Browse a unique display of 'Timeless' works presented by 35 artists in celebration of Fresh Art Inc's 20th anniversary.
Fresh Arts was formed in March 2004 by 13 local artists who wanted to redefine what contemporary art meant.
Their first exhibition was held at Macquarie Regional Library on 6 March and was officially opened by Rebecca Pinchin, the regional services coordinator for the Powerhouse Museum at the time. Since then, Fresh Arts has held exhibitions in many venues including Dundullimal Homestead, Canowindra, Gilgandara, Narromine, Baradine, and Ramiens Timber. Many members exhibit at Dubbo Art Fair annually.
In 2024, Fresh Arts will celebrate their 20th anniversary with a special ‘Timeless’ exhibition of works by 35 artists, on display at historic Dundullimal Homestead. View an array of different mediums and styles, with works crafted by fabric artists, potters, sculptors, photographers and painters who work in oils, acrylics, pen, ink, multimedia and print.
Images (L-R): L – Image courtesy of Fresh Arts Inc; R – Explore historic Dundullimal Homestead once you’ve viewed the exhibition.
Fresh Arts ‘Timeless’ Exhibition details
On display from 11am – 3pm, Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays from Saturday 16 March – Monday 29 April 2024.
How to book your tickets
General Entry pricing applies. Your entry ticket also grants full access to the homestead and surrounding grounds.
Book via Eventbrite where possible, to guarantee a spot.
After, enjoy Devonshire Tea in the Shed Café for Devonshire Tea. Step inside the 1840s homestead to experience wide halls, fine cedar joinery, and cobblestone verandah. Out in the park-like grounds, explore sandstone stables, a timber church, and blacksmith’s forge for a real sense of working life on a sheep and cattle station.
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