Braemar Gallery will reopen on 6 August 2020.

Opened in 1988, Braemar Gallery is a community gallery, hosting changing exhibitions each month that showcase works of local and regional artists. Situated in the beautiful historic Braemar House, the gallery is a valuable community venue and a must-see for lovers of local art.


Laurent Rivory

6 August – 30 August 2020 

Steel is often described as being cold, hard and grey and is not normally associated with subjects such as life, dance and the female form.  In Ferrophilia, emerging sculptor Laurent Rivory uses the sumptuousness of waxed steel to explore these and other diverse subjects. Ferrophilia represents a collision between Cubist tendencies, a sensitivity to the provenance and innate aesthetics of  scrap steel, a soupçon of humour and Laurent Rivory’s commitment to an environmentally sustainable art practice.

IMAGE: LAURENT RIVORY Toro 2020, found steel, 96 x 110 cm

Marlene Jones
The Beauty of Sepia

6 August – 30 August 2020

The Beauty of Sepia showcases the beauty and soul within our natural world by removing colour and inviting closer interaction. Artist Marlene Jones uses sepia tones only, in a unique style of scumbling in oil paint, to draw the viewer in. It is Jones’ intention that by using this approach the viewer will experience and appreciate the paintings with a completely new perspective in consideration of our impact within the world and the importance of our coexistence.

IMAGE: MARLENE JONES Regal 2020, oil on canvas, 76 x 76 cm

Jean-Luc Batchelor
Digital Interplay

6 August – 30 August 2020

Digital Interplay experiments with a combination of traditional and contemporary technologies to produce captivating works. In response to the Digital Ecologies Lab run by TOOLO in partnership with the Blue Mountains City Council, Jean-Luc Batchelor explores the interpretation and display of data in creative works – pushing technology into mediums rarely partnered. The interplay and intertwining of digital art and traditional styles are inseparable – whether pieces are made by machines, communicated through machines, technologies’ presence is unavoidable. Digital Interplay creates a space where the interaction between art and technology is as overt in its display as it is in its formation. 

IMAGE: JEAN-LUC BATCHELOR Impulse 2020, laser cut ply with digispark board and RGB LEDs, 23 x 19 x 19 cm

Public Sculpture Program

Currently on display:

BLUE MOUNTAINS WOODTURNERS The Games Families Play 2020, turned timber, dimensions variable