Pottery and sculpture for the garden in clay and copper by the Yow Yow Sisters.
Andrea Tilley, Sue McCormick and Sharon Edwards
28th Sept. To 21 Oct. 2019
An Exhibition of Ceramic Sculpture by
16 August to 22 September 2019
Exhibition Opening: 3-5 pm Saturday 17th August
Heather is a talented and experienced ceramic sculptor who makes a wide variety of animals in clay – dragons, fish, birds, cats, butterfly pots and lizards. They will all feature in this exhibition. Art for your garden or inside.
An exhibition by The Hills Ceramic ArtistsBabette Bruders; Amanda Christians; Glenn England; Lee Goller; Claire Johnson, Lynne Lindsay; Heather Thomas; Jenny Rowe; Sharon Twining; Juliet Widdows.
28th June to 11th August 2019
Exhibition Opening: 2-4pm Saturday 29th June 2019
The exhibition ‘Seasoned’ contemplates the turning of nature’s seasons: – from winter’s scarcity and the budding enthusiasm of spring, to summers lazy heat and autumnal festivity.
. 7th to 23rd June 2019
We’ve got a very creative, as well as capable team at Bulleen Art & Garden. This exhibition showcases their talents in areas we nay not have been aware of.
Greg Yeaman, Deb Staun, Deanna Roberts, Steve Burton, Anne Watling, Meredith Merrall, Linda Moore and Aleida Wright.
26th April to 1st June, 2019
Sculpture by Issa Ouattara
15 March to 21 April 2019
This exhibition will showcase the work of African/Australian sculptor Issa Ouattara. Although now based near Daylesford in country Victoria, Issa’s birth place was Cote d’Ivoire in West Africa. With a successful sculpting career in both Africa and Australia and family life in rural Australia, Issa demonstrates how a difficult start to life, including child labour, poverty, war, can be overcome.
We have set up our Summer/Christmas exhibition, filling the Bolin Bolin Gallery (and the Garden Gallery and shop) with lots of new work from some of our favourite artists and also some new artists.
An Australian themed art exhibition by Darren Gilbert of new black ink artwork and rusty metal sculptures.
26th October to 18th November
Bolin Bolin Gallery at Bulleen Art & Garden
6 Manningham Rd W., Bulleen. 88503030.
Sculpture by Melissa Thomas
25th September until 21st October 2018.
An Exhibition by the Eastern Studio Potters and Artists
Jenny Stokes, Sue Trevillian ,Donna Parker, Jenny John , Glenys McDonald, Meg Lowery, Jan O’Neill, Ann Jackson.
26th August to 25th September 2018
Exhibition Opening: 4-6pm, Saturday 26th August
An exhibition of sculpture Christen Jo Stone of Stringybark Studio
July 6- Aug 19 2018
An exhibition of carbon, wood, wire and textiles exploring themes of regeneration, revival and affection.
by Carly Leech and Kendall Bryant
13th April to 13th May
Exhibition Opening: 6-8pm Thursday 12th April
The exhibition program for 2018 features some artists who have exhibited with us before, as well as some new artists. There will be a range of different styles and media. Metal sculpture, glass, wood, textiles, ceramic sculpture and pottery, basketry, drawings and paintings will all be featured during the year.
Steel and Glass Sculpture
by Tim Read and Rob Hayley
2nd February to 4th March
24 November to 24 January 2018
Artists include Raine Edwards, Ann Maree Gentile, Nicola Hoyle, LeneKuhl Jakobsen, Jack Latti , Carly Leech, Nicola Hoyle, Mary McMahon, Marlize Myburgh, Robyn Norris, Jenny Overton, Meredith Plain, Jenny Stokes.
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.
An Exhibition of Sculpture by Joel Medley
3rd February to 5th March, 2017
Joel creates some amazing art works from recycled materials. This exhibition shows some of Joel Medley’s new sculptures and demonstrates how his skills in and style have been developing. There are a number of large, strong metal sculptures which include a grapevine which is large, but has detailed leaves and fruit; a horse with an almost patchwork pattern of overlapping metal segments; a unique fish; giant flowers with friendly faces; birds and a variety of more abstract sculptures.
