Art | Past Exhibitions
The Convent changes the art on display every 8 weeks.
If you are interested in purchasing a piece that is no longer on display… contact us. The Convent can access works of past artists, providing the piece has not sold
Karren paints with her hands!!
Her paintings are on a round board – portholes of the Surf coast
Paintings in the Hall Gallery
Sculptures in the Print Gallery
Acrylic on Canvas & Sculptures
Oil on canvas… paints with her hands!
Sharryn loves to paint clouds…
“I am a bit obsessed actually. Just when I think I am done with clouds I walk outside and get inspired all over again. I want the viewer to feel like they could step into the canvas, feel the salty breeze of an approaching storm.”
A figurative artist at heart he likes to study the human form, and has a fascination with the power and grace of the trained dancer. He combines a contemporary view with various painting styles in order to provoke social commentary, and thematically often strays into territory of the ‘darkly beautiful’
Acrylic on Canvas – Peter believes that his success as a painter relies on his love of learning, his personal drive and his curiosity and ability to capture true feelings in his work that connect with the viewer. He has a passion for painting which he describes as a physical pleasure that runs alongside his
desire to represent himself and his ideas. He is unwilling to limit himself to one style, one specific pursuit or one thematic search in order.
Acrylic and Oil. Adrian ( Ade ) Blakey is a contemporary Melbourne artist, working in oil and acrylic
His paintings are inspired by people, places and events, and influenced by his love of 20th century abstract modern art.
Showing from 2nd of Oct to 26th of Nov
Working primarily with oil paints, Pamela Orola combines the use of a bold colour palette and slight misappropriation to depict the strong characteristics of one’s personality.
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.
Oil on Canvas
Acrylics & Pastel
Brian captures the local landscapes with feeling and conviction.
Showing from 8th of Aug to 12th of Oct
Acrylic on Fabric
Yael Susan Rayman
Yael’s works are based on spirituality, colour and a unique modern style. With a degree from Monash in Fine Arts, as well as Film and Television studies at Swinburne, Yael draws inspiration from the Baroque and Rococo periods
Phone +613 5348 3211
7 Daly Street Daylesford 3460
Thursday to Monday 10am-4pm
(Closed Tuesday & Wednesday)
Adult: $10, Concession: $8,
Kids U12: $5, Kids 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.