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  • Where Science Meets Art: The Botanical Illustrations of Rod Seppelt, April 2016. Photo: Jack Robert-Tissot
  • Where Science Meets Art: The Botanical Illustrations of Rod Seppelt, April 2016. Photo: Jack Robert-Tissot
  • Where Science Meets Art: The Botanical Illustrations of Rod Seppelt, April 2016. Photo: Jack Robert-Tissot
  • Where Science Meets Art: The Botanical Illustrations of Rod Seppelt, April 2016. Photo: Jack Robert-Tissot
  • Where Science Meets Art: The Botanical Illustrations of Rod Seppelt, April 2016. Photo: Jack Robert-Tissot
  • Where Science Meets Art: The Botanical Illustrations of Rod Seppelt, April 2016. Photo: Jack Robert-Tissot
  • Where Science Meets Art: The Botanical Illustrations of Rod Seppelt, April 2016. Photo: Jack Robert-Tissot
  • Where Science Meets Art: The Botanical Illustrations of Rod Seppelt, April 2016. Photo: Jack Robert-Tissot
  • Where Science Meets Art: The Botanical Illustrations of Rod Seppelt, April 2016. Photo: Jack Robert-Tissot
  • Where Science Meets Art: The Botanical Illustrations of Rod Seppelt, April 2016. Photo: Jack Robert-Tissot
  • Where Science Meets Art: The Botanical Illustrations of Rod Seppelt, April 2016. Photo: Jack Robert-Tissot
  • Professor Rod Seppelt speaking about his work at Where Science Meets Art, April 2016. Photo: Jack Robert-Tissot
  • Narryna, November 2015. It's thirsty work on a hot and windy afternoon. Digby Longhurst in charge of refreshments.
  • Narryna, November 2015. Wallpaper nerd (his words) Alan Townsend starts off his talk entitled 'Fifty shades of grey: colour, excess and luxury in Van Diemens Land 1834-1870'.
  • Narryna, November 2015. The drawing room, outfitted in button silk wallpaper recreated by Alan Townsend. The mantelpiece is faux white marble.
  • Narryna, November 2015. The French button silk wallpaper design sought to give the impression of walls bound in soft silk fabric. Somewhat more subtle than some of the other designs that Alan showed.
  • Narryna, November 2015. This image is digitally altered to highlight the various layers of grey which made up the finished design. The next image shows the actual appearance: much more subtle.
  • Narryna, November 2015. Alan Townsend's recreation of French wallpaper, showing their mastery of tone and texture in the 1840s.
  • Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, October 2015
  • Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, October 2015
  • Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, October 2015
  • Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, October 2015
  • Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, October 2015
  • Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens, October 2015
  • Theatre Royal, October 2015. Member Christine Wilmot takes a bow.
  • Theatre Royal, October 2015. After the disastrous fire in the mid-80s, the portraits in the cupola were repainted by George Davis.
  • Theatre Royal, October 2015. John Sexton declaiming.
  • Theatre Royal, October 2015. Another not-so-secret door.
  • Theatre Royal, October 2015. Behind the scenes on stage.
  • Theatre Royal, October 2015. In the dressing room with our guide Robyn Rheinberger.
  • Theatre Royal, October 2015.
  • George Davis exhibition, February 2015: the last painting that George delivered, still not quite dry.
  • 'Old Friends' event to honour those who were there at the birth of our organisation, March 2015: time for afternoon tea!
  • 'Old Friends' event to honour those who were there at the birth of our organisation, March 2015: Jean Birch and Daphne Gregg.
  • 'Old Friends' event to honour those who were there at the birth of our organisation, March 2015: Friends president John Sexton with Bill and Sheila Mearns.
  • 'Old Friends' event to honour those who were there at the birth of our organisation, March 2015: TMAG director from that time, Don Gregg, addresses the group in the members lounge.
  • 'Old Friends' event to honour those who were there at the birth of our organisation, March 2015: TMAG director from that time, Don Gregg, addresses the group in the members lounge.
  • George Davis exhibition, February 2015: George's plan for the Tasmanian Conservatorium of Music facade.
  • George Davis exhibition, February 2015: George's portrait of Dace Shugg.
  • George Davis exhibition, February 2015: George's paints and palette.
  • George Davis exhibition, February 2015: George's paints and palette.
  • George Davis exhibition, February 2015
  • George Davis exhibition, February 2015
  • George Davis exhibition, February 2015
  • George Davis exhibition, February 2015
  • George Davis exhibition, February 2015
  • George Davis exhibition, February 2015: Senior Curator of Art addresses the Friends.
  • Mawson's Huts Replica Museum, November 2014. Rob Easther, Expeditions Manager for the Mawson's Huts Foundation, begins his talk to the Friends.
  • Mawson's Huts Replica Museum, November 2014. Rob Easther's presentation illustrates the difficulties faced by workers conserving the original huts in Antarctica.
  • Mawson's Huts Replica Museum, October 2014. Inside the huts, where the expeditioners worked, cooked and slept.
  • Mawson's Huts Replica Museum, October 2014. Reliving Mawson's epic journey.
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