90 x 90 proudly marks the 90th anniversary of The Whitehorse Art Collection.

Established in 1927 with the public subscription of a portrait by Ernest Buckmaster, the collection has grown to 1500 artworks.

90 x 90 contrasts contemporary and historical artworks, showcasing the continual evolution of the Collection. Ceramics, paintings, sculpture, textiles and works on paper offer a revelation of the Art Collection.

The enduring theme of the landscape will be challenged, with famous works by members of the Box Hill Artists’ Camp, Tom Roberts and Frederick McCubbin, displayed alongside modern representations by Neville French, Jill Symes and Sue McFarland.

Image: Wayne Viney, Pink Cloud 2012 © The artist