Until 29th January 2017
Fiona Clarke, Raine Edwards, Jane Dubsky ,Sue Davies, Glenn England, Lynne Foard, Ann Maree Gentile Nicola Hoyle, Lene Kuhl Jakobsen, Jack Latti, Meredith Plain, Jenny Overton, Robyn Norris, Liz Walker, Heather Wilson
Once again a mixed group exhibition is filling our gallery with a wonderful range of artwork in a number of different media by some of our favourite local artists.
An Exhibition by the Eastern Studio Potters and Artists
Jenny Stokes, Ann Jackson, Sue Trivillian ,Donna Parker, Di Beveridge,Robyn Carter, Li Lallo , Jenny John , Glen McDonald,Betty Mitlan , Meg Lowery, Ann Cunningham, Jan O’Neill, Su Laird , Judy Searle.
5th -27th November 2016
An exhibition of Baskets and Textiles.
By Jeanette Carter, Carly Leech, Jacie Malseed
7th October to 1st November 2016
Exhibition opening Thurs 6th October, 6-8pm
Basket Demonstrations – Tuesday 11 Oct 10 am to 2.30 pm and Sunday 16th 10 until 2 pm
An exhibition inspired by trips to Japan led by Linda de Toma and Naoko Coghlan focussing on ceramics and textiles
5 August-4 September
“Art and Gardens”
An Exhibition by the Staff of Bulleen Art & Garden
14th – 31st July 2016
“Snowy” by Erin Cooper
An exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture by Melissa Thomas
3 June-10 July 2016
This exhibition focusses on succulents. Metal sculptures enhance our conceptual ideas of these interesting plants and oil paintings express the textures and colours of the beautiful succulents that give us so much joy.
An Exhibition of glass art by Jenie Yolland
27 April-29 May
A joint exhibition by two makers: Lene Kuhl Jakobsen & Andrew Potocnik
24 March-24 April 2016
Until 8th February
Ceramic sculpture, pots, glass, baskets, photographs, mosaics, metal sculpture. Worth browsing through during your summer holidays.
‘IDEAS OLD AND NEW’
An exhibition of new Ceramic sculptures by Heather Wilson
Fri 30 October to Sun 29 November 2015
Exhibition Opening Thursday 29th october 6-8pm
An exhibition of Ceramics
Hills Ceramic Artists present a celebration of the outdoors September 25th – October 24th
An exhibition to celebrate the Bolin Bolin Gallery’s 20th birthday and a new gallery.
7 August to 20 September 2015
In 1995, at the urging of urged by staff member, Claire Nailer we decided to set up a gallery.Now, 20 years later we are moving and upgrading our exhibition space.
10 April to 23 May, 2015
This mixed exhibition includes glass by Jenny Culic, metal sculpture by Sean Diamond, Nicola Hoyle, Joel Medley, Tim Read & Wendy Brady, owls from recycled household items by Robyn Stewardson, hand painted pottery by Jane Dubsky, and a mosaic by Jenny Overton.
An Exhibition of Art Glass by Jenie Yolland
Jan 8th to 15 Feb 2015
One of Melbourne’s most regarded original glass artists, Jenie Yolland designs are directly inspired by nature soaring clouds, heart-warming sunsets, glistening raindrops on gum leaves, even a macro photograph of chlorophyll cells.
Once again we are showcasing a wonderful eclectic collection of local artworks in our gallery before Christmas. Make sure you visit us before Christmas to see this interesting and diverse range of (affordable) artworks including metal and ceramic sculpture, baskets, prints and paintings. You may find something uniqueand special for a gift, or be able to treat yourself.
An exhibition of ceramic art
Hannah Beilharz, Yukima Breaden, Sharleen Code, Naoko Coghlan, Linda De Toma, Maired Hayes, Rachel Hughes, Christine James, Miyuki Matsuzaki, Annette Nobes, Janet Pezaros, Olivia Pianezze, Gordon Strachan, Choon Yeok (Yeokie)
31st October to 30th November 2014
Churinga Arts – Happy Laughing 2
An exhibition of pottery, art and mosaics by the participants of St John of God Disability day service Churinga Pottery.
