While we may not be able to enjoy beautiful works of art in person just yet, some of the galleries in Braidwood, Bungendore and Queanbeyan are showcasing incredible artwork currently available for viewing and purchase through their online galleries.
Step inside a virtual world of art and explore the compelling exhibitions of emerging and established artists from Bungendore Fine Art, Bungendore Wood Works Gallery, Studio Altenburg, Suki & Hugh Gallery and Queanbeyan Art Society.
Bungendore Fine Art is a friendly local gallery owned and operated by eight artists showcasing a changing display of paintings ranging from large works to miniatures and monthly exhibitions featuring guest artists.
The gallery’s wide range of works can also be viewed online.
For more information, see the Bungendore Fine Art website.
Bungendore Wood Works Gallery specialises in exhibiting and promoting Australian made wood art, sculpture, craft and contemporary furniture of a very high standard from the country’s foremost designer makers in wood.
Bungendore Wood Works Gallery’s online shop features a wide variety of exceptional, affordable and functional homewares, exclusive in-house designed giftware and creative wooden artworks. You can also view their current exhibition, ‘Quiet Nature’ by Allan Baptist and Caroline Deeble online.
Browse the online shop and current exhibition on the Bungendore Wood Works Gallery website.
Housed in a heritage-listed building in Braidwood, Studio Altenburg is a family business specialising in beautiful art and great design. Their regular exhibition programme of works from local emerging and professional artists are showcased in Gallery 1 and Gallery 2.
From 17th September to 9th October, Studio Altenburg will showcase their spring exhibitions online. The two exhibitions available will include paintings by Lizzie Hall and woodcuts by John Pratt. The purchased artworks can be delivered securely nationwide.
Find out more through the Studio Altenburg website.
Suki & Hugh Gallery features an exhibition program of exciting emerging and established artists. Specialising in visual arts with a focus on glass, ceramics, painting and works on paper, the gallery has a growing reputation for hosting inspiring and compelling exhibitions.
Available from 11th September, Isobel Rayson’s solo exhibition takes centre stage at Suki & Hugh Gallery. A preview of the virtual walkthrough can be enjoyed via their website which also has a range of other artwork available for purchase.
Take a virtual tour through the gallery and the latest exhibition through the Suki & Hugh website.
The Queanbeyan Art Society is an active and vibrant non-profit organisation that aims to promote and support the visual arts and artists in Queanbeyan, Canberra and the local region.
The Queanbeyan Art Society has a huge collection of artworks for sale from the August Queanbeyan Leagues Club Exhibition 2021.
View the available artworks on the Queanbeyan Art Society website.