Skip to main content
Add to favourites

Here at the Earth’s End

Art that explores environmental, social or political issues in Tasmania.

About

Here at the Earth’s End * features artists from the Devonport City Council permanent collection who act as both artists and activists through their practice, whether in relation to environmental, social or political issues of Tasmania’s past, present and future. These artists present the Tasmanian landscape as
the site of human interactions, and as bearing the consequence of human actions.

Curated by Erin Wilson

Works by: Julie Gough,  Matthew Newton,  Ricky Maynard, Denise Ava Robinson, Fiona Tabart, Joel Crosswell Raymond Arnold and David Keeling

*Title taken from Margaret Scott’s poem In Tasmania

Artists
Image of Raymond Arnold's painting, 'Dominating the Enemy, 5am Queenstown RSL'.
Add to favourites

Raymond Arnold

Visual artists

A printmaker and painter of international reputation, influenced by the rugged, compelling beauty of Tasmania's west coast
Missed: Sydney Gazette, 2 September 1804
Add to favourites

Julie Gough

Aboriginal artists, Visual artists

an artist, writer and curator
modelling clay, dyed resin & tomato cans
Add to favourites

Joel Crosswell

Visual artists

Sculpture and drawing
Fiona Tabart - Hunger
Add to favourites

Fiona Tabart

Visual artists

influenced by the motifs and essence of traditional Japanese and Chinese art.
Image of David Keeling's painting, 'Summer Light, Kelso (The View From My Window)'.
Add to favourites

David Keeling

Visual artists

his work uncovers and expresses the beautiful, tragic, surreal poetry of the Tasmanian environment.

Map
Get directions

Here at the Earth’s End

Devonport Regional Gallery
145-151 Rooke St, Devonport TAS 7310, Australia

Get directions