Mushrooms make for top exhibition
RENOWNED photographer, natural historian and grazier Lynd say Titmarsh is back in the North Burnett with another exhibition of work from his property, Tandora.
Entitled Wild, Untamed Tandora Fungi, this time his camera’s focus is on fungi – mushrooms and their close cousins.
Twelve different family groups of fungi have been discovered on Tandora so far.
The colours and textures in this exhibition are as vibrant and spectacular as always, and once again there are more than 100 prints to peruse in the exhibition room of the RM Williams Australian Bush Learning Centre.
Physical specimens have also been included in the exhibition, which will again support the story of the life of fungi in the mangrove environment and surrounds.
This exhibition will be very useful as a learning support for any science- or biology-based studies as well as the obvious art appreciation context.
Lindsay’s attention to detail and natural creative flair is highlighted as never before in this imaginative, inquisitive and playful expo of another aspect of the natural world on Tandora.
The exhibition will run through until the end of November, and school groups and bus tours are welcome.
The RM Williams Australian Bush Learning Centre is open seven days, from 9am to 4.30pm weekdays, 10am until 3.30pm weekends and 10am to 2pm on public holidays.
BEAUTYOFFUNGI: Katie Edmiston and Linda Nicholson check out the Wild, Untamed Tandora Fungi exhibition at the RM Williams Australian Bush Learning Centre.