Visiting a big city is a fantastic opportunity to visit Art Galleries and Brisbane is no exception, not only does the city offer the large Queensland Art Galleries there are also many unique and inspiring small galleries to discover.
Edwina Corlette Gallery encompasses works by 15 resident artists.
Located at: 2/555 Brunswick St New Farm
Red Sand is a well known and reputable dealer of fine Aboriginal Art, artists are predominantly from the Utopia Homelands in the regions surrounding Central Australia and Alice Springs.
At Red Sand Art Gallery you can see and buy authentic Australian Aboriginal artifacts, souvenirs, didgeridoos and art works by featured artists.
Located at: 27 Campbell St Paddington
William Robinson Gallery celebrates and honours the life and work of famous Australian artist William Robinson. The gallery features annual exhibitions of Robinson’s works which range from contemporary landscapes to still-life and portraits.
Born in 1936 he pursued a career in teaching which lead into the field of the arts. In 1988 he was awarded the Archibald Prize for portraiture and there after left teaching and followed a fulltime career as a professional artist.
William Robinson’s works are highly regarded and his first Archibald Prize certainly isn’t his last, at the age of 81 he continues to live and work in Brisbane.
Located at: Old Government House, QLD University, Brisbane CBD
Phillip Bacon Galleries opened in 1974, this well-established gallery exhibits many of Australia’s most celebrated and senior contemporary artists. Phillip Bacon Galleries are Brisbane’s leading commercial gallery and an integral part of Brisbane’s successful art scene.
Located at: 2 Arthur St Fortitude Valley
This is just a small selection of art galleries on offer in Brisbane. Immerse yourself in Brisbane’s flourishing art scene with an amazing array of galleries exhibiting local artists, emerging artists, and more.