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UNIQUE LANDSCAPES: Country and Western exhibition curator Gavin Wilson with artist Ginger Riley Munduwalawala’s Garimala the Serpent. Photo: DECLAN RURENGAA COLLECTION of artworksnew to the city is proving Country and Western ismore than justa genre of music.
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On SaturdayOrange Regional Gallery became home to‘Country and Western: Landscape Re-Imagined’, anexhibition which highlights piecesby both indigenous and non-indigenous artiststhat centre on capturing Australia’s unique landscapes on the grandest possible scale.

Stuart Town’s Margrete Lamond was one of the patrons at the launch andsaid the exhibition truly captured the vastness of the nation.

“I really love the large, striking landscapes,” Ms Lamond said.

“When my relatives visited from New York, they were astounded by the way the sky comes all the way down to the ground.This exhibit has captured that idea.”

For curator Gavin Wilson, there’s only one way to describe the exhibition.

“It’s breathtaking, in quality and scope,” he said.

“The talent and the commitment of artists on exhibition is central to the success of the show.”

Mr Wilson brought together 65 works –all created after Australia’s bicentenary celebrations in 1988 -by 39 different artists andsaid it was an exploration how Australia’s understanding had changed over the past 25 years.

“Since 1988 I’ve wanted to look at what we’ve learned from Australia’s indigenous people who have been here for thousands of years,” Mr Wilson said.

“What can we take from not just the motifs, but the sense of landscape, how it affects people spiritually and physically.

“There’s different aspects of this country and varying approaches to rendering the mysterious intent in these landscapes. And they are mysterious landscapes, no doubt about it.”

Mr Wilson believes Australian art was coming closer to the sense of understanding, appreciation and reverence for the land held by Aboriginal and indigenous people.

He said at patrons at previous exhibitions had been similarly moved by the artworks.

“We are one nation and one country,” Mr Wilson said.

The exhibition, which originally started in Townsville, has visited Sydney, Wagga Wagga, the Mornington Peninsula and will to Cairns and Darwin in the near future.

The Country and Western exhibition will be on show at the Orange Regional Gallery until August 28.

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