Reflections of an Era: Bill Odd
An opportunity to witness Bill Odd's stunning art which has won 22 major art awards. Bill has been a finalist in the James Hardie Wildlife Prize and the Doug Moran Portrait Prize.
A selection of works by Bill Odd
Exploration of Design: Stanthorpe Pottery Club
This ancient artisan skill is brought to life with the diverse creativity and expertise of the many talented ceramicists in the region.
Homes of The Guardians: Louise Grayson
Homes of The Guardians is a journey from the Queensland Pikedale World War I Soldier Settlement community, which was established around towns named after the Western Front battlefields (Fleurbaix, Pozières, Bullecourt, Passchendaele, Bapaume, Messines and Amiens), to the same places in France and Belgium, by photojournalist Louise Grayson.
It explores how Australian, French and Belgian communities share a dedication to commemorating those who fell in battle or fought to build a new life post World War I. On recurring trips to the sites of the Western Front battlefields in Europe and the Pikedale Soldier Settlement in Queensland, Louise explores the places she finds that share a name and a history.
Follow Louise’s story as it unravels on her blog www.ww1guardians.com
A selection of some of the exhibition images by Louise Grayson
Homes of The Guardians Exhibition Sponsors
This project is proudly supported by the Queensland Government.