The Gallery will be observing strict physical distancing and hygiene measures to protect the health of all visitors and staff and minimise the spread of COVID-19.
Our Creative Studios have reopened!
Please contact gallery for short term course availability and studio hire
W H A T ' S O N ...
WINTER SCHOOL HOLIDAY PROGRAM
6 - 17 July
Check out our jam packed program of painting, drawing, textiles and pottery classes for kids aged
5 - 12 years.
EXHIBITIONS OPENING THIS WEDNESDAY...
Image: Megan Jones, Hide and seek, 80 cms x 100 cms, 2019, Oil on poly cotton.
Confronting The Shadow
1 -25 July 2020
Artist Talk: 11 July 2020 11am
Megan Jones’ solo exhibition focuses on the effect of our actions on society and the environment, when we do not take sufficient responsibility for our behavior. The artist interprets the shadows within us and the world as causes for these effects. Jones’ investigation of the shadow is an active exploration of the dark side, to find the light; a way to try to understand what life is about; a means to conquer darkness, and then to integrate it with the light.
Abby Chambers, Untitled, Acrylic on Canvas, 2020
CURRENT ONLINE EXHIBITION
1 July -25 July 2020
Curated by Rachael Kiang and Joanna Williams
Featuring recent artworks by artists affiliated with Gallery Lane Cove - teachers and students of its Studios, Emergence is a group show that marks the end of our recent pandemic lockdown, new beginnings in its aftermath and the strength of community.
12 June - 31 August 2020
Ana Kondic. Arturo Herrera. Ashley Frost. Elena Stelzer. Elham Shafaei. Elizabeth Rankin. Gene Chen. Hannah Roach. Helen Grundy. Jan Cleveringa. Joe Karlovec. Juliette Quédec. Karyna Aslanova. Keven Kegler, Margaret Fitzgibbon. Mitko Karakolev. Natalie Tso. Nicola Privato. Rajib Bhattacharjee. Rhea Gupte. Rhonda Pryor. Salvatore Esposito. Teuta Pashnjari. Yoo Kyung Shin. Yukti Vishal Agarwal
Turning gendered semiotics and the genre works of domestic settings on its head, Shelter Domestics examines the unusual current situation of home life where boundaries of the private and the public are blurred and at times, interchanged. This exhibition features artists from across the world working with a mixture of mediums.