Artist's visions in nature

Bundjalung artist Digby Moran sees his patterns ireplicated n nature.
Bundjalung artist Digby Moran sees his patterns ireplicated n nature.

A prominent figure in the Northern Rivers, Bundjalung artist Digby Moran has produced yet another significant exhibition at the Northern Rivers Community Gallery.

Bundjalung Dreaming demonstrates a further stage in his prolific career.

This latest body of work, inspired by traditional Bundjalung artefacts, employs complex arrangements of concentric diamond shapes, which Digby says he has been seeing all his life in nature.

From August 8 you can enjoy the latest instalment in the colourful career of this former cane-cutter and professional boxer, self-taught artist and international exhibitor.

The launch is on Saturday, August 11, from 2pm to 4pm and the exhibition continues until Sunday, September 2.

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