Gallery East represents emerging and established contemporary Western Australian artists, as well as specialising in the traditinal and contemporary arts and crafts of Japan - particularly Japanese prints. The gallery holds 12 exhibitions each year. The work of its artists can be accessed on the gallery website.
Gallery East is the leading gallery specialising in original Japanese prints.
The Museum houses a number of galleries that explore Western Australia’s relationship with the sea.
From leisure boats, pearling luggers and handcrafted sailing boats through to the winning America’s Cup yacht, Australia 11, visitors will be inspired by these iconic vessels and Western Australia’s rich maritime heritage.
The Oberon class submarine – HMAS Ovens – is another major attraction with daily tours by experienced guides (fee applies).
HMAS Ovens is a former Royal Australian Navy Oberon Class submarine. It is a major iconic object and attraction for the Western Australian Museum - Maritime. The Museum offers a special guided tour through the submarine that will give you an idea what it would have been like to serve in this Cold War vessel.
Daily tours run during normal opening hours from 10.00am to 4.30pm (Last tour starts 3.30pm - no advance bookings available for 3.30 tour on weekends)
Only an hour from Perth, Riseborough Estate is a spacious modern Winery / Cellar Door and Fine Art Gallery built on a hilltop with spectacular views over the valleys of Gingin. It is located on Petersen Rise off Mooliabeenie Road which connects the historic towns of Gingin and Bindoon in the Chittering Valley.
The vineyard produces mainly red wines, consisting of twenty acres of Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Grenache and Pinot Noir.
Riseborough Estate is part of the Chittering Valley Wine Trail and the Astronomers Abbots and Artists Trail. A Fine Art Gallery has been established upstairs with interesting contemporary exhibitions always on show.
Wonderful local specialities such as cheeses, olives, oils, tappenade and dukkah are available from the gift shop, as well as ice creams and soft drinks. Enjoy a picnic under the beautiful flowering gum - taking in the stunning views whilst savouring a great drop!
Welcome to the Art Gallery of Western Australia.
The Art Gallery of Western Australia, founded in 1895, occupies a precinct of three heritage buildings on the south-eastern corner of the Perth Cultural Centre. The Gallery houses the State Art Collection, which includes one of the world’s finest collections of Indigenous art, the pre-eminent collection of Western Australian art and design, as well as Australian and International art and design.
Through the Collection, our associated programs, and stimulating exhibitions we offer Gallery visitors unique and exciting experiences of historic and contemporary Australian artists, and bring the art of the world to Western Australia.
We place particular emphasis on the arts of Australia, and due to our geographic position, the Indian Ocean Rim. Our proximity and access to many of the most exciting cultures of the world adds immeasurably to programs, exhibitions, collections and events at the State Art Gallery.
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Gallery 360 is Western Australia’s renowned art, print, mounting and framing group. Our framing and image mounting services are complemented by a collection of original artworks by local artists, reproductions, decorative wall art, mirrors and other specialised art services, presented by helpful people with a passion for what they do.
The experience, knowledge and design flair of experienced consultants assures you of the best results whether you're decorating your home or commissioning art for a large commercial project. We also provide specialist consulting in restoration and conservation to help your treasured artworks stand the test of time. Even the Art Gallery of Western Australia recommends us.
We invite you to visit our gallery for advice from our helpful consultants or to browse the new artworks exhibited weekly.
The Linton and Kay Arts Management group is a powerful identity in the commercial Australian art market.
Consisting of four galleries each with a specialised focus, Linton and Kay’s Fine Art, Contemporary, Investment Collector's Room, and Stockroom & Framing galleries are conveniently located within a 3km radius of one another in the prestigious western suburbs of Subiaco and Jolimont, just 10 minutes from the Perth CBD.
With over ten years arts industry experience, Directors Linton Partington and Gary Kay have established extensive networks which enable avenues of collaboration and development for the artists they represent.
The Linton and Kay Arts Management group enjoys a dedicated client base and exhibits local, national and international artists from all genres. Representing both established and emerging talent, the group provides investment, corporate and private collectors access to fine art of the highest order.
Monart Studio & Gallery is a contemporary fine art gallery. The monthly thematic exhibitions in the gallery display contemporary art across a wide array of media, focusing on works that are challenging, unique and innovative. The gallery exhibits both solo and group exhibitions with media ranging from painting, photography and printmaking to sculpture, textiles, glass and jewellery.
One of our goals at Monart is to involve the viewer in the world of art not only as a spectator, but also as a participant in the creative process. Monart runs a number of classes, in a variety of mediums, throughout the year including our popular Fine Art Photography course. The gallery also features regular guest speakers on a number of topics, and organises international art tours throughout the year.
