Braemar House & Gallery

Opened in 1988, Braemar Gallery 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.

104 Macquarie Road, Springwood, NSW 2777

Opening Hours
Thursday – Sunday | 10am – 4pm


Contact Braemar Gallery via Enquiries can also be made to Blue Mountains Cultural Centre on 02 4780 5410.


Exhibitions are selected via an annual application process. Applications are currently closed and the next call for submissions will commence in June 2018. The Application Form and Guidelines will be available for download at this time.

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


If you are interested in volunteering at Braemar Gallery, please read and complete the Volunteer Registration Form below.

Volunteer Registration Form


Summer Exposure
14 December 2017 – 21 January 2018

Summer Exposure is an exciting Braemar Gallery exhibition showcasing selected works from supporters of Braemar, including previous exhibiting artists and gallery volunteers. Works cover a range of mediums; oil, watercolour, acrylic and mixed media painting, sculpture, photography, drawing, textile, ceramic and more. Mark this date on your calendar as there is something for everyone in this exhibition.

Image: BRON NEWMAN Fields of Sunlight 2016, watercolour, 75 x 90 cm   


Glenice Ware
Moments on the Land
25 January – 18 February 2018

In her exhibition, Glenice Ware marks a celebration of her journey as an artist, her love of country and the strength of her connection to place.  

From time spent exploring country from the Blue Mountains to the western edge of NSW, Glenice’s works reveal the vistas and fine details of significant landmarks, the stories that have been uncovered and the colours and textures of the land.

On canvas, paper and in sculptural forms, these expressive pieces uniquely combine acrylic, ink, fibre, found materials, soils and stitching.  


GLENICE WARE Wanderers 2 (detail) 2017, ink, charcoal, soil on paper, 140 x 40 cm

Stephen Travers
Botanica Fragmented
25 January – 18 February 2018

The exhibition Botanica Fragmented reflects artist Stephen Travers fascination with the light, colour, textures, shapes, patterns and spirit of the Australian bush. To emphasise these elements, the painted image is framed similarly to a view through a window.  Without the familiarity of whole objects, the eye is compelled to roam the canvas, seeking meaning as it attempts to categorise and scale the visual fragment it sees. While the eye moves within the boundaries of the canvas, the mind can go beyond its edges, finding commonality with the individual elements of the painted image, evoking its own sensory experiences and memories of the Australian bush.

Image: STEPHEN TRAVERS Waratah Abundance 2017, oil on canvas, 61 x 91 cm

Bern Ferraz
Found in the Blue Mountains
25 January – 18 February 2018

Found in the Blue Mountains is a salute to old, discarded yet still beautiful, still useful objects that the artist finds in the homes and shops, and on footpaths of the Blue Mountains. Depicting old hand tools with beautiful wooden handles; old, well-read and well-loved books in people’s bookshelves; kitchen utensils still being used every day, Bern Ferraz shows respect for these items that have been around much longer than most of us have and gives them a “second life”. Using either soft pastel or oils on masonite board or paper, Ferraz employs traditional still life techniques.

Image: BERN FERRAZ Still Life with “Susie Ann” Billycan 2017, oil on Masonite board, 40 x 77 cm