ONGOING exhibition


Climate change

affects medicinal plants’ lifecycle

their phenology, where seasonal timing of events shifts. On a small Island this can include rain fall changes, and sea waters rising affecting the island’s unique ecology. Let’s closely consider the value of healing plants, helping to support and preserve traditional knowledge, natural environments and biodiversity.

Sesuvium portulacastrum, Carpobrotus glaucescens, and Ipomoea pes-caprae … stings remedial…

2015, archival pigment print on paper

Ongoing exhibition 

Conference dates:

5th & 12th December 2020

December 2020 – January 2021

Foyer Features 2020

Redland Art Gallery (RAG)

Collection feature artists:

Kristin Bain, Renata Buziak and Rosemary Opala

Artworks Centella asiatica… anti-inflammatory… is from the ‘Medicinal Plant Cycles’ series created during my Phd studio research. This body of work focuses on local Australian healing plants, significant to the Quandamooka Peoples of Minjerribah/North Stradbroke Island. The Island is located 27 km East of Brisbane in Quandamooka country (Moreton Bay). The flora I used to create the work was, and in some instances still is, used for healing. Centella asiatica is also known as pennywort, and as an asthma plant.

Image: Renata Buziak, Centella asiatica… anti-inflammatory… 2015. Archival pigment on Hahnemuhle Torchon paper. Courtesy of the artist. Redland Art Gallery Collection. Acquired in 2016 with Redland Art Gallery Acquisition Funds.

Sunday 13 December 2020 – Sunday 31 January 2021

Past Exhibitions

Only most recent exhibitions are listed here. For the time being, my past exhibitions information is available on my old website.