Nolan exhibits new works by contemporary artists and runs workshops on art practice for all ages.
Phillip England's Fragile Bounty is our November exhibition exploring environmental changes in Tasmania since colonisation. He does this using the arcane technique of collodion tintype photographs to make unique and beautiful images. On Sunday 19th of November at 2pm Dr England will perform a tintype portrait in the gallery. All welcome.
Nolan Gallery shows contemporary art from all over Tasmania. Our November exhibition is Phillip England's Fragile Bounty, an exhibition of collodion tintype photographs that examine the effect colonisation has had on Tasmania's fauna.
New artists to join us are Anne O'Connor (Launceston contemporary photographer), Erin Amor (painter) and Julia Knight (sculptor). Above is Julia Knight's Broken Angel, a carving in Huon pine.
Nolan School of Art holds regular weekly classes in art and ceramics for children and adults during the school terms. In holiday periods throughout the year you can study all types of art in a full day format for adults, 3 hour quickie classes or two hour school holiday workshops for kids. The image above is Denise Hallett's Ghost Gums from our adult student Nature show. Denise comes to our relief printmaking classes and this image is a linocut with chine colle and hand painting.