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.

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Sally Coppard
Is There Still Life?
22 February – 25 March 2018

17th century still life paintings depicted both the bountifulness of creation and the fleetingness of time. Sally Coppard’s Is There Still Life? reinterprets this idea through paintings examining 21st century fears: has time ran out for the bountifulness of nature on our planet? Will there still be life? Following the loss of a loved one, the artist also looks at themes of loss and mortality from a personal level, asking herself the question: is there still life for me?

Coppard paints with oil, making some of her own paint, in dark, rich hues.



Image: SALLY COPPARD A Flutter 2017, oil on canvas, 92 x 92 cm


Blue Mountains Embroidery Group
Follow the Thread – A Textile Embroidery Connection
22 February – 25 March 2018

This exhibition showcases the skills and creativity of the Blue Mountains Embroidery Group. From the elegance of Japanese embroidery, to the beauty of traditional embroidery and the freedom of contemporary, experimental work, the exhibition includes historical items from the Embroiderers’ Guild NSW Inc.

Hand stitching is a meaningful, thoughtful and sustainable approach to creativity and reflects the yearning by people to be more mindful.

The Embroiderers’ Guild NSW Inc., encourages the art of embroidery with a high standard of design and technique.

Image: DIANA BARNES Blue Horizon 2014, layered organza with embroidery, 14.5 x 13 cm