Image: Ngarra, Yarralili 2006, synthetic polymer paint on paper.Redland Art Gallery Collection. Acquired in 2006 with Redland Art Gallery Acquisition Funds. Courtesy of the artist’s estate and Mossenson Galleries.
The Redland Art Gallery Collection holds over 200 artworks produced by more than 100 artists.
Artists represented include local, noted emerging, established, early settler and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.
Redland City Council is committed to resourcing and facilitating the acquisition and management of a quality visual arts, craft and design collection that reflects the diversity and uniqueness of Redlands’ heritage, culture, identity and sense of place.
An effort has been made to develop the collection in terms of:
Recent and contemporary art in all media by nationally significant artists, particularly those associated with south-east Queensland. The Gallery holds an outline collection of recent and contemporary art relating to Redlands and Southern Moreton Bay islands.
Photography and printmaking
The Collection contains a number of photographic works and artist prints by artists associated with south-east Queensland and the Redlands and Southern Moreton Bay islands.
Contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art
The Gallery holds an outline collection of Contemporary Indigenous art by artists active in the Redlands and Southern Moreton Bay islands and recent and contemporary art by nationally signifiant artists.
DONATIONS TO THE COLLECTION
Redland Art Gallery is a Deductible Gift Recipient and is eligible to receive artwork donations for the Collection under the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program, which provides tax incentives to private donors.
For more information, visit the Ministry for the Arts website.