Aug 142017
 

 

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.

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Aug 122017
 

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. Continue reading »

Jul 112017
 

“Classroom Creative”

– 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

 

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Apr 112017
 

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. Continue reading »

Oct 312013
 

2013-11-03 001 013Clay Sculpture by Meredith Plain

Sunday 3 November  12:00 to 4pm
I’ll be working in the gallery on sunday afternoon if you’d like to call by and see what I’m doing

It’s the last weekend of the Bolin and Yarra exhibition —
at Bolin Bolin Gallery at Bulleen Art & Garden
6 Manningham Rd west
Bulleen

Apr 172013
 

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Well known ceramic artist, Giuseppe Raneri (a.k.a Joe the giftshop guru at Bulleen Art & Garden), has been commissioned to make another in the series of iconic ceramic tiled seats which can be seen along Brunswick St. This shot shows a couple of German tourists appreciating the artwork involved in one of the existing seats! You will be able to see the new seat at the corner of Brunswick Street and King William street

You can find out more about Joe & see more of his work at http://gallery.baag.com.au/?p=34