|Natura Morta Recent perceptions of an age-old genre. Orange Regional Gallery 21 November 2014 to 11 January 2015|
|Picturing the Great Divide: Visions from Australia’s Blue Mountains. November 4 2012 – February 3 2013.The inaugural exhibition at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre demonstrated the powerful impact the Blue Mountains region has had on the cultural life of the nation. The diverse works displayed identified and celebrated the extraordinary nature of this world heritage landscape. Further to this, the exhibition traced the constant hold the Blue Mountains catchment has had on the imagination of visual artists since the early days of European settlement.|
|In 1993, he was commissioned by The Art Gallery of New South Wales to research and curate The Artists of Hill End an exhibition that focused on the post-war shift in landscape perceptions and people’s relationship to place. In 1996 he was presented with the National Award in Research and Communication by the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects for the project.|
|In 1998 he curated the successful touring exhibition, Escape Artists: Modernists in the Tropics, for the Cairns Regional Gallery. As part of Sydney’s 1999 cultural Olympiad, he curated and organised the acclaimed photographic tour, David Moore and Sydney Harbour: 50 years of photography. In 2001, he conceived and curated the regional touring exhibition Rivers + Rocks: select works of Arthur Boyd and Brett Whiteley for the Bundanon Trust.|
|In 2000, he was commissioned by Wagga Wagga Regional Art Gallery to research and curate the gallery’s first major exhibition, The Big River Show: Murrumbidgee Riverine. The exhibition was launched in October 2002. In the same year, he was commissioned to curate Beneath the Monsoon: Visions North of Capricorn the inaugural exhibition for Artspace Mackay launched in February 2003.Two major exhibitions, Fireworks: tracing the incendiary in Australian art for Artspace Mackay, and Encounters with country: landscapes of Ray Crooke for Cairns Regional Gallery toured metropolitan and regional centres throughout the country in 2005-2007.In 2006 he was commissioned by Orange Regional Gallery to develop and curate his original concept relating to food and art. Cuisine & Country: a gastronomic venture in Australian art which was launched in April 2007 at Orange Regional Gallery by renowned chef Tony Bilson. Attendences at the show were the highest on record.|
|June 2009, the exhibition Out of Hill End: recent works from the central west opened at the Damien Minton Gallery in Sydney -David Marr author and journalist opened the show to an enthusiastic crowd of over 300. 17 artists from Hill End are exhibiting ceramics, photography, painting, installation, drawing and sculpture.|
|Tweed River Art Gallery has been awarded a grant by Visions of Australia to develop a touring exhibition of works by the artist Euan Macleod titled Surface Tension: the works of Euan Macleod 1991-2009. The exhibition will open at the SH Ervin Gallery 11 November 2010 before travelling to the Tweed River Art Gallery Murwillumbah, Brisbane, Mornington Victoria, Newcastle and Orange in NSW. This exhibition was originallly conceived by Gavin Wilson.|
|Her Excellency Marie Bashir AC CVO
Governor of New South Wales
Seen here in front of Bush bacchanal Pokolbin 2010 with curator Gavin Wilson and staff of Australian Galleries launched Love on Mount Pleasant: Garry Shead Toasts Maurice O’Shea exhibition at Australian Galleries, Sydney.
The opening was a resounding success attended by over 300 people celebrating a creative arc that stretches back 57 years to the gentle slopes of Mount Pleasant in Pokolbin.
|Surface Tension: The Art of Euan Macleod at the S.H.Ervin Gallery Sydney. November-December 2010. Touring NSW, Victoria and Queensland in 2011|
|Elemental Reckoning: The art of Tim Storrier 1981-2011. At the S.H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney Nov 11th – Dec 18th 2011. The wave (garland) 1998 (detail)|