Braemar House & Gallery

Opened in 1988, Braemar Gallery, which is located in Braemar House, functions as a community gallery, hosting changing exhibitions that showcase works of local and regional artists. Situated in beautiful historic Braemar House, the gallery is a valuable community venue. Braemar has a particular interest in displaying works by local artists. Over time, the gallery has become well known for high standard art works of various mediums.

Please contact Braemar Gallery Exhibition Coordinator on if you have any queries regarding the exhibition program.

104 Macquarie Road, Springwood, NSW 2777

Opening Hours
Thursday – Sunday | 10am – 4pm


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Christine Stewart
Prince Albert and Prince George visit the Blue Mountains
19 January – 5 March 2017

Artist Christine Stewart was intrigued by the curious Blackheath street name “Inconstant”.  Discovering it was the name of one of the five ships that brought the young princes Albert and George (later George V) to Australia in 1881, she then found a fascinating Journal of that three year trip. The other ships were H.M.S. Bacchante, Carysfort, Cleopatra and Tourmaline – all streets in Blackheath. This trip has  inspired a series of paintings to be shown at Braemar Gallery.

Image: CHRISTINE STEWART The Princes write their daily Journal in some Unlikely Places 2016, oil on canvas, 60 cm x 79 cm


Kate Smith
19 January – 5 March 2017

Growing up in the Blue Mountains, Smith caught the train to school and, when older, into Sydney for work but can’t recall taking notice of the railway; commuting was just an unremarkable chore. Now Smith sees the trains as a great subject: they have a fascinating contradiction between beautiful precision and unattractive griminess.
Locomotion encourages the audience to take more notice of the ubiquitous, everyday things around them, as even a daily commute to work contains interesting moments. The drawings have been made with a range of material including charcoal, ink watercolour, graphite, pastel and coloured pencil.

Image: KATE SMITH Train Study (detail) 2016, mixed media on paper, 59 cm x 84 cm