An exhibition responding to the early years of Barwon Grange
Three local artists have developed and produced artworks which represent original and individual responses to the early years of Barwon Grange house and estate.
Ramona Watt, James Watt and Michele Watt have created works in a range of mediums and artforms including photography and assemblage, collage, embroidery, beading, mixed media, montage and text, drawing, painting, installation and printmaking.
Their artworks, installed amongst the furnishings of Barwon Grange, address the story and lives of the original residents Jonathon and Anne Porter O’Brien. Identifying themes of speculation on immigration, Victorian taste and style, attitudes to death and grief and settlement in the new world.
The exhibition is open Sunday’s from 6 October until 22 December, 1pm to 4pm.
National Trust Member FREE