Lauren Black Lauren Black’s work as a participant in our exhibition “2018 - Some of my bush friends in Tasmania : native flowers, berries and insects” takes inspiration from Louisa Anne Meredith artworks. Lauren is recognised as a leading figure in botanical art in Tasmania. Born in Ballarat, Victoria in 1971, she began her study [...]
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Exclusive event for QVMAG Friends A Night with the Stars Hosted by Blenheim Gallery and Garden This QVMAG Friends Night will be a wonderful opportunity to marvel at the Midlands night sky amid the gardens of beautiful Blenheim. Come and spend an evening in rural Tasmania with Martin George, who has this year received the [...]
We are preparing for a huge end to the year for Blenheim Gallery and Garden with a number of garden groups booked to view the garden during its spring peak through to the end of the year. We also have a number of exhibitions which will be carried out during this period so please view [...]
The last two months have been spent travelling in Spain, Morocco then Stephen and I travelled further in Spain through France to Paris. We joined a small group tour in Barcelona led by Kim Woods Rabbidge who is a writer and photographer for a number of garden publications. Kim also guides for Opulent Journeys, which [...]
We are very lucky to be able to show works by Australian artist Wendy Edwards. Two current works on display at the Melbourne Flower and Garden Festival are Hettie, a ceramic, steel and rock sculpture of a bird and Mad Hare, a ceramic, steel and wood hare sculpture.
We are very pleased to announce we have a new sculptural work of Lucy Mceachern’s that has just arrived. A limited edition Blue Wren 1 which is already nearly sold out. This dear little Blue Wren 1 cast in bronze is in an edition of 14- not to be missed! Price: $2500
Carlton Cox Ink Excursion March 2 to 28 March 2018 Carlton Cox’s new linocuts are on display at Blenheim Gallery and this exhibition is the culmination of 25 years of printmaking and refining Carlton’s expertise with the linocut medium. Carlton initially studied printmaking in Launceston with Denise Campbell and through workshops and private tuition, developed [...]
Gene McLaren pieces currently on display at Blenheim Gallery and Garden. gene McLaren current catalogue
Lucy Mceachern's catalogue of works on display
We would like to thank all those people who have visited and supported Blenheim Gallery and Garden during 2017. The year is closing and we would like to express our gratitude for what has been a marvellous year in many ways. The garden has received great notice throughout the year and an article in The [...]