Peter Maxwell Wright

A not to be missed superb exhibition with works by Peter Maxwell Wright featuring landscapes, seascapes, architectural and still life watercolours, along with handmade bushstick furniture Born in Launceston Peter grew up down the West Tamar at Sidmouth, on the family property “Glendale” which was part of the families orchard. Peter has painted all of [...]

Peter Maxwell Wright2019-03-25T11:53:06+11:00

Jake Mikoda

    When Blenheim Gallery and Garden participated at Melbourne International Flower and Garden Show this year the annual Sculptors Prize display was held in the gardens.  On viewing much to my delight apart from our exhibitor Lucy McEachern I fell upon another sculptor whose work was just outstanding. Following through the research I found that [...]

Jake Mikoda2018-12-02T23:04:23+11:00

Carlton Cox – Ink Excursion

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 [...]

Carlton Cox – Ink Excursion2018-02-28T22:45:55+11:00

Blooming Tasmania Flower and Garden Festival

A very big thank you to all who supported us at the Blooming Tasmania Flower and Garden Festival. The festival was held this weekend at the Albert Hall in Launceston. We enjoyed chatting with all of the wonderful people who visited our stand and we appreciated the support. It was a great opportunity for us [...]

Blooming Tasmania Flower and Garden Festival2017-09-26T22:21:22+10:00

Philip Wolfhagen in ‘Artist’s Garden’

In our 'Artist's Garden' exhibition there are two works by Philip Wolfhagen, who is an artist local to Longford and Blenheim Gallery & Garden. Philip's inspiration has come from a number of things - Tasmania's unique landscapes, the Western Tiers Central Plateau and the Skullbone Plains project where artists were invited by the Tasmanian Land Conservancy [...]

Philip Wolfhagen in ‘Artist’s Garden’2017-01-15T21:32:01+11:00

Woolmers Festival of the Roses

What a wild weekend! The Woolmers Festival of the Roses was held on Sunday 13th November, in howling wind and heavy rains. Safe to say the event was not what it could have been. They were hoping for around 7000 to better last year, but had approximately 500 in attendance, with many stall holders also [...]

Woolmers Festival of the Roses2016-11-23T12:08:20+11:00
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