Photography by Chantel Bann; Courtesy of Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre.
Sydney’s galleries showcase world-class art, providing innovative, educational, and multidisciplinary arts experiences to elevate the individual spirit and inspire community vitality.
Sydney’s art is a celebration that honours the rich cultural history of the city and of Australia.
What is created and exhibited shows what can be achieved when people can dream big and inspire others to create, connect, experience, and celebrate art in its many forms.
Sydney is indeed a creative and inspiring place and here is a collection of the galleries for you to investigate.
Open 10am to 6pmTuesday – Saturday. By appointment Sunday and Monday
” King Street Gallery on William is situated in the heart of the Sydney city arts district; within walking distance of the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Museum of Contemporary Art. The gallery has been in continuous operation since opening in the 1980s, on King Street in Newtown. The gallery represents many of Australia’s most prominent established artists including Elisabeth Cummings, Euan Macleod, Lucy Culliton, Ross Laurie, Idris Murphy, Jenny Sages, Paul Selwood, Wendy Sharpe and Guy Warren. King Street Gallery exhibits a number of mediums, including paintings, sculpture, works on paper and limited edition prints. King Street provides clients with expert advice in all areas of purchasing, conserving and collection management; King Street Gallery is registered to value artworks for the ATO Cultural Gifts Program.” KING STREET GALLERY ON WILLIAM
Open Tuesday to Friday 11am to 6pm. Saturday 11am to 4pm.
“Sabbia has become the premier gallery for the representation of Australia’s finest contemporary ceramic and glass artists. The gallery presents a comprehensive yearly exhibition schedule of both solo exhibitions of new work by its stable of artists, and curated group exhibitions, including the prestigious annual Masters of Glass and Masters of Ceramics exhibitions.” SABBIA GALLERY