Diverse family legacies in the City of Logan are being celebrated through a new exhibition at Logan Art Gallery.

Photographer Shehab Uddin has worked with local families over the past 18 months to develop his exhibition Reconnect memories – a family history.

Old family portraits have been integrated with new images to form the exhibition which is among four on display from last Friday (March 5) until Saturday, April 17.

A touring exhibition by Sharka Bosakova titled UnMasked will also feature during this exhibition round.

This multimedia exhibition uses 3D printing and natural materials to capture Sharka’s collaborations with various artists and includes elements produced through community participation.

Kingston artist Lynne Mullen has used bitumen, oil and acrylic paint to create her latest large-scale paintings.

Lynne has depicted the crucifixion of Christ in this exhibition which is timed for Easter.

This exhibition round is rounded out by Workshop wonders XIX featuring artworks developed in Logan Art Gallery’s practical art workshop program.

It will also feature a selection of sketches by well-loved local artist Esther Austin.

Logan Art Gallery is on the corner of Jacaranda Ave and Wembley Rd, Logan Central.

It is open from 10am to 5pm between Tuesday and Saturday. Entry is free.

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