, rocks on plywood, 96.5 x 77 cm. Brett Whiteley Studio. Photo: AGNSW. © Wendy Whiteley

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