Presented by Earth Canvas & Tamworth Regional Gallery

Emma Stilts

Linking Artists with Regenerative Farmers - Earth Canvas 


Lana, 221 Lana Road, Balala NSW

An opportunity to visit a working Merino Wool and Cattle farm near Uralla NSW with Regenerative farmers Tim and Suzanne Wright and Walcha based artist Stephen King.
Tim Wright says “The key to successful natural capital management will be crunching the numbers to prove the link with long term farm profitability”.
Artist & farmer Stephen King says “I mostly use windfall timber from our farm to make my sculpture, and most of this work is about farming”.
Visitors will learn about the importance of ground cover to protect the soil. Along with the importance of animals grazing to build biodiversity and ecological processes. At the Roumalla Creek, the head water of the Gwydir catchment we will discuss water, plants,
platypus, yabbies and Bells Turtle.

BYO picnic lunch or order a picnic box online at:

Tea and coffee included.
Adults $10, Students $8, Family $20 (2 adults 2 children) Morning and afternoon tea included.
For further information contact Gillian Sanbrook 0428 696 724

Earth Canvas is about reconnecting people with the farming landscape and using the eye of the artist to express what they see. It is about empowering people to be part of the solution to make the planet earth a better place. Earth Canvas started with 6 leading Australian artists working on 6 regenerative farms between the Murray and Murrumbidgee Rivers on the SW slopes of NSW. The artists produced over 70 artworks now travelling to 6 regional galleries. Currently at Tamworth Regional Gallery from April 28 to June 12 2022.



28 May 2022

10:00 AM - 03:30 PM