CURRENT & COMING EXHIBITIONS AND EVENTS

EXHIBITIONS

Gallery Hours:  10am to 4pm daily

Coach trip to Matisse & Picasso

 

Friday 21 February

Bus leaves from Bowral Swimming pool car park at 8:30am

and returns at 5pm

Cost:   $60 per person  (includes return bus fare & entry to exhibition

The rivalry between Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso is one of the most important stories of modern art, and the subject of the NGA's major exhibition Matisse & Picasso. Drawn from some 40 important international collections, Matisse & Picasso shows how these two pioneers of Modern Art both shared the need to confront the challenges set by the paintings of Paul Cézanne and mined each other's work to enhance their own.

So do join us for a fabulous day out with wonderful people enjoying an amazing exhibition at the NGA!

To book in contact the office on 4861 4093  or  office@bdasgallery.com

© work by Morag Rasmussen

Members Exhibition

An exhibition of works by BDAS Members

18 January - February 2020

Bowral Art Gallery (BDAS).

10am - 4pm daily

Official opening:  Saturday 18 January at 2pm

This is a wonderful opportunity to see the diverse range of talent on show by the members of the BDAS.   

This exhibition will include works from all mediums:  watercolour, oils, acrylics, pastels, mixed media, printmaking, photography and 3D.  

So please do visit the gallery and enjoy the exhibition.

© work by A-F Fulgence

© work by Dale Saunders

Gang of Five 2020 - A New Vision

An exhibition of works by Stan Korytnyj, Michael Eccleston, Peter Griffen, Denise Lithgow and Dale Saunders 

13 - 24 February 2020

Bowral Art Gallery (BDAS).

10am - 4pm daily

Official opening:  Friday 14 February at 6pm

Stan Korytnyj, Michael Eccleston and Dale Saunders are long time locals of the Southern Highlands, and Peter Griffen and Denise Lithgow reside in Sydney.
  

 

The Gang of Five’s last exhibition at the BDAS in 2017, drew a crowd of 200 and was opened by Ben Quilty. 

This year's opening will be at 6.00 pm on Friday 14th February

and will be opened by Peter Griffen.

So please do visit the gallery and enjoy the exhibition.

© work by Peter Griffen