Glenn’s Journey at Kew-Y-Ahn
The June solo exhibition at our Kew -Y-Ahn Aboriginal Gallery at Hartley features paintings of Portland-based Gamilaroi artist Glenn Dennis.
June 1 to July 2, Tuesday – Sunday
Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Gallery, Hartley Historic Site, off the Great Western Highway, Hartley.
Glenn says of his artistic journey:
I grew up in a little town out west called Walgett. At the age of six I was taught to draw by my sister Debbie. Growing up I then got more skills by watching my uncles and aunties how they paint and carve emu eggs, make boomerangs, didgeridoos, etc. From there I began my journey. I went walkabout searching. I began growing and I turned out to be what I wanted to become: An ARTIST. That’s my journey.
Kew-Y-Ahn Aboriginal Gallery exhibits and sells work of Aboriginal artists of Central West. See work by our regular exhibiting artists alongside this solo exhibition.
The Kew–Y–Ahn Aboriginal Gallery project is a partnership between Arts OutWest, NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service and the NSW Department of Environment and Heritage.