Changing Landscapes: Women Artists from the Sarjeant Gallery Collection
Exhibition to celebrate New Zealand Suffrage Centenary Year.
“Those women who made trips overseas to study in Europe (mainly England and France) were exposed to the latest modern developments and found stimulation and support for their own work while there. They experimented with these innovations and their art work and skills developed. This can be seen in the work of Flora Scales (1888-1985) [sic] in her painting Untitled (Seascape) where her brushwork is visible and assured and a heightened sense of colour effects/forms are suggested rather than defined.”
- ‘The Changing Role of the Woman Artist in New Zealand’ by Jennifer Taylor Moore, Changing Landscapes: Women Artists from the Sarjeant Gallery Collection, The Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui, 1993 (catalogue essay excerpt)
12 July, 1993
— 26 September, 1993
The Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui
Whanganui, New Zealand