Image courtesy of artists Eddy Odden and Ronald Badenhorst (detail).
Between the Pumice and the Blue
  • Last updated:
  • 31 Jul 2019

This exhibition seeks to showcase Bribie Island and the Pumicestone Passage, capturing surprising contrasts, different moods and spectacular natural beauty.

The exhibition includes:

  • photography
  • paintings
  • sketches
  • the written word.

"Born of the endless waltz between ocean waves and whispering dunes, Bribie Island is a window to a world of wonderment and awe. Between the rocky relics of some of the world’s most ancient volcanoes and the restless depths of its bluest ocean, this slim slice of sand contains a wealth of wilderness and history out of all balance to its size. Eden to countless new generations of life under the water and in the air, witness to cultural clashes and imperial war, last green and blue bastion against the metropolis surging towards its shores, Bribie is a treasure island for our times. Explored through a photographer’s lens, an artist’s brush and by pen, it is revealed as a rare gem lying at Caloundra’s doorstep."

Caloundra Regional Gallery 
Wednesday 4 June to Sunday 6 July 2014