A stunning flower exhibition is on display at the Museum of Brisbane, where you can take a look at a lush collection of paintings, textiles, sculptures, ceramics and new media from more than 20 established and emerging local artists.
Rearranged: Art of the Flower will be open until August 11, 2024, and it’s free to visit.
The collection features floral-themed pieces from renowned artists such as Margaret Olley, Vida Lahey, William Bustard, Tony Johnson, Frank Waldo Potts, William Grant, Tony Johnson and Dorothy Thornhill, alongside local contemporaries Michael Zavros, Keith Burt, John Honeywill, Bronwyn Searle and Judith Sinnamon.
The exhibition encompasses a range of viewpoints from queer, multicultural, and First Nations creatives, emphasizing the connection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait communities to Country, as well as the universal fascination with the flower.
Event highlights include large-scale paper-arabesques adorned in flowers, petal-powered ceramic works, stained glass artworks, hyper-realistic paintings, and rich textiles.
You can find ‘Rearranged: Art of the Flower’ at Museum of Brisbane, on the third floor of City Hall.
For more information, head to the museum’s website.