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‘Moving forward by looking back: Memory, Nostalgia and connection to place’

An Exhibition by Sarah Lugton. 25th May – 15th June 2024

We are never truly lost, perhaps just displaced. Nostalgia, memories and connections to place are inextricably linked to our sense of self in this world. ‘Moving forward by looking back: Memory, Nostalgia and connection to place’ is the art of journaling life in colour. Revealing memories and nostalgia that is site specific to Bathurst as a way of sharing our mutual connection and sense of identity.

All are welcome to attend the opening of this exhibition on May 25th from 3pm at the T.Arts Gallery, 75 Keppel St Bathurst. The exhibition will close on June 15.

Sarah Lugton  was born and raised in Bathurst and creates contemporary abstract paintings from her studio gallery in Williamstown North, land of the Boon Wurrung people of the Kulin nation. She has a Bachelor of Arts, Jewellery and her Masters in teaching. As a self-taught painter, Sarah’s compositions use shape, line, colour, texture and value to create a visual language that conveys emotion and meaning.

Sarah’s work can be seen on her web page sarahlugtonart.com.au



T.Arts Gallery now has facilities for local artists to run workshops.

Louise Ranshaw runs regular classes teaching ceramics techniques. Please contact her on louiseranshaw@gmail.com to find out when the next available classes are.


Tablelands Artists Co-Operative Gallery Limited
75 Keppel Street
Bathurst NSW 2795

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Phone: 0490 332 699

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