Group exhibitions

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Figures in clouds, Wooli 2020
Figures in clouds, Wooli 2020

acrylic on paper 58x76cm

Carrying box, Yamba 2020
Carrying box, Yamba 2020

acrylic on paper 58x76cm

Crossing bridge, Cangai 2020
Crossing bridge, Cangai 2020

acrylic on paper 57.5x76cm

Figures in clouds, Wooli 2020
Figures in clouds, Wooli 2020

acrylic on paper 58x76cm

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River to the Sea

Grafton Regional Gallery, NSW

19 March – 18 April 2021

Euan Macleod completed a four day residency with Grafton Regional Gallery in September 2020. His paintings of the Clarence Valley will be held in a group exhibition, 'From the river to the sea' at Grafton Regional Gallery, March 2021.

Couple holding hands, Fingal 2020
Couple holding hands, Fingal 2020

acrylic on paper 38 x 57cm

Rocks + figures, Cabarita 2020
Rocks + figures, Cabarita 2020

acrylic on paper 38 x 57cm

Couple holding hands, Fingal 2020
Couple holding hands, Fingal 2020

acrylic on paper 38 x 57cm

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Double Vision:
Euan Macleod and Ron McBurnie

Tweed Regional Gallery, NSW

20 March – 15 November 2020

In early 2020, artists Euan Macleod and Ron McBurnie spent time in the Gallery’s Nancy Fairfax Artist in Residency Studio. During their residency, the artists worked en plein air both on the Gallery grounds and across the surrounding region. The aim of this residency was to develop a body of work for an exhibition in the Friends Gallery in March 2020.

Steps to beach 2017
Steps to beach 2017

oil on acrylic on polyester 180x137cm

Looking out sea cave Belle Ile 2019
Looking out sea cave Belle Ile 2019

oil and acrylic on polyester 100x124cm

Steps to beach 2017
Steps to beach 2017

oil on acrylic on polyester 180x137cm

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Belle Ile: Euan Macleod & Luke Sciberras

Manly Regional Art Gallery & Museum

13 July – 2 September 2018

King Street Gallery on William, Sydney

11 June – 6 July 2019

Paintings by Luke Sciberras and Euan Macleod from their recent expedition to Belle Île, off the coast of Brittany, France.

On this pilgrimage, the artists were following in the late 19th Century footsteps of - and paying homage to - expatriate Australian painter John Peter Russell.

Heaven & Hell 2017
Heaven & Hell 2017

oil on polyester 100 x 124 cm

Golem (Flanders) 2017
Golem (Flanders) 2017

acrylic on polyester 100 x 124 cm

Heaven & Hell 2017
Heaven & Hell 2017

oil on polyester 100 x 124 cm

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Salient: Contemporary artists at the Western Front

New England Regional Art Gallery Museum; Bathurst Regional Art gallery; ANZAC Memorial Sydney; Bank Art Museum Moree; Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre; Tweed Regional Gallery

March 2018 – February 2020

In 2017, twelve leading Australian artists visited the First World War battlefields of the Western Front, a century after the conflict that claimed so many lives. This exhibition brings together the works they created in response to their experiences.