This exhibition, containing fifty artworks loaned from the Bundaberg community, celebrates the incredible life of environmentalist and botanical artist, Vera Scarth-Johnson and her ties to the Bundaberg region. Renowned for her passion for conservation, and significant contributions to Australian botany, Scarth-Johnson spent many of her adult years as a cane and tobacco farmer in the area. Her colourful personality, coupled with her love of flora, is captured in this exhibition with the inclusion of some of her finest botanical illustrations of flora from the Queensland coastline, as well as rarely seen floral arrangement paintings, personal photographs, and memorabilia.

Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery – Gallery Two  |  1 Barolin Street
Exhibition: Friday 14 February to Thursday 16 April 2020
Monday to Friday 9:30 am to 5.00 pm + Saturday & Sunday 10.00 am to 2:00 pm
FREE event – all welcome!

Contact Name: Bundaberg Regional Art Gallery
Contact Number: (07) 4130 4750

Image: Ray Peek, Vera Scarth-Johnson portrait, photograph. Image courtesy of Patricia Peek.