Gondwana Panorama exhibition opens in Denmark

Opening of the Gondwana Panorama Exhibition at the Buttery Factory Gallery in Denmark. Photo courtesy Basil Schur.

An inspiring opening of the second Gondwana Panorama Exhibition, this time at the Butter Factory Studio in Denmark.

Focused on the Gondwana Link landscape and the human connection to it, the exhibition showcases photographic, film and art works. The eight Butter Factory Studio artists collaborated to produce a range of artworks inspired by their time at the Hordacre’s ‘Balijup’ farm near Tenterden, located in Gondwana Link’s Forest to Stirlings area. Alan Hordacre spoke of his emotion when seeing the farm portrayed through the artists’ work. Denmark Shire Councillor Ian Osborne opened the exhibition and Gondwana Link’s Keith Bradby spoke about the power of landscape and the importance of heart and vision.

Congratulations to Basil Schur of Green Skills, Nikki Green and the Butter Factory Studio Artists for a wonderful event.

Basil Schur (centre) and Nikki Green (right) were the drivers of the exhibition. Photo Marg Robertson
Photo courtesy Basil Schur.
One of the many artworks. Photo Amanda Keesing.
The Buttery Factory artists. Photo courtesy Basil Schur


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