• Take a walk down memory lane and re-acquaint yourself with the work of the late David Gregson and reminisce on the cultural life of York of a time now past.

David Gregson Art Trail

The David Gregson art trail is a celebration of one of Western Australia’s most highly regarded figurative painters.  During the 1980s David made numerous field trips to York where he painted in gouache en plein air – York streetscapes, landscapes and its cultural life, including horse races and contestants in the infamous Flying 50s vintage car race, once one of York’s major events.

David’s career spanned over 50 years and his close relationship to York is in evidence in this two day exhibition which will take you to many of York’s beautiful heritage buildings including Bygraves Cottage, the York Town Hall, the Imperial Hotel, the Motor Museum, the York Post Office, the Courthouse, Settlers, the York Race Club and the Anglican Church.  Take a walk down memory lane and re-aquaint yourself with the work of this extraordinary artist and reminisce on the cultural life of York of a time now past.

All artworks for sale.

14th & 15th October
10am-4pm daily