If you are heading to Kangaroo Island this Easter, we recommend that visiting one of our galleries, or attending an exhibition is on your itinerary. With several Exhibitions and galleries to choose from, there is something for everyone. There is even a sculpture trail for those who enjoy their art outdoors!
Sheps studio presents AFRICA dreaming ...A series of art and photographic works inspired by Africa by Gloria Holden, Jennifer Woodhouse & Phillipa Holden.
Opening with the Artists Thursday 18th April 4 - 7.30pm
Other Open Times Include:
19, 20, 22 April: 10am - 5pm
21, 23-28 April: 1-5pm
Exhibition concludes 28th April 2019
Shep Studio - 190A Bellmore Rd, Wisanger, (8 kms from Kingscote, off North Coast Road)
Something Old, Something New
'Something Old and Something New' is an exhibition open during the school holidays and Easter. It is an opportunity for our members to show some new work and also exhibit an old favourite.
For more information Ph 8553 1381, A/H Mobile: 0412 027 806.
ARTWORKS GALLERY, 5 Bessell Drive, Baudin Beach, Kangaroo Island
Washed Up and Brushed Up
An exhibition celebrating the innovative and creative talent in our community using reused, recycled, repurposed, found, discarded, rejected and ejected items.
The Gallery Kingscote
Murray St, Kingscote
Open everyday from 10am - 5pm Saturday 13th April - Friday 3rd May 2019.
For more information - contact Sara on 0467610275
Fine Art Kangaroo Island
Fine Art Kangaroo Island has been surprising and delighting art lovers around the world for more than a decade.
Step inside this gallery within sight of the Kingscote shoreline and prepare yourself for a unique introduction to the heart and soul of Kangaroo Island. Discovering such a remote island is the muse that draws many artists to her shores is an unexpected and pleasant surprise.
Works from award-winning established and emerging artists combine to create an exclusive blend of the very best artworks inspired by the Island and her way of life.
Beautifully displayed in this superbly renovated heritage building, the constantly changing collection is thoughtfully presented under the careful watch of gallery Curator, Fleur Peters.
Located in Dauncey St Kingscote, Fine Art Kangaroo Island is open Wed - Mon 10am - 5.00pm
MB Stonor Art Glass
A fine art glass gallery attached to Bernard Stonor's studio, exhibiting hand made glass art, including sculpture, marbles and jewellery.
The Gallery is situated 17 kilometres from the Penneshaw ferry terminal on the road to Kingscote, at 3532 Hog Bay Rd Pelican Lagoon and is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays except in June and July. The opening times are 10 am till 4 pm. Phone 8553 7383
Roo Lagoon Gallery
Roo Lagoon Red Gum Gallery is home for Jon Gloyne's red gum products. Jon takes old Kangaroo Island red gum timber and makes the range of exquisite functional red gum products. He has been working in his Kangaroo Island gallery for more than 15 years and welcomes visits to his gallery.
Located approximately 15 minutes by vehicle west of the township of Parndana, there are many interesting wooden products for sale in the redgum wood turning gallery. The gallery is opened daily from 10 - 4pm.
Kangaroo Island Sculputure Trail
The newly developed Kangaroo Island Sculpture Trail is now open and already welcoming and amazing visitors of all ages. Come and wander through the stunning trail built in a remarkable natural environment, located in the heart of the coastal village of Penneshaw. Explore the many surprises, scenic lookouts, ancient vegetation and the stunning ravine walls. Look for the ancient ghost tree, the resident kangaroos and wallabies, or just pause and reflect on one of the beautiful seats crafted from reclaimed timber from the Penneshaw jetty.
The trail is FREE TO USE and open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Trail markers with maps indicating your location are situated within the trail to help you select your route. A donation box is located at the entrance on Frenchman’s Terrace.
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