The gallery is undergoing a restructure and some renovations so the 2018 program has not commenced as yet. Old buildings need some tender loving care from time to time. Thank you for your patience.Read More
Gallery is currently closed.
Wishing you a safe and happy holiday and a bright and positive new year for us all. See you in 2018
The last show for 2017: Tim Bučković and Jethro Harcourt an exhibition
Tim Bučković and Jethro Harcourt studied Honours in Fine Art together in 2014. Tim makes paintings and Jethro creates sculptures. The works they are presenting in this exhibition, talk about landscape, representation and abstraction. They first exhibited together at Fontanelle in Adelaide in 2016.
Image: Black ware by Jethro HarcourtRead More
We had a great opening celebrate on Sunday 6 August from 2-5pm.
Open to the public from 4 August and continuing until 25 September 2017. Gallery Hrs: Sat, Sun, 11-5pm
In this sculpture exhibition, John explores the nostalgia of childhood memories. He deliberately created the works to be oversized, creating a feeling of wonder and excitement, recreating the emotion a child would feel in the presence of a new toy. He hopes these works will evoke a playful memory for everyone who sees them.
Image: Let Go Man 2016, 150 High by 93 wide by 46 Deep Timber and Paint.Read More
Place in the Crowd is open to the public from 5 May and continues to 26 June 2017
You are invited to join the artists at the opening event, Sunday 7 May at 2-5pm.
Nadine is an artist whose paintings invite us to question what it is to live in a world of rapid change and navigate through the confusion and intrigue of life. Her art deals with conformity, disconnections, alienation and the general sense of ignorance that society flaunts when panic stricken or stupidity reigns.
Image Detail: The Players oil on canvas 90x90cmRead More
You are invited to the opening event Saturday 11 March at 2-5pm
Open to the public from 3 March and continues to 1 May 2017
Paz Velasco: Gestos (Gesture) photographs are returning home to the place they were conceived. It is a great joy to be able to exhibit the 10 large format photographs that were created in the small space of the Janina Suite, mezzanine studio.Read More
You are invited to the Pop Up Exhibition by Matěj Hájek and Bet Orten. Come join the celebration Sat 18 Feb 2-5pm.
Bet and Matěj Hájek are based in Prague and are currently artists in residence in the Garden Studio with their young son Vincent. The exhibition is on the last weekend of their residency and is of works produced during their stay.
The artistic dynamic duo consisting of sculptor Matěj Hájek and photographer Bet Orten combines their creative forces. Their respective work has been increasingly interweaving for the last three years.Read More
Welcome to our first exhibition for 2017
You are warmly invited to join the artist, Shelley McDermott, to celebrate the opening of her exhibition on Sunday 15th of January 2-5pm. Exhibition Continues until the end of February.
“Your visions will become clear only when you can look into your own heart. Who looks outside, dreams; who looks inside, awakes.” – Carl Jung
In Dreaming Awake, Shelley McDermott searches for moments of the sublime amid the challenges of everyday life. McDermott references a range of locations in her photographs, primarily her property in Gippsland, as well as other sites within Victoria and interstate.Read More
Welcome to William Young's Landscapes. An imagined soulful world that can have its playful moments.
Open to the public from September 30 with the opening celebration on the Sunday October 16 @ 2-5pm.
Exhibition continues 'till November 28.
Young’s landscape paintings should not to be read literally. Although the rolling hills with the dominating cypress pines have a familiarity and you feel comfortably that you are in Gippsland these paintings are not meant to be a specific geographical place. The artist has drawn on his surrounds to explore an internal landscape; a state of mind and a commentary on our environment.Read More
You are invited to join the artist and celebrate the opening of the exhibition Sunday 7th August @ 2pm - 5pm
The Artists Bar will be operating.
The contrariety of beauty and ugliness, tenderness and fear, desire and anxiety runs through all of Pezaloom’s work, challenging ideas of the body in art, cognitive functionality, notions of the erotic, and systems of control. Since being diagnosed with early-onset Parkinson’s Disease, his work in visual and sound art has mostly been driven by an exploration of the physical and mental symptoms of his illness, even using these symptoms as tools to create his own distinctive style of artistic expression.Read More
It's cold out there so we are taking a winter break and the Art Space Gallery will be closed for July. We re-open in August. Hope you are keeping warm over the chilly winter!