The Mundaring Arts Centre is situated in the heart of the creative hills community of Mundaring, only 40 minutes north east from the Perth central business district.
We champion local Western Australian artists and crafts people by promoting and exhibiting their work, fostering and advocating their inclusion in the activities and cultural development of the Mundaring Shire, Eastern Metro Region and the State of Western Australia.
We aim to nurture the growth of an interactive arts environment in the Shire of Mundaring. An environment that expresses promotes and values the arts and culture as an integral to the well being and life of our unique community.
We develop, promote and produce high quality visual arts and crafts through a range of arts access and education programs in our Gallery, Gift Shop, Studio and through community activities and events.
Fremantle Arts Centre (FAC) is a multi-arts organisation that’s been going strong for 36 years. Located on Finnerty Street, the historic site was originally the first purpose-built ‘lunatic’ asylum in WA. It has since been a women’s home, a naval base during WW1 and WW2 and a technical college before opening as Fremantle Arts Centre in 1972.
Fremantle Arts Centre operates a number of programming streams, with over 30 staff members operating the Exhibitions, Learning, Events & Music, Communications, Finance, Reception and Grounds departments, not to mention the best little shop in town, Found.
The Exhibitions team manage a cutting-edge selection of contemporary arts from practitioners locally, nationally and internationally, with a growing Residencies program running alongside. FAC also manages the Moores Building on Henry Street in the west end.
Greenhill Galleries, founded by Veda Swain, was launched in Adelaide in 1972. Several years later it was realised that there was a need for a similar gallery in Perth - one that handled artists of the high calibre represented in the Adelaide branch.
Greenhill Galleries showcases a collection of local, interstate, and international artworks, representing many of Australia’s finest contemporary artists. The gallery has been instrumental in advising and assisting first-time buyers, long-term clients, architects and interior designers, and many major corporate and private collections.
From October 1999 to February 2006, Turner Galleries was known as The Church Gallery. For most of that time it was located at 264 Stirling Highway, in Claremont Western Australia. In December 2005 it moved to temporary premises, at 452 William Street Northbridge, not far from the city centre, whilst a new gallery space was being prepared.
In March 2007 the gallery relocated and opened with the new name Turner Galleries. The newly refurbished 1920's factory workshop is located at 470 William Street Northbridge, near the corner of Bulwer Street.
Turner Galleries is one of the largest commercial galleries in Perth. The gallery measures 18.3 x 10.6m, and can be divided into two gallery spaces using movable walls. Delivery, consignment and storage areas are located at the back of the complex, with an office and additional display room at the front.
The Gallery displays a broad range of contemporary art that is unique, challenging, critical and/or experimental. This encompasses painting, printmaking, sculpture, installation, jewellery, and new technologies. The gallery is owned and directed by Helen Morgan, and managed and curated by Allison Archer.
At Aboriginart, we are pround to present an extensive collection of investment quality Indigenous fine art sourced solely from the Central and Western Desert regions, and painted by some of Australia's 50 most collectable artists. These magnificent works cater for all aesthetic tastes, budgets and wall spaces, and will idealy compliment any residential or commercial decore situation.
Insideof The Anthony Riding Gallery, there’s 500sq m of exhibition space to play with. Outside, there’s another 100sq m of space for sculpture. All up, it’s a super-sized space for a unique gallery aimed at showcasing world-class art from a hand-picked group of emerging and established artists all with West Australian connections.
“Perth is the only city in the world where something like this can be born, where you can do a project as bold as this,” Riding says. “Our isolation breeds a unique creative environment, a different perspective on the world.”
Artitja Fine Art is located in South Fremantle, Perth in Western Australia. We hold four specialised exhibitions a year and outside of those times our gallery operates daily by appointment.
Heathcote Museum and Gallery is a dynamic multi-arts and cultural museum and gallery, located in the vibrant Heathcote Cultural Precinct.
Housed in Swan House, originally a hospital building that was part of the Heathcote Mental Reception Home, the Heathcote Museum and Gallery has a commitment to showing diverse work from people who see art and culture as an important part of their life.
As part of a vibrant precinct, the museum offers visitors an insight into the early importance of Point Heathcote and its vital role in the mental health facilities developed throughout Western Australia.
The gallery aims to nurture the production, enjoyment and understanding of diverse art through engaging programs, innovation and excellence.
