The Bolin Bolin Gallery is closed due to Victorian lockdown!
However, you can visit our online shop at https://shop.baag.com.au/collections/art-pieces. We have added a selection of some of the many artworks we have in the Bolin Bolin Gallery and throughout Bulleen Art & Garden waiting for you to visit.
We are now asking for proposals for exhibitions for 2022.A gallery as part of a garden centre is a great way to bring art, and individually crafted products to a wide range of people who would not normally visit an art gallery, as well as giving local artists an outlet for their products.We want to know your ideas for an interesting exhibition in this space, and also new art and craftwork for our gallery and shop in the leadup to Christmas.
There are locally produced artworks in many other parts of Bulleen Art & Garden as well as the exhibitions in the Bolin Bolin Gallery. The following are examples of what you can find now, December 2020.
In the Shop Next to the Gallery
Ceramics by Jack Latti, Naoko Coghlan, Helen Sparrow, Manuela Bortot
BAAG is privileged to operate in one of the most culturally significant regions for art in Melbourne, often referred to as the Valley of the Arts. The two most important Australian art movements, the Heidelberg School and the Angry Penguins, originated in this area. Heide Museum of Modern Art, which is just across the park from BAAG is an iconic art venue.BAAG has placed emphasis on the arts and creativity in response to this location, and also the passion of the proprietors and some staff for the arts. This has enabled us to develop a unique identity, atmosphere and experience at BAAG.One way of furthering those aims is shown by incorporating an increasing array of artworks in the structural fabric of BAAG and adopting a creative approach everything that we do.
Rustic art by Warwick Hillis31st January to 15th March 2020Warwick’s unique garden art sculptures were extremely popular in last year’s exhibition. So we’ve invited him back to start the year again.There will be a large variety of rustic art, made from reclaimed metal, wood and wire.
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 2019Exhibition Opening: 2-4pm Saturday 29th June 2019The 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.