An Exhibition by the Basket Makers of Victoria
27th October to 19th November, 2017
An exhibition of contemporary and traditional baskets, and artwork incorporating weaving techniques by a talented group of basketmakers.
Sculpture and photography by Neen Arthur, Nadia Culph and Meredith Plain
18th August to 24th September
The common theme in this exhibition is the use of creativity to encourage an appreciation of our natural world.
There is a new sculpture Garden being created outside the Garden Gallery (the old gallery), and also bordered by the sculpted front fence. This will be an outdoor space to show garden sculpture to advantage.
Some of the changes include clearing the area, adding some new levels, some planting, a new fence with sleeper posts and sculpted panels by sculptor Nicola Hoyle. The next step is a sign made by Nicola. The following is the story of the development of this garden so far.
Artist’s statement for Nadia Culph
I am a photographic artist based in Melbourne. I create botanical and mechanical artwork. As a photographer, I’m drawn to natural curiosities such as unusual flowers, patterned feathers, leaves with intricate detail, anything that catches my eye. Another subject of great interest is all things mechanical. Vintage and muscle cars as well as the beautiful design of hot rods are marvellous material for a photograph.
Neen Arthur works with wire to weave her sculptures and wall hangings, often giving written messages, usually about creativity and love in the natural world.
– an exhibition of works by participants in the BAAG art workshops and their teachers
14th July to 14th August 2017
Art Afternoon in the gallery 2-4pm Sunday 31st July 2017
An exhibition of ceramics, sculpture and drawings by Ann Maree Gentile & Nicola Hoyle
19 May to 9 July
An Exhibition of
Paintings and Glass by
Jennie Williams Culic
14 April to 14May
“Meet the Artists” Saturday 22nd April 3-5pm
Over recent years I have developed a love of pottering in the garden. Although not a spectacular green thumb the garden continuously evolves and includes a variety of small statues, sculptures by other artisans and a couple of old sculptures I created in years gone by. It has become a sanctuary – a place where I lose myself in the moment – clear my head.