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Peter Rushforth: A Legacy

When:
Every day until Sun 20 Jan 2019
Details:
Peter Rushforth: A Legacy is a celebration of the artist’s career, spanning more than six decades, and the significant influence he had on generations of artists, many of whom currently reside in or near to the Greater Blue Mountains.

Artists included in the exhibition are: Les Blakebrough, Mollie Douglas, Ivan Englund, Patricia Englund, Merran Esson, Marea Gazzard, Malcolm Greenwood, Clara Hali, Steve Harrison, Jan Irvine-Nealie, Janine King, Col Levy, Janet Mansfield, Ivan McMeekin, Susie McMeekin, Chester Nealie, Simon Reece, Peter Rushforth, Bernard Sahm, Bill Samuels, Shiga Shigeo, Ian Smith, Thanakupi, Peter Travis, Maureen Williams-Levy, Peter Wilson and Roswitha Wulff.

A Blue Mountains City Art Gallery exhibition curated by Rilka Oakley.
Location:
Blue Mountains Cultural Centre
Parke Street
Katoomba
Contact:
Blue Mountains Cultural Centre on
  4780 5410

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