Exhibitions & Events Archive
14 October – 22 November, 2005
The Plein-air Exhibition An exhibition of seascapes and landscapes by NSW South Coast artist John Sharman utilising the place of the unique Australian environment. His work exhibits a realist-impressionist style and almost without exception are painted plein-air at the locations he represents.Read more
May 7 - June 21, 2005
A well regarded Shoalhaven artist and author of the best selling book Searching for Charmianabout her birth mother acclaimed writer and essayist Charmian Clift. Suzanne's paintings take us to worlds as familiar as the domestic garden, as serene as the idyllic South Coast of NSW and as exotic as an olive grove in the Italian countryside. Glowing colour, pattern and light dominate in her strong acrylic paintings.Read more
21 January - 9 March, 2005
One of the world's prolific professional photographers has left behind 40 years of cameras, film and chemicals to produce Direct Digital Images of the intriguing and colourful architectural structures of mother nature's flora and fauna. An exhibition of technically stunning and visually beautiful aspects of nature presented in a hyper-realistic scenario. A rare and accessible visual delight.Read more
11 March - 22 March, 2005
A unique audio-visual experience and exhibition. A night of imagery, music and intimate words from an Australian icon whose work in two artistic mediums spans more than 60 years. Stop Look and Listen introduces you to a world of personal perspectives and rare, touching experiences entrenched in facets of multi-culturalism, the global landscape and the joie de vivre.
June 7 – July 9, 2008
A BIRD IN THE BUSH
Birds and Botanicals from Helen Fitzgerald, Pamela Griffith, Wayne Byard, Jan Barnett and Jenny Moraga.
This group exhibition brings together four of the Gallery's prominent botanical and nature artists with a newcomer to the Gallery who won the 2005 painting section of the Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize.Read more
August 1 – August 18, 2008 in Café Woodworks
Mountain Huts by Night
The huts of Australia's alpine regions have provided warmth and refuge
to generations of stockmen, miners, skiers and walkers. This series of
photographs by Eve Conroy records the huts at night using traditional
light sources such as moonlight, candles and firelight.
An exhibition of the VIVID National Photography FestivalRead more
July 11 – July 29, 2008 in Café Woodworks
Decade showcases a collection of Bungendore photographer Sonia Turner’s first ten years of black and white photographs. With a keen photographic eye and a will to capture the essence of the people, landscape and places encountered over the past 10 years she has produced a body of work that provides a selective but diverse cross-section of her images.
Opening Saturday 12 July at 6.00pm
An exhibition of the VIVID National Photography Festival