Mar 162018

 An exhibition by Jo Garner, Julie Walker and Nicola Hoyle.

18 May to 1st July 2018

Jo, Julie and Nicola work in a variety of mediums, but one of their common threads is their desire to find beauty in what others often discard. They find great joy in re purposing and re fashioning items that are often considered junk. Their arts practices are diverse; including mosaic, collage, steel fabrication, jewellery and print making. This exhibition will be an eclectic mix of colour, texture and pattern that showcases their sense of humour and love of making Continue reading »

Mar 042018

An exhibition of sculptural and functional wood by Andrew Potocnik

9th March to 8th April 

Exhibition Opening 6-8pm Thursday 8th March
Andrew is  a local artist who uses various techniques such as turning, carving and  meticulously applying interesting surface treatments to recycled wood to create his art. Continue reading »

Jan 072018

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.

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Jan 072018

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. Continue reading »

Nov 122017

There is a new sculpture Garden  outside the Garden Gallery (the old gallery), and also bordered by the sculpted front fence. This is an outdoor space to show garden sculpture to advantage.

The  following is the story of the development of this garden so far. Continue reading »

Oct 302017

Maree Brown

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.

Christen Jo Stone

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