Alan Solomon | Bataluk in the Wurrin


01 February  -  10 March 2018

Opening event 5.30 pm |  Friday 02 February | FREE All Welcome

Bataluk in the wurrin (goanna in the sun) is a collection of works from Gunai Kurnai Monero artist Alan Solomon who celebrates his culture by telling the stories of local wildlife from his childhood in his art. Each piece of locally sourced timber is intricately carved, and visitors to the gallery will enjoy reading about the animals that feature in many of Alan’s works.

11am Saturday Feb 24  | Alan will give an Artist Insight into his work here at the Gallery. More info here


2 Nicholson Street
Bairnsdale Victoria 3875
+61 03 5153 1988



Gallery hours:
Tuesday–Friday 10am–4pm
Saturday 10am–2pm
Sunday-Monday CLOSED

FREE Admission

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Alan SolomonBrabralung Shield, (detail)

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Normal Gallery hours: Tuesday–Friday 10am–4pm | Closed Public Holidays | FREE ENTRY

The Board and staff of East Gippsland Art Gallery acknowledge the Brabralung people of the Gunaikurnai Nation as the traditional custodians of the land on which the Gallery stands and where we meet, exhibit and celebrate art and heritage.

East Gippsland Art Gallery is principally funded by East Gippsland Shire Council and supported by the Victorian Government through Creative Victoria