Ngurambang: Our Riverina
Supported by the NSW Government through Create NSW and Western Riverina Arts.
Christopher Haworth, From Jacksons Lane Talimba, 2021, acrylic on canvas. Photograph by Jason Richardson..
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Unlemon - a meandering tale of citrus by Alison Mitchell
A multilayered story of citrus. Its origins, trajectory, diversity and tenacity feature in the work of South Australian artist, Alison Mitchell
2023 Gallery Launch
Hear all about the variety of exhibitions on offer in 2023, enjoy Dee Vine Estate wines, canapés, and meet special guest artist Alison Mitchell.
Mastering the Art of Painting
Does your child love painting? Book in to join artist and graphic designer Isis-Rae Ronan from Tambourine Art Studio for a Mastering the Art of Painting Session.
Robert Sherwood Duffield: Recent Works
Showcasing artwork by award winning artist, Robert Sherwood Duffield.
Kim Gibbs: The Wandering Echidna
An exhibition showcasing a collection of animal sculptures.
Tony Curran: What a Machine
Featuring new paintings, drawings and custom software by artist Tony Curran.
Silk Inroads: On The Road
Featuring the work of more than 70 members of the diverse Riverina communities.
Celebrating 40 Years
To celebrate our 40th birthday we're curating an exhibition of artworks, historical information and other ephemera highlighting the Gallery’s 40 year history.
Di Tarr: Only Just Begun
Take a fantastical journey through the decades and explore Di Tarr's diverse and ever evolving art practice.
We Bleed the Same
An exhibition celebrating diversity by creator and producer Liz Deep-Jones, photographer Tim Bauer and Art Director, Brenda Dwyer.
Open Studio Sessions
Let's Collaborate - Have you got an art project or artwork you have been working on at home that you just can't get finished? Book a place at the gallery!
Still Life Oil Painting with Rhonda Miranda
Delve into the world of still life painting and discover why this practice has been appreciated by so many through out history.