This exhibition considers the landscape in Arthur Boyd’s work from youthful plein air subjects celebrating light, to the final phase of Boyd’s career depicting the Shoalhaven on the south coast of New South Wales. Between his beginning and end, weaving a peripatetic existence spanning Australia, England and Europe, there was also the landscape Boyd carried within himself – not merely topographic, but a psychic sense of place.
Dates & Times
This exhibition is supported by the National Collecting Institutions Touring and Outreach Program, an Australian Government program aiming to improve access to the national collections for all Australians.
To accompany the exhibition, Bundanon has developed an online education guide aligned to the primary and secondary school syllabus. Our education staff are available to work with schools in your local area and to visit your venue to conduct talks and workshops.
Key dates and events of Arthur Boyd’s life, and information on his arts practice and studio at Bundanon are also accessible below.