Free showing of “Anchor”, a collaboratively choreographed work by performers from Heyfield’s Body and Soul Dance Studio, directed by Joséphine A. Garibaldi and Paul Zmolek, artist in residence at Cowwarr Art Space. Also on exhibit will be video, sound and visual art works created by Garibaldi and Zmolek during their month-long residency.
Image: Curtesy of Laura Poole ABC Gippsland
You are invited to spend an afternoon in Clive Murray-White’s Australian Marble Studio. Clive is a significant Australian sculptor with work in the National Gallery of Victoria and most major Galleries. Participants will gain an insight into his creative process and some hands on experince.
Sunday 22 May 2-5pm Bookings essential and sensible shoes and studio clothing advised.
Contact: email@example.com or T: 0351489321 or M: 0409828226
This is part of Wellington's Creative Gippsland Come and Play with us in May ProgramRead More
An evolving sculpture project by Clive Murray-White in the Cowwarr Art Space Water Garden exploring new ways of wishing.
Be a participant by adding a ribbon or leave a message on the I Wish I Want I Need banners.
This is part of Wellington's Creative Gippsland Come and play with us in May, a Gippsland wide celebration of the region’s creativity in all forms of art.
You are invited to join us to celebrate on Friday March 11 @ 6:30pm - 8:00 pm
Rebecca Gell, through the reinterpretation of iconic artworks from the "Golden Summer", Rebecca explores gender roles and the insidiousness of contemporary technology in our lives. Originally from Melbourne, Rebecca found the transition to regional life had a few surprises in the roles that many women face in Regional areas and their unrecognised capabilities. A somewhat tongue in cheek use of imagery and art references.
Image: Shearing of the Ram (after Roberts) 60x40cm Archival pigment ink on paper.
Exhibition: March 4 - May 16, 2016
Gallery Open: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday 11am-5pm
Curated by Claire Marston Assistant Gallery Manager Cowwarr Art Space
You're Invited For One Night Only
To Experience The String Contingent
Wednesday 16th March at 7:30-10pm
Bookings Online or at the Door $25 Under 16 $15
Reserved seating for early bookings
Doors open at 7:30 for the Artists Bar and our Great Coffee
The String Contingent are touring around NSW and VIC, and we are excited to be part of that tour and to welcome them back. They will be performing a program of old favourites and new work that they have been developing during their road trips and recent Four Winds Residency in Bermagui NSW this January.
The String Contingent’s live performances are a joyful combination of precision, refinement and beauty, balanced with visceral energy and drive. They share the stories of their music with an engaging and honest enthusiasm, allowing audiences to enter a rich musical world and take a journey to somewhere new and yet familiar. Hope you can join us.
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Young Australian Italian Gippsland Artist, Ariana Bakker explores her culture through a set of very personal domestic images in this her first solo exhibition.
Ariana is curious about the contrasts of the behaviour of youth in contemporary social culture, suggesting that our perceptions of what it means to socialise and be productive has changed over the years through various interventions and shifting priorities.Read More
Wishing you all the happiness and joy of the season. We look forward to greeting you in the new year and we thank you for your support throughout 2015. This smiley crew above were our artists-in-residence (and partners) for 2015. It was a great year for the Cowwarr Art Space and we look forward to an exciting 2016. Carolyn and Clive.
Visiting Paradise is an invitational exhibition involving the 2015 Cowwarr Art Space Artists-in-Residence.
Kenny Pittock, Leah Margaret Brown, Hartmut Veit, Leanora Olmi, Kiera Brew Kurec, Abigail Hart, Sukjin Choi, Shae Rooke, Audrey El-Osta, Cassandra Ferguson, Jordan Wood, Deb Bain-King, Georgie Mattingley, Claire Marston, Megan Cousins, Bill Young, Clive Murray-White.Read More