I have been here several times to see the great portrait collection arising from the Doug Moran portrait prize. Seems Mr Moran doesn't like the abstract portraits of the Archibald so he set up his own richer acquisitive collection and some are stunning.
But now they have added a section as a memorial tribute to Margaret Olley having recreated several rooms in her house/ studio plus a display of a dozen or so of her still life works. I suggest to watch the informative video (about 10-12 minutes) and then go look as the exhibit so you understand.
As a bonus they had a temporary Art Express display of NSW high school students top art for the HSC.
Certainly worth a visit if you have the slightest artistic bent.
Free entry but you can make a donation (no pressure), great views of the Tweed and Wollumbin and a reasonable cafe to boot.
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