With 25 years experience in Aboriginal Arts, Japingka Gallery’s directors have curated and presented over one hundred exhibitions of Aboriginal painting, prints and sculpture, both in Australia and internationally. Japingka Gallery opened at its present location in 1995, as an adjunct to the Aboriginal art and design company Desert Designs which began in Fremantle in 1984. The gallery site had previously been the home of Aboriginal Art centre Birukmarri Gallery which established there in 1985. Japingka Gallery is based in an historic two-storey warehouse building in the heart of the port city of Fremantle. With four hundred square metres of exhibition space and stockrooms dedicated to contemporary Aboriginal Art, Japingka Gallery provides a broad view of the artworks of indigenous communities and regions and a selected exhibition program in its first floor galleries.
We are passionate specialists in contemporary international pop, lowbrow, pop surrealism, street, tiki, modern folk, retro with a twist and underground art. We dig art that crosses over with design, pop and counter culture.
Our approach is one that breaks out of the typical gallery mood. We showcase a fresh and ever-changing salon selection of original artworks, limited edition prints and posters as well as the best hard-to-get books, magazines, curios, mid-century inspired ceramics and collectible vinyl toys.
The Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) is one of Australia's leading centres for the development and presentation of contemporary art.
Housed in a large and striking heritage building in the heart of Perth, Western Australia, PICA is the city's focal point for those wishing to experience the best of Australian and international visual, performing and cross-disciplinary art.
PICA is both a producing and presenting institution that runs a year round program of changing exhibitions, seasons in contemporary dance, theatre and performance and a range of interdisciplinary projects. It boasts one of the largest and most breath-taking exhibition spaces in Australia and has become known for the leading role it plays in the presentation of significant new work.
Purist Gallery only exhibits the creations of Penny Hudson and Max Ball.
A stunning contemporary, purpose built gallery with a retro feel, Purist Gallery was designed and built by architect (original occupation) and now jeweller Max Ball.
Max Ball is the husband of artist Penny Hudson and together they own and operate Purist Gallery.
Penny Hudson's paintings and Max Ball's jewellery and objects are exhibited in this stunning light filled space.
Purist Espresso Bar is also located on site where you can enjoy morning and afternoon tea while you watch the local kangaroos and contemplate an artistic purchase.
Set on 3 acres of natural bush in the Margaret River Wine Region of Western Australia Purist Gallery will take your breath away.
Seva Frangos Art was established in 1998 to provide independent advice and services to individuals, corporate clients and public organizations and collections, on the purchase, collection, exhibition, curation and restoration of indigenous and contemporary art.
Significant and yet temporary exhibitions were organized in Perth and Melbourne, and this led to a permanent gallery in Subiaco, Perth.
Home to two galleries, the KIDOGO ARTHOUSE is a unique exhibition space located at the edge of the sea in Fremantle. Housed in a beautiful, heritage-listed building, the galleries provide pristine art space in a rustic setting where a wide variety of artwork is exhibited. The Arthouse and surrounding courtyard is also a popular venue for musicians, poets and authors to stage live performances.
The KIDOGO ARTHOUSE hosts an ever-changing and exciting array of art experiences, featuring artists from all over the world whose works are amongst the most innovative, uplifting and thought-provoking found on the contemporary scene. Our schedule regularly features floor talks and symposia with artists and art historians, critics and theorists.
The KIDOGO ARTHOUSE galleries are available for hire for functions and weddings, as well as for exhibitions.
Nigel Gaunt's Red Dirt Photographic Gallery was opened on 1 November 2007. It showcases the award winning works of this local Photographer. Nigel specialises in landscape and fine art photography as well as offering photographic tuition through his tours. His works are available on canvas, as photographic prints and on a variety of other mediums. The Gallery offers images framed or unframed stretched or un-stretched and have a packing, freight and postal service for your convenience. Red Dirt Photography has specialised photographic tours on a seasonal basis from April to October. They offer one day of Broome and surrounds, three days at Cape Leveque or the ten day Gibb River Road Tour. The tour is limited to eight people, ensuring your time spent with photographer Nigel Gaunt allows you to get the very best from his tuition. Nigel will teach you the finer points of composition, the unique quality of the light and general camera confidence. The tours suit all levels of photographers, from those who just want to remember their holiday with some stunning and different images, to those who are very competent and are keen to learn something new.
The Geraldton Regional Art Gallery is the single largest dedicated art gallery in the Mid-West region and is one of only three 'A' class venues in regional Western Australia. As such it employs professionally trained staff and provides the highest standard of environmental control and security. To be accessible to all members of the community the gallery provides wheelchair access toilet and a lift. The Gallery aims to meet the artistic and cultural needs of residents from Geraldton, Greenough and Mid-West, as well as visitors from Australia and overseas. Annually the Gallery hosts some 25 international and national art exhibitions on rotation through its four gallery spaces. The Gallery also conducts education and outreach programmes, runs workshops and provides community services across the city and region.