3 October to 26 October
The creative artists of Churinga Clayworks have become known and loved for their imaginative sculptures, vibrantly coloured tableware, tiles and mosaics. The freedom and vivid expression of each individual has developed into styles, which are unique. The artwork is highly sought after and each piece is made with an enjoyment that is evidently shared with anyone who encounters it.
Feathers, Fur and Fins
Yow Yow Studio
21st August to 28 september 2014
18 June – 18 August
Includes sculpture made from recycled metal by Sean Diamond Silky Oak hand carved relief panel is by Matt Baird.
This exhibition has been Extended to 15th June
THE TWISTED THREADS – 20 YEARS ON….
An exhibition of textile art.
20March to 22 April 2014
Doll, Judith Hicks
We have gathered an interesting selection of ceramic and metal sculpture, mosaics, ceramics and baskets by a number of our favourite artists.
Artists include Sandra Bain, Mark Cowie, Raine Edwards, Glenn England, Anne-Maree Gentile, Nicola Hoyle, Anne Jackson, Lene Kuhl Jakobsen, Robyn Norris, Meredith Plain, Graham Robertson,Angelique Van Schie, Liz Walker
An exhibition inspired by Bulleen Art & Garden’s magic location – right next to the Yarra River parks. Artists have responded to natural and cultural values of this important section of the Yarra.
Sculpture, baskets, ceramic and botanical art by Sally Armfield, Glenn England , Paul Kalemba , Emma Kelly , Lene Kuhl Jakobsen, Joel Medley, Robyn Norris, Meredith Plain.
11 October to 5 November, 2013
This ceramic exhibition celebrates the coming of spring and spending more time outdoors.
by Box Hill Clayworkers & Friends
September 13 to October 6
Joel creates some amazing art works from recycled materials – quite a few can be seen around Bulleen Art & Garden. He had very successful exhibitions at Bulleen Art & Garden in 2011, 2013 and see below for more on this, and also 2017.
March 22 to April 28
Exhibition Opening 3.30 – 5.30pm Sunday March 24
Ann-Maree Gentile & Nicola Hoyle
A nostalgic look at the music and pop culture that surrounded us growing up
December to February 2013
Metal and ceramic sculpture, mosaics and baskets.
By artists including:
On Thursday 23rd of February 2012, as part of Melbourne’s Sustainable Living Festival, Bulleen Art & Garden and more than 100 guestscelebrated the Earth’s life support system, ‘Gaia’, in a night of discussion, performance, song and art whilst raising funds for Sustainable Gardening Australia. This was an evening to launch a large new mural and open an exhibition, but included much much more – music, puppets, theatre, speakers, gourmet nibbles, walks and much good cheer!
It was a perfect evening – Gaia was certainly smiling apon us!
Kirsty Manger, Lee Goller, Jodie Maree Phelan and Meredith Plain,Matt Baird
We are four ceramic artists who are using clay to tell their stories about Lazy Days, joined by wood artist, Matt Baird.
These different stories reference such themes as the clouds in a summer sky, nostalgic memories of carefree childhoods, al fresco dining, nature and the outdoors. Their narratives were expressed in unusual artworks combining interesting forms and surfaces.
Ceramic Sculpture by Heather Wilson & Metalwork by Corinne Lomon
26 October to 25 November
Exhibition Opening: 6-8 pm, Thursday 26th October
Heather and Corinne are both exhibiting artists who work together as art teachers. Heather has been making her distinctive dragon and bird sculptures for over 20 years, while Corinne works in metal.
They have decided to come together to show the new directions their work has been taking recently. Heather has developed an interest in Raku firing and fish.
Sandra Bain, Colleen Burke, Michael Camilleri, Avis Gardner, Jodie Nunn, Melissa Osborne, Lachlan Plain, Meredith Plain, Giuseppe Raneri, Carmen Reid. Lucia Rossi, sue.k.
Gaia Night Opening, 6-8pm, Thurs 23rd Feb
Art Trail and Exhibition Floor Talk,3 – 4pm Sunday 26th February
Stroll across the lawns and detour down the leafy cul de sacs of Sanctum Theatre’s Conservatory of Singular Specimens. The Conservatory is an ark upon which Sanctum and BAAG artists rescue some of our most singular specimens – whether they be arboreal, bestial or purely alchemical.