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Clarice Beckett, Wet Evening, c.1927, oil on board. Maud Rowe Bequest, 1937. Image: Ian Hill.

Winner of the 2019 Len Fox Painting Award. Betty Kuntiwa Pumani, Antara, 2018, synthetic polymer paint on linen.

Louis Buvelot, Mount Elephant from Emu Creek, 1879, oil on canvas. Gift of Miss N. McKellar, 1974. Image: Ian Hill.

Detail of: Jenny Watson, Woman with Birds, 2008, arcylic on fabric with sheer fabric overlay. Gift of Phillip and Jill Dunn QC through the Cultural Gifts Program, 2016. Image: Ian Hill.

Jane McAuslan, Pedestal Cover, c.1860s, Cotton & linen. Image: Ian Hill.

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Christian Waller Book Launch and Illustrated Talk

Saturday 27 August, 1:00pm — Saturday 27 August, 2:00pm

Celebrate the launch of Christian Waller Stained Glass: Toward the Light at CAM with author Caroline Miley.

Christian Waller’s exemplary skills and achievements as an Australian stained glass artist are brought to light in this superb book. A leading proponent of Modernism in Australian art and the sole woman professional stained-glass artist in Australia until the craft revival of the 1970s, Christian was as ethereal in her outlook as she was exceptionally capable and innovative in her craft.

Castlemaine was Christian Waller's birthplace and CAM holds a number of her works in the collection.

Please join us at the gallery for an illustrated talk with Caroline Miley, discussing Christian Waller’s oeuvre with analysis of the themes, styles, influences, and iconography of her works, many previously unknown.

Dr Caroline Miley has had a lifetime interest in decorative arts, especially stained glass. She was Lecturer in Art History and Theory at the Victorian College of the Arts (University of Melbourne) and Curator of the College Collection. This book is the culmination of many years' research and a personal interest in the artist and her work.

Where: Castlemaine Art Museum
Date: Saturday 27 August
Time: 1 – 2pm
Cost: Free

No RSVP required.



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