Ipswich Art Gallery, Darcy Doyle Place Ipswich

In these new works Madeleine Kelly takes images of local flowers and seed pods as a starting point and interweaves them with disparate images drawn from a variety of sources.

The finished paintings present a complex realm where references from mythology, politics and art history intersect with and the artist’s concern for the environment.

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Recent Reviews

OnAir332681

Oct 2019

Well worth a visit

The gallery is a good example of how a gracious heritage building, constructed originally as the School of Arts back in the 1860s, can be adapted for a modern purpose. The collection is small but... more »

mb02

Oct 2019

Construction zone

Amazing space for kids. Loved coming here today with our children for construction zone and then the ball run. This was an easy fee hours. Loved the artwork too had a sneak peak while dad had... more »

ashan43

Jul 2019

Come on in!

Been here every time they change the activities for the kids (about 9 times in the last 3 years) - great activities that are super entertaining for adults too! Really good to check out the changing... more »

steved709

Jun 2019

Arthur Boyd Exhibition

What a gem of an art gallery, for me it’s just the right size, big enough to spend an hour or so, not so big that you can’t see everything. Loved the Arthur Boyd exhibition, well worth the drive from... more »

HamishQLD

Nov 2018

A jewel in the heart of a lost city

The Ipswich Art gallery puts on great shows and most are at no cost. Our last visit the show/ collection was around Australia’s icon houses, but also included some of Ipswich’s Queenslanders. It was... more »