Tina Milson

Dawn to Dust

29 mar. — 11 may 2019

 

With a deep passion for photography, Milson’s work is inherently a process of documentation. Her sensitivity to
the natural compositions offered up by the shifting landscape takes advantage of chance, creating moments of playfulness and subtlety. From portraiture to landscape, Milson’s
diverse photography portfolio highlights the resilience and vulnerability of country communities through drought, floods and everything in between.

Milson takes inspiration from Singleton, NSW where she grew up, and Goulburn, where she works alongside her husband on their sheep and cattle property. The Gallery is proud to share this rich historical and local connection with the artist’s work. This exhibition will be the most extensive presentation of Milson’s work at the Gallery to date.

Tina Milson

Dawn to Dust

29 mar. — 11 may 2019

 

With a deep passion for photography, Milson’s work is inherently a process of documentation. Her sensitivity to
the natural compositions offered up by the shifting landscape takes advantage of chance, creating moments of playfulness and subtlety. From portraiture to landscape, Milson’s
diverse photography portfolio highlights the resilience and vulnerability of country communities through drought, floods and everything in between.

Milson takes inspiration from Singleton, NSW where she grew up, and Goulburn, where she works alongside her husband on their sheep and cattle property. The Gallery is proud to share this rich historical and local connection with the artist’s work. This exhibition will be the most extensive presentation of Milson’s work at the Gallery to date.