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.

Address
104 Macquarie Road, Springwood, NSW 2777

Opening Hours
Thursday – Sunday | 10am – 4pm

FREE ADMISSION


EXHIBITING YOUR WORK

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:
email: braemargallery@gmail.com

Summer Exposure 2017

Braemar Gallery will be taking submissions for the annual community exhibition Summer Exposure. All supporters of Braemar Gallery are invited to submit artworks, to be exhibited from 14 December 2017 – 21 January 2018. Exhibited artworks will be selected by the Braemar Gallery Management Committee. Please download the form below for further information and instructions on how to submit an artwork:

Summer Exposure Entry Form


Volunteering

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

Volunteer Registration Form


EXHIBITIONS

Michael Ripoll & Jude Skeers
Something – Nothing
16 November – 10 December 2017

Something – Nothing is a two person exhibition exploring the spaces between – the relationships between what is there and what is not – how things change under a different light and how what we choose to focus on changes everything. Jude Skeers works with reflective yarn, wire and Perspex to create circular, cube, dodecahedron, tetrahedron and teardrop webs using the ancient technique of handknitting. Michael Ripoll simply cuts paper, relying solely on positive and negative spaces. The paper left uncut and the empty space around it allows the external background to intrude or confuse.

Image: MICHAEL RIPOLL Something is happening here…. 2016, paper cut from Arches paper, 54 x 73 cm


Rachael Honnery & Katherine Kennedy
Collectables: A New Nostalgia
16 November – 10 December 2017

KATHERINE KENNEDY Abandon Photographic Series #7 2016, on Archers Velin Rag paper, 17 x 30 cm

The University of New South Wales’ Research Station Fowlers Gap near Broken Hill, NSW has become a meeting place for visual artists, writers, scientists and more. For many, Fowlers Gap means arid-desert research and landscape investigation. Rachel Honnery and Katherine Kennedy met during the 2016 Fowlers Gap, UNSW Art and Design Residency. Collectables: A New Nostalgia is an exhibition of works arising from their outback studies. This multiple disciplinary exhibition will include works on paper, found objects, video and sculpture.

Image: KATHERINE KENNEDY Abandon Photographic Series #7 2016, digital print on Archers Velin Rag paper, 17 x 30 cm