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At Bolin Bolin Gallery we are passionate about championing local artists and artisans by stocking their handcrafted wares. We also facilitate creative workshops introducing community members to new techniques.


It's old and wet, but there are still lots interesting art & handcrafted products at Bulleen Art an Garden, as well as our gallery exhibitions. Here is just a small selection Garden Gallery Dragons by Heather Wilson Planters by Marlize Myburgh Shop Alcove Ceramics by Helen Sparrow,  baskets by…

Featured Artists

We feature artists and artisans working in a range of mediums, such as ceramics, pottery, mosaic, sculpture, painting, drawing, glass, weaving, textiles.

Upcoming Exhibitions

Bulleen Art & Garden Staff Exhibition

June 17, 2022 08:00-July 3, 2022 17:00
We are having anther exhibition to showcase the talents of our very creative, as well as capable team at Bulleen Art & Garden. Come and see another side of the…

Ceramics and Sculpture

July 9, 2022-August 22, 2022
Ceramics and Sculpture by Annette Nobes, Sharon Edwards, Mel Rayski-Mati, Bruce McKay. 9th July to 22nd August, 2022 We welcome an exhibition of work from 4 artists from the Kangaroo…

Art Features

BAAG, located in the 'valley of the arts' not far from Hiede MoMA, celebrates art by incorporating an array of artworks into the structural fabric of BAAG. We adopt a creative approach everything that we do!

Ceramic Mural, 3 x 5m, Meredith Plain (1995)

Information for Artists

We are always looking out for new artists. We want to display work that is original and individual - that is a viable alternative to mass produced items. Works could be suitable for display in the garden or have some connection to the garden. Work for sale should be of professional quality and suitable for its purpose, and should have artistic or design merit.


Please contact BAAG for current opening hours and directions.



6 Manningham Rd West BULLEEN 3105


Opening Hours

Mon – Sun

9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Bolin Bolin Gallery acknowledges the Wurundjeri people as traditional custodians of the land now known as Manningham. We pay our respects to Wurundjeri Elders past, present and emerging, and value their ongoing contribution to the cultural heritage of the area.