The Bundaberg Regional Galleries art collection is always growing. From its inception the collection has grown and changed, and will continue to do so as we add works from new and traditional mediums. These Highlights will be updated from time to time, sharing with you the new acquisitions along with old ones.
By: JP Morrison Lans
Josephine was born in Detroit Michigan. At the age of 10 years, during a family trip to Santa Fe, New Mexico, J.P. made the decision to pursue life as an artist after being exposed to the Galleries and Arts community of that city. Home-schooled from 1st Grade until high school
By: Susan Hutton
Susan Hutton lives and works in Cordalba between Bundaberg and Apple Tree Creek. She is one of the group of Bundaberg female artists who are essentially self taught and began their serious arts practice in semi isolation, relatively late in life, after their children had grown up.
Susan pursues a multi
By: Carl Magnus Friström
Carl Magnus Friström, a Swedish emigrant, was co-founder of the Queensland Art Society in 1887 and of the New Society of Art, Brisbane, 1904.
Friström’s works, including the portrait of “King Sandy” is regarded as of considerable historical importance for their early, accurate recording of some of Queensland’s native / aboriginal
By: Arthur Clark
A detailed section of the larger Barrier Reef by artist Arthur Clark was 1st carved out with a jigsaw then detailed with a rotary tool as the detail was too fine for chisels. Working from the middle out, and in from either end this magnificent art piece was created. The