This exhibition celebrates the work of David Chapman a significant Tasmanian artist who in the latter part of his artistic life lived at Palmerston Meadows, Cressy.
The surrounding landscape was an enormous inspiration to him and the result are a series of joyful paintings about the Northern Tasmanian landscape.
This selection of oil, watercolour and gouache paintings provide a lovely synopsis of the Tasmanian subject matter following on from a major retrospective that Diane Dunbar Curator of Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery with a complete catalogue raisonne which was held in 1987.
David’s works are represented in many state and regional galleries throughout Australia as well as private collections.
Exhibition 4 March – 25 March 2022
Hours: Wed to Friday 10.30 to 4
Saturday 10 to 2