2021 Autumn in Blenheim Garden Autumn has arrived in Tasmania beautiful with foliage colours and lush green grass it has been an exceptional summer and now the mornings have dew and chill. Trees are turning their beautiful colours and the yellows or the ash trees in contrast to the liquid amber trees and our magnificent [...]
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EVE HOWARD AND PAMELA JONES Natural Affinity- A Sense of Place A beautiful exhibition of Pamela Jones and Eve Howard’s works who live quite close to each other on the Forestier Peninsula in Southern Tasmania. They enjoy and share the flora and fauna in the natural world and their works sit well together. In this [...]
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Dawn Oakford Liz Russell-Arnot 2021 another year at Blenheim Gallery with a full year exhibition program in place. Reflecting on the last exhibition for 2020, which was held during November and early December the results of the exhibition with Liz Russell-Arnot, Dawn Oakford and Anita Denholm was very pleasing. The balance between the artists was [...]
Matthew Sloane Horse, (Life size) Scrap metal 230cm x 180cm x 120 cm What a horse! It has been I have to say a greatly admired work at Blenheim Gallery during an exhibition of sculptural works by Matthew Sloane, where by hundreds of people have come to view this magic work. As this wonderful piece [...]
11 – 31 October 2020 Our Own Path David Marsden and Jane Giblin We are very pleased with Our Own Path exhibition which has now been hung and ready to open this coming weekend. Collectively David and Jane’s works sit well together and to see a body of each other’s work is also essential to [...]
Spring has arrived early at Blenheim Garden this year and everything is bursting with fresh foliage, beautiful blossom and the magnolia’s and daffodils are looking exceptionally healthy. The rows of daffodils I think have emerged a good ten days earlier than other years even though our out earlier. The beds are being mulched and the [...]
It is crunch time in the garden to prepare for the coming spring pruning is well down the track and we are now looking to plantings of perennials for colour and life in the garden. This season has seen 2 dozen new roses go into beds, some replacing old roses that have not flourished, but [...]
During Covid 19 and this winter period Blenheim Gallery is available by appointment so as not to disappoint our artists and our customers. At the beginning of September our exhibition line up through to the end of the year will provide some marvellous opportunities and we are very excited about them. Our Online Exhibition is [...]
2020 autumn has arrived in Tasmania in all its glory and it has been so beautiful with foliage colours outstanding to almost dazzling. Blenheim Garden is large in style covering ten acres and has magnificent trees, but up to this point under plantings have been scant and I am finding it is something to think [...]