Art | Current Exhibitions

Each individual gallery space has a different artist’s work exhibited.  The art is changed every every 6-8 weeks, so there is something new to see on every visit to Daylesford.

Please also view our artworks for sale online.

 

Brian Nash

Acrylics & Pastel

Brian captures the local landscapes with feeling and conviction.

Adrian Blakey

“WORLDSCAPE”

Adrian has developed a unique style of abstract impressionism built on the foundations of 20th century modern art.

Emma BAHAMA

Mixed Media Paintings

Ever evolving, her work is inspired by light, shadow, mood. Emma creates nature studies, land and seascapes in textural layers through her intuitive painting process, holding above all the pursuit of beauty.

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LIADAAN

Oil Paintings & Sculptures
“I consider myself a contemplative painter and I work in the tonal method.   The light,
atmosphere, mood and poetry of the subject is what I aim for”.

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Michael Coll
Mixed Media paintings
Michael moved into abstract and semi-abstract work in the 1990’s, exploring the interplay of
colour, line and texture to bring the viewer to another plain and alert the senses.

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Michael Portley

Oil Paintings

Michael Portley has created a series of oil
paintings depicting the landscape found
around him in the Hepburn Shire, with a focus
on capturing the light and colours.

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Keming Shen

Oil Paintings

Keming specializes in oil paintings of people and everyday life. He believes that the honest depiction of everyday scenes can be most evocative.

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Maureen Kirsch

Pastel

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Heather Smith

Oil Paintings

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Karren Stoneham

“My round circular canvas has become quite fundamental to my art, with circular frames adding an interesting dynamic to the paintings, symbolising windows or portholes looking out into a dreamlike realism of the Surf coast. My aerial perspectives are intended to inspire the viewer to reflect on the endless beauty of coastal Australia.”

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Petrus Spronk

Burnished Black Bowl Series

“The beginning. Returning to the source. The simple black bowl. After my eight year journey around the world, during which time I worked and lived in many different cultures I returned filled with riches all of which, in one way or another, are to be found in the simple black bowl forms.”

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Steve Parkville

Mixed Media

Glenys Buzza

“For me, charcoal on paper is the soul of all drawing and painting media.

Faced with a sheet of beautiful white paper and a stick of rough willow charcoal there are no escape routes, no ways to disguise, no distractions such as colour, and no second chances. Just purity!”

Angela Anderson

Unsurpassed shorelines, meandering creeks, the iconic Cable Beach, rugged
pindan rocky cliffs, these elements all combine to set the stage for the main
feature, the Kimberley coast. It’s from the breathtaking coastal vistas that I
draw my artist inspiration and it’s an idyllic palette for my studio.

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Graeme Myrteza

“My name is Graeme Myrteza, proud family man, farmer and painter from the hills of Thorpdale, a small country town in Gippsland, Victoria.  I have lived and worked here nearly all of my life.”

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Barbara Hauser

Acrylic on Fabric

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Jennifer Feller

Oil on Canvas

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Bill Ogilvie

Bronze

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Ross McIntosh

Watercolour

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Jane Creenaune

Bronze

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Richard Lamprecht

Glassware

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Phone +613 5348 3211

info@theconvent.com.au

7 Daly Street Daylesford 3460
Victoria Australia

Thursday to Monday 10am-4pm
(Closed Tuesday & Wednesday)

Gallery admission:
Adult: $10, Concession: $8,  U12: $5 and U5: free.

 

The Convent acknowledges the traditional owners, the Dja Dja Wurrung people, on whose land we meet, share & work.
We pay our respects to their Elders past, present & emerging.