Current Exhibitions

Abstract in Nature

3 April - 24 May 2020

Bringing together a diverse group of six contemporary artists, Abstract in Nature celebrates colourful interpretations of the world around us. Whilst each piece presents a varying degree of abstraction, we conclude that they are all "Abstract in Nature".

Featuring artwork by Joan Blond (VIC), Katie Eraser (VIC), Tiffany Kingston (NSW), Ann Neagle (SA), Rosetta Santucci (NSW) and Amica Whincop (QLD).

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Upcoming Exhibitions

Landscapes

29 May - 12 July 2020

"A man can never say of any landscape that he has exhausted it." - Henry David Thoreau

An exhibition of paintings by a group of local and interstate artists exploring the celebrated theme of landscapes from the artist's own unique perspective.

Featuring work by Rod Bax (SA), Marika Borlase (VIC), Clair Bremner (VIC), Siv Grava (SA), Peter Harley Jensen (SA), Jud Keresztesi (VIC), Christine Lawrence (WA), Craig Penny (VIC), Ross Ruzicka (SA), Peter Serwan (SA), Harry Sherwin (SA), Susan Trudinger (ACT) and Katie Wyatt (SA).

Previous Exhibitions

Melbourne Gals

28 June - 28 July 2019

A group exhibition of exciting new art by Melbourne women. Showcasing work by Joan Blond, Katie Eraser, Casey Freeman, Martha Lord, Cathy Quinn, with sculpture by Annie Glass and jewellery by Maylin Evanochko.

Go Van Gogh

2 August - 1 September 2019

SALA Festival Exhibition

Artwork by 19 South Australian artists inspired by Vincent van Gogh - considered by many to be the greatest artist of all time. An exhibition not to be missed!

Featuring work by Ayesha Aggarwal, Elodie Barker, Cheryl Anne Brown, Gavan Card, Yasmin Grass, Siv Grava, Elisabeth Howlett, Lynn Mack, Christine McCarthy, Megan O'Hara, Marcelo Pla, Christine Pyman, Tim Shaw, Harry Sherwin, Cassie Thring, Susan Tingay, Mark Warren, Elizabeth Wojciak and Katie Wyatt.

 

Eliza Piro - Morning Sunshine

6 September - 6 October 2019

A highly anticipated solo exhibition by much loved Adelaide artist Eliza Piro.

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Xmas Exhibition

15 November - 24 December 2019

"Arrive at the party early and enjoy the flowers." - Andy Warhol

Join us for our annual Christmas exhibition, featuring a unique range of paintings, prints, glass, ceramics, jewellery and handmade giftware. The perfect place to do your Christmas shopping!

Mark Warren - Yesterday & Today

1 Feb - 23 Feb 2020

In this exhibition we celebrate the work of Adelaide artist Mark Warren. Warren is known for his charming work full of colour and life. Inspired by beauty in urban landscapes and animals, he invents new creatures and characters to fill his canvases. Not one to miss!

 

Drinks with the artist Saturday 1 Feb 3-5pm

Festival of Figures

28 February - 29 March 2020

A group exhibition showcasing artworks celebrating the figure. From immersive large scale canvases to paper studies this show is sure to delight! Artists include Christabel Blackman (NSW), Leo Greenfield (NSW), Sarah Hickey (QLD), Martha Lord (VIC), Mariana Mezic (SA), Bev Puckridge (SA), and Elizabeth Wojciak (SA). Ceramics by Sally Hook (NSW) and sculpture by Frank Miles (NSW).

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Sally Browne - Rare and Precious Things

6 September - 6 October 2019

An exhibition of new work by NSW based artist Sally Browne. 

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Mark Judd - Steampunk Transport

6 September - 6 October 2019

Mark Judd is an Adelaide sculptor and painter with an exhibition of whimsical sculptures. The subject matter focuses on transport: including ships, submarines, vehicles and aircraft. Mark describes his sculptures as “steampunk”, which refers to a genre of science fiction inspired by 19th-century machinery powered by steam.

Silvio Apponyi

11 October - 10 November 2019

An exhibition of new work by Adelaide Hills sculptor Silvio Apponyi.

 

Peter Coad

11 October - 10 November 2019

An exhibition of recent paintings by renowned Adelaide artist Peter Coad.

This is Peter's 70th solo exhibition!