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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Metal Urges
26 April– 20 May 2018

Metal Urges highlights the diversity of current practice of contemporary artists who work in metal casting and brings together a circle of National Art School Bronze Founders. Curated by Clara Hali this exhibition features the work of two local artists, Justin Morrissey and Clara Hali as well as Sydney based artists Elyssa Sykes-Smith, Lisa Tolcher, John Blakeney, Felix Feneley, Tom Parker and Fiona Watson. The artists all have a common passion and interest in casting metals and each artist is developing their own particular sculptural language.

Image: CLARA HALI Hilje 2014, bronze, corten steel, 155 x 50 x 50 cm

Rebecca Waterstone
Near and Far
26 April– 20 May 2018

This exhibition explores place, distance and the powerful presence of mountains, both in Australia (Blue Mountains), and Scotland (Highlands / Isle of Skye). These themes are investigated through distilled imagery and colour fields, sensory materials and found objects. Works are drawn from immersion in these landscapes and transposed into a series of meditative, minimal works. Mountains are metaphors for the anchoring of self in place. Works span various media, including painting photography and film. The pull that important places – and the people within them – have on the psyche, is universal and profound.

Image: REBECCA WATERSTONE Olympian Rock, Leura 2017, archival inkjet print on Canson Aquarelle Rag, 59.4 x 42 cm


Colour Run
24 May – 17 June 2018

Louise Blyton, Sarah Breen-Lovett, Fiona Davies, Anne Graham, Beata Geyer, Naomi Oliver, Tom Loveday and Margaret Roberts
Curated by Beata Geyer

Examining the relationship between colour, form and space, the site-responsive exhibition Colour Run focuses on the notion of colour as construct within a framework of broader historical and philosophical perspectives. The exhibition presents new works by contemporary visual artists across a range of media, including painting, photography, sculpture, installation and video.

Image: BEATA GEYER Rose Mountain 2018, installation detail, acrylic, MDF, dimensions variable