Brook Andrew, RocoColonial, Hazelhurst Arts Centre, 4 May – 30 June 2019

Buxton Contemporary Collection artist Brook Andrew is included in RocoColonial at the Hazelhurst Arts Centre until 30 June, 2019.

RocoColonial is a major artist-initiated project by Gary Carsley, presented by Hazelhurst Arts Centre in partnership with Bathurst Regional Art Gallery. The exhibition brings together contemporary Australian artists working across painting, sculpture, design and fashion who explore themes at the intersection of Rococco and Colonial.

For more information please visit the Hazelhurst Arts Centre website.

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Image: Brook Andrew, Emu, 2004. Image courtesy Michael Buxton Collection, 2018.

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