Stories from the Collection: Diana Wiseman
Born in Naracoorte, but calling Mount Gambier home since she moved here as a teacher, Diana Wiseman has been an integral part of the... Read More
After the death of her father, a year after she was born, Barbara and her mother moved into the family home with her grandmother... Read More
Born in Mount Gambier, Peter Serwan is known for using his immediate environment as a catalyst for ideas and in Sunday Painters, three figures... Read More
The marble sculpture of the small boy, head cocked to the side, finger to cheek, caught in the act of listening, or thinking, is... Read More
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Image: Belinda Bonney, Reconciliation of the Nation: we all walk together as one (detail)