The Roma on Bungil Gallery Santos Young Artist Bursary has been established with the generous support of Santos GLNC to assist young people from the ages of 15 to 21 years, who live within the Maranoa region of South West Queensland in pursuing studies in all aspects of Visual Arts.
It is recognised that young […]
When I was young, I remember asking my mother “What makes a great marriage?”
Her answer was: Make sure you are both heading in the same direction.
At the time I felt this was an inadequate and unsatisfactory response to a deeply profound question. But now, 42 years of marriage later, I finally think I […]
Tam Stewart is a contemporary artist based on Queensland’s Fraser Coast. Tam enjoys working in a variety of mediums, including acrylics, inks, soft pastels and mixed media and explores diverse styles, from realistic to abstract, to produce a range of unique works and emotional responses. She is well known for her works inspired by […]
Ida Montague – Press Release
“Ida Montague’s life – first in Denmark, then as an opal and gem merchant in Sydney, and later a cattle grazier’s wife and business partner in Far North Queensland – enables her to draw on a number of cultural perspectives and brings a refreshing Scandinavian point of view to her […]
As Easter in the Country kicks off on Thursday night at the Roma Saleyards with a starry canvas as backdrop, the Roma on Bungil Gallery prepare to be taken over by the legend of the Kenniff Brothers – a series of images painted to tell the story of two brothers who stole and murdered […]
To those who attended the My Life My Art Exhibition, thank you so much for your support.
We raised over $19,000 with one third being kept for the Gallery and two-thirds going to Lifeflight.
An amazing effort thanks to our excellent artists and sponsors below.
Thank you also to our committee members who worked so hard in […]
Roma on Bungil Gallery is giving art lovers of the Maranoa Region the rare opportunity to view works by renowned Australian landscape artists including Gordon Shepherdson, John Caldwell, Michael Nelson Jagamara, Davida Allen, Sybil Curtis, Maureen Hansen and Joe Furlonger. The exhibition, Tattersall’s Club Landscape Art Prize has been curated by Bernie Hollet, the […]
To commemorate the centennial of the first world war, the Belgian embassy in Canberra is organising a touring exhibition in Australia. The exhibition named “the great war in broad outlines” retraces the history of the Great War over 30 illustrated panels, detailing decisive moments and important battles, as well as exploring specific themes such […]