The White Farm: Art Heritage and the Bellarine by Linda Gallus

In late 2018, artist Linda Gallus found a falling down woolshed on the Bellarine Peninsula. Inspired by the peeling white paint on the buildings, she called it The White Farm. For three years Gallus explored the farm, trying to find traces of its stories in the ruins.

The White Farm series comprises eleven artworks that capture various buildings on the property at different stages of decay. With her acute sense of place, Gallus has preserved a part of our heritage that is slowly being lost.

About the Artist

Linda Gallus has been an artist all her life. Her parents were immersed in the art world of Melbourne and she grew up surrounded by artists of all disciplines – musicians, architects and designers. As Gallus says, “My father’s architectural influence on me is evident as I am excited by structures, both old and new.” Her current artistic interests explore old farm buildings and industrial and agricultural structures; alongside a love of pattern, uniformity and repetition in the landscape. She lives on the Bellarine Peninsula.

Note: exhibition ticket is included in Museum admission - details below.


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  • National Wool Museum 26-32 Moorabool Street, Geelong 3220

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  • Adult: $10.00
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Page last updated: Friday, 30 April 2021

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