Gondwana Link

Green Plough exhibition inspired by clearing then restoration

Posted by: Keith Bradby

Published: 07/03/2008


Courtesy Anne Brandenburg

Green Plough inspires further creativity.

The south west story, from the ‘million acres a year’ clearing era through to the emerging restoration era, has inspired artist Ron Nyzistor ‘s latest exhibition, called the Green Plough after an early direct seeding machine built by Greening Australia. Ron’s exhibition of paintings was opened tonight in a function at Gorepani Gallery in Albany, attended by a large crowd of Gondwana Link supporters and Albany’s art connoisseurs. It’s an intriguing collection of work, which ranges from a raw in-your-face portrayal of the D-9 dozers and the damage they can cause, to the delightfully cryptic maps and faces from a landscape that was transformed, and may be again. We thank Ron for his work and insights, and thank Gorepani owner and curator Anne Brandenburg for her ongoing support.

Courtesy Anne Brandenburg
Courtesy Anne Brandenburg
Courtesy Anne Brandenburg

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