GREEN CAULDRON PANORAMA and CALDERA WILDSCAPES GALLERY
A year in the making, the Panorama painting depicts the 360 degree views from the summit of Wollumbin Mt Warning. This spectacular 18 metre long artwork is geographically accurate and features paintings of the birds of prey of the Tweed region.
60a Murwillumbah St (Main St) Murwillumbah, NSW Entrance adjacent to Court House Hotel
The Caldera Wildscapes Gallery showcases artworks depicting the region's natural environment values. Within the gallery is the art studio of Andy Reimanis and displays/videos featuring the Tweed's volcanic history and amazing biodiversity.
"Many people who visit the Tweed are not physically capable of the strenuous walk/climb to the summit of Mt Warning, or they may choose to respect the wishes of Bundjalung Elders who consider it a sacred place. So come on up a short flight of stairs to the Panorama and Caldera Wildscapes Gallery and experience a marvelous virtual view for very little effort. Also, feel free to have a chat about my artworks while I'm painting in the studio". Andy Reimanis, project coordinator & principal artist
A unique feature of the Panorama painting is that occasionally principal artist Andy Reimanis encourages some visitors to actually paint a distant tree-trunk on the panorama. Contributors pictured below are Financial Review journalist Ute Junker and the Dutch Consul-General Willem Cosijn (below right).
Header image: Green Cauldron Panorama, northern - eastern view - from Lamington NP (left) to Byron Bay