Easter Art Exhibition – “a Different Perspective”


Bourke artist Jenny Greentree with her creation – The Darling’s Journey. Photo TWH
Bourke ceramic artist Kayla Amos at work. Photo TWH

The Back O’Bourke Gallery warmly invites you to the 2021 exhibition, “A Different Perspective”, featuring artworks by Jenny Greentree and ceramics by Kayla Amos.

Jen’s new paintings are fascinating and beautiful, with breath-taking aerial pastel and a completely new style using mixed media and soil of the Bourke district.

The gallery is delighted to introduce local ceramic artist, Kayla Amos, who returned to Bourke after completing a Bachelor of Fine Arts with Honours at the University of NSW.

Kayla is a talented artist who is gifted in all mediums, but her strength and passion is ceramics.

With her work based on the Bourke area, specifically wildflowers, Kayla has produced a beautiful collection of pottery.

“I am so thrilled to showcase Kayla’s superb, unique pottery,” Jen said. “Kayla’s highly crafted work, inspired by the Bourke district, compliments my artworks perfectly. I know

the people of Bourke will be so proud of her. She is a wonderful artist”.

“My new works have been inspired by the scenic flights we have been running, giving me the desire to represent the Darling River and surrounding landscape from an aerial perspective”, Jen said.

Together Jen and Kayla present a wonderful, creative celebration of our outback home. Don’t miss this fantastic exhibition over the Bourke Easter Festival. All works are for sale.


Exhibition times: Good Friday, Easter Saturday, Easter Monday 10am–4.30pm, Easter Sunday 1pm–4.30pm.


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Bourke

New South Wales Australia

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