This rare survey showcases the skill of two established senior artists, exhibiting together for the first time. Philip Gray and Ray Rattenbury both live in Sunbury, regional Australia, and share a love for one of art’s more challenging mediums – watercolour.

Through sweeping seascapes, rustic bush scenery and emotionally charged historic narratives, each artist displays fully realised creative mastery and individual vision.

The exhibition is curated through the Arts & Culture program of Hume City Council, Melbourne. Further details about the exhibiting artists can be found at

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About Hume Galleries

Hume Galleries are three unique gallery spaces run by Hume City Council (Victoria Australia):
Gee Lee-Wik Doleen Gallery - Craigieburn Global Learning Centre
(75-95 Central Park Avenue, Craigieburn 3064)
Town Hall Gallery - Town Hall Broadmeadows
(10 Dimboola Road, Broadmeadows 3047)
Sunbury Gallery - Sunbury Global Learning Centre
(44 Macedon St, Sunbury 3429)
Further information visit

(image credit: Ray Rattenbury, Kangaroo Fern, 2019)

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