Japanese Exhibition Sakura

13th October to 25th October 10:00 am - 04:00 pm

4th Japanese Exhibition at Spiral gallery Bega. kimono, clothes, textile, ceramic, painting, wood and glass work, artist book, ukiyoe, small furniture, antiques and collectables are for sale. Cash and Carry.

Opening Friday 13th October 5 pm. Japanese Food and Live Music, Bamboo flute shinobue, cello and Stonewave Taiko Drummers. All Welcome.

Habitat: works by Marilyn Banfield and Emily Laszuk

14th October to 28th October 11:00 am - 01:00 pm

Cobargo Creators’ next feature artist exhibition is a collection of works by Quaama artists Marilyn Banfield and Emily Laszuk. Explored through Emily’s lustre work and Marilyn’s textiles displaying her love of the local landscape. Opens 11am on 14 Oct with music and refreshments and closes 1pm 28 Oct.

Spring Exhibition

28th September to 29th October 10:00 am - 05:00 pm

Aboriginal artists Cheryl Davison and Lee Cruse introduce this season’s programme of monthly exhibitions at Ivy Hill Gallery.
Cheryl Davison’s fine brush work is executed with unwavering skill as she weaves the stories passed to her by her elders.
Lee Cruse has developed a meticulous style based on the body painting of the dancers in the last corroboree to take place in Nowra.
Lee’s painting, Junggar Hunting, was chosen to adorn the Eden water tower.

Up the Garden Path Sculpture Exhibition

13th October to 29th October 06:00 pm - 04:00 pm

Up the garden Path is an exhibition Artworks from regional sculptors that are inspired by the intersection between nature and culture. Over 60 sculptures of varied mediums, both indoor and outdoor will be displayed at the Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Gardens. Opening 6pm October 13th

  • Contact Name: Andrea Warren
  • Contact Email: acwarren2536@gmail.com
  • Contact Number: 0458951441
  • Venue Name: Eurobodalla Regional Botanic Garden

Fired+Wired

27th October to 15th November 05:00 pm - 04:00 pm

recent works : Daniel Lafferty wood fired stoneware and Gabrielle Powell recycled wire baskets

The Shirl | National Youth Portrait Awards

6th October to 25th November 06:00 pm - 12:00 pm

The Shirl is a $10,000 acquisitive biannual portrait prize for artists between the ages 16 – 25. There is no other Portrait prize specifically for young and emerging Australian artists. The Shirl is the little sister to the BVRG’s $50,000 Shirley Hannan National Portrait Award.

We encourage HSC students, tertiary students or practicing emerging artists to enter. Entries can be of any 2D traditional medium or a digital new media piece, animation, gif etc. The entered work must have been completed within the last 12 months and must be the original work of the exhibitor.

Famiglia: Oh Holy Father

20th October to 26th November 06:00 pm - 12:00 pm

Famiglia: Oh Holy Father

‘Famiglia: Oh Holy Father’ is an immersive family tree – a series of paintings of relatives and sacred spaces. While figurative the works are guided more by what Rimmer felt than what she saw. Architectural elements prevalent in Rimmer’s past painting series are present in these works as abstracted habitats. Rimmer treats the canvas like a paper and the process of painting like sketching –predominately using charcoal, graphite and pastels. Constructivist and Romanticist notions are visibly in the work – Rimmer describes these styles as an innate part of her visual vocabulary.

Chrystal Rimmer is a recent BFA graduate of the National Art School, Sydney. She lives and creates work in Merimbula.

Seasonal Changes

4th November to 30th November 05:00 pm - 04:30 pm

Embark on a journey through the seasons with Lyza Morrison in her first solo exhibition for Artessence Gallery. Using primarily acrylic paints on canvas, Lyza explores the changes in light and colour on the ocean through the seasons and more literally, the changes in seasons through flowers and leaves.
Lyza’s work is characterised by beautiful attention to detail, capturing a sense of movement which brings her artwork vividly to life. Her often larger than life canvases glow with colour and light creating a collection of visual poetry of single canvases, diptychs and triptychs.
Accompanying her work are a series of poems which add further detail to the inspiration for her paintings. Opening Night is Saturday 4th November at 5pm.

'Nellican' An Exhibition exploring the Heritage of Nelligen Village

27th September to 21st December 10:00 am - 03:21 pm

Imagine the quiet village of Nelligen as a roaring bustling beehive of a port …. come and explore its heritage.

The Justene Williams - The Curtain Breathed Deeply

1st December to 17th February 06:00 pm - 12:00 pm

The Curtain Breathed Deeply presents an immersive collection of video and sculptural work by artist Justene Williams. Her largest and most ambitious undertaking to date, Williams uses found objects and waste materials to create dazzling theatrical environments, seducing visitors through a variety of hypnotizing sets and ‘performative’ video installations.

Etched in Stone

24th October to 2nd December 12:00 am - 12:00 am

Eden Killer Whale Museum’s exhibition Etched in Stone provides a local perspective on the stories behind the names of the First World War servicemen who are commemorated on Eden’s Cenotaph.

While memorials honour the names of service personnel, space prevents individual stories being told. The Fallen have always been given a special place in history, but what of the men who returned home physically and emotionally changed forever? Etched in Stone tries to understand the experience of some of Eden’s 122 First World War servicemen – the courageous and the deserters, the young and the old, the loss or survival of brothers, those who went on to serve in the Second World War and those who never made it out of Australia the first time around.