Lake House Gallery and studio can be found hidden in the coastal forests of Yallingup, in the spectacular Margaret River wine region. It is likened to an oasis, with its tranquil lake and lush gardens. Artist-in-Residence, Kay Robshaw, has an eye-catching display of her vibrant paintings, a visual explosion of colour, for you to enjoy. Enjoy the unique opportunity of meeting the artist at work in her studio and enjoying the serenity and view of the gardens from the lounge deck with a delicious coffee and cake. The gallery also offers an affordable, beautiful, intimate and completely private Yallingup wedding venue. The perfect place for a romantic wedding ceremony. The website has a range of beautiful images of Kay's artwork and the lakeside gardens. Lake House Gallery is located in Yallingup, approximately 2.5 hours drive south of Perth.
Zebra Rock Gallery is an icon of the East Kimberley. Winner of the 2012 East Kimberley Small Business Award and Rated No. 1 among the best 32 things to do in Kununurra by Lonely Planet, the property provides a welcome oasis where you can relax and chill out by the river Ord with a mango smoothie or LavAzza coffee. Browse the gallery, watch the craftsmen at work carving the famous zebra rock and other siltstones unique to the East Kimberley. Visit the jewellery section; new jewellery styles are continually being produced in association with Dahlia Designs. They ship their rock items to anywhere in Australia and the world. Feed the fish from the jetty on the mighty Ord River and talk to the birds. They know several languages, but perhaps you could teach them some new words. There is a children's playground and Zebra Rock can also provide caravan storage. Look out for the Big Zebra on the Victoria Highway just past the Diversion Dam. Welcome to Zebra Rock Gallery.
BJK... Benjamin James Knapinski was born in Western Australia. For over 15 years his dedication and love of his home state, and in particular the rugged North West, is revealed in his innovative range of pictorial books and prints. Until recent years, this vast outback was largely overlooked by all but a few photographers. Contributing to this void would take many years of sacrifice beyond his career with the expenses involved particularly with publishing. Ben's images are uninfluenced and boldly unpredictable ranging from very wide and detailed scenes, to smooth simple compositions. With the discipline of a traditional film background, he uses a number of specialised cameras and self taught techniques. Ben's talent extends further than panoramic landscape photography and he practices across his profession, including underwater photography. Ben does not believe in the false enhancement of his images, or in copying other photographers efforts which seems rife at a time when so many claim they are leading, award winning photographers. Today, Ben continues to refine his craft and fulfill his life long dream of producing pictorial books and prints on unique areas throughout Western Australia taking care not to expose or name areas that are sacred or fragile.
At The Old Bakery on Eighth Gallery, you will discover a gallery brimming with fine art and craft, paintings, jewellery, ceramics, glassware, scarves, wraps, bags and crafted natural timbers. You can select gifts and mementos created by some of Western Australia's talented artists and craftspeople. The Gallery was established in an old bakery building, circa 1903, with an historic wall oven still intact, a reminder of its original function as a bakery. The oven is being restored and a wood-fired bakery will soon be in operation. Browse in the Gallery showrooms featuring a range of gifts, fine art and crafts then relax in the Old Bakery on Eighth Cafe and garden next door. Enjoy delicious breakfasts and lunches, good coffee, and freshly baked cakes. Ask about current stock or exhibitions and check the Western Australian newspaper on Saturdays to see what's on or visit their website. They also have on-line purchasing through Presenting Gifts.com. The Old Bakery on Eighth Gallery and Cafe enables visitors to relax and to enjoy 'fine art, fine food, and fine coffee'. Accessible via Guildford Road or by rail, the gallery and cafe is only ten minutes from the city by train, bus or car.
Artlandish Aboriginal Art Gallery is one of the world's largest aboriginal art galleries and is based in Kununurra, the gateway to the beautiful Kimberley region in Western Australia. They specialise in providing authentic Australian aboriginal art at exceptional prices. All their artworks purchased online come with a 100 per cent money back guarantee so you can acquire artworks online with complete confidence. They supply certificates of authenticity with all artworks and excellent provenance is provided. Artlandish supplies the highest quality Kimberley and desert artworks with more than 500 paintings on display in their gallery and over 1,000 online. They offer aboriginal paintings on canvas, linen and bark, as well as didgeridoos, boomerangs and many other aboriginal artefacts and gift items. Specialising in the ochre Aboriginal Art of the East Kimberley, they also offer a huge range of Aboriginal Art from throughout Australia including Central/Western Desert, Utopia, Yuendumu and Arnhem Land regions. If you are visiting Kununurra please stop by and say hello and view their extensive collection or you can visit their virtual gallery online any time.