blush retail gallery
The gallery is situated in a beautiful heritage building on the main street of Albany, in the heart of the pristine south coast of Western Australia. The building has recently been refurbished, and features a new light filled contemporary showroom.
We showcase stunning new handpicked art collections, from local and visiting artists, and like to keep quality and diversity as our vision. Our ever changing artworks are available for sale.
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Southcoast Wood Gallery
As the Great Southern region’s largest showcase of fine woodwork. A must-see destination visitors.
WoodWorks is recognised as one of the finest woodwork galleries in Australia and features unique works by nationally and internationally renowned local craftspeople.
137 York Street, Albany WA 6330
(Lower York Street near Stirling Terrace)
50750 South Coast Highway
Youngs Siding WA 6330
(35km West of Albany towards Denmark)
PH +61 08 9845 2028
Rustlers Art Gallery
Rustlers Art Gallery is above their fabulous Steakhouse restaurant at 222 Stirling Terrace Albany WA
Call to find out what's on or visit the website, click on this link.
Vancouver Arts Centre
Regular exhibitions featuring local and national artists are held at the Vancouver Arts Centre.
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85 Vancouver St, Albany WA 6330
(08) 6280 3740
Moombaki Art & Wood
The Moombaki Winery Cellar Door showcases a locally inspired artworks by Melissa Boughey who has been selected as a finalist in a number of national shows. Also featured at the gallery is sculptural wood work by Tony Docherty. Simple turned spoons & boards to large organic-shaped bowls & objects. David Britten works on his beautiful Marri tables in the nearby workshop from time to time.
Open 7 days 11am - 5pm
Halfway between Denmark and Walpole
341 Parker Rd
Kentdale WA 6333
Meleah Farrell Gallery
In my art, I like to see the ‘special’ in the ‘everyday’. I create abstract forms of expression that challenge our perceptions & expectations of the visual world. I invite you to visit my Torbay gallery (set in lush bushland) for limited framed prints, stone coasters & wall hangings, jewellery, cards, tea-towels & more!
Directions: Lower Denmark rd from Albany, left at Cosy Corner rd, right at Coombes rd, follow signs to studio.
PH 08 9845 1594
Butter Factory Studios - Denmark
A group of accomplished local artists have collaborated to create a continuous exhibition that will inspire any visitor. Their work is represented in painting, drawing, mixed media, sculpture, ceramics and more. Artist studio space is also on show at the venue.
Open Wed-Mon 10am-4pm (open Tuesdays during summer and at Easter)
(only 35 minutes drive from Albany)
10-12 Mount Shadforth Road, Denmark WA 6333
(alongside Mrs Jones Cafe)
Showcasing artworks by Sandy Carter and June Smith. Step inside & you will find an eclectic body of vibrant abstracts, colourful florals & landscapes. June “the poppy lady” paints large flowers, gorgeous landscapes, still life and horses in oils or acrylics. Sandy is a watercolourist and acrylic painter, known for her waterscapes, flowers & vibrant abstracts.
(only 35 mins drive from Albany)
18 Hollings Road, Denmark WA 6333 (opp Denmark River)
PH 08 948 1630
Creative Spaces Pop Up Gallery
The WA Museum, Albany hosts exhibitions of local artists' work in a refurbished building alongside the Residency Museum. Call the Museum to find out what exhibition is currently showing.
Albany WA 6330
PH 08 9841 4844
(Pictured with her work of a previous Pop-Up exhibition is artist Tash Rolfe)
Our rustic gallery is located in the heart of Denmark, opposite the river. Offering a diverse selection of paintings by eleven local artists using watercolour, oil, acrylic, pencil, pastel, encaustic wax and mixed media. also gifts, nuno felted pure silk garments, glass works, timber tables, woodwork, colourful bags.
Open daily 10am-4pm
PH 0408 439 781
Gallery 2 - Denmark
Visit Gallery 2 to view the work of renowned Australian landscape artist, Michael Cartwright. “I often travel through the local countryside with paints and easel in search of old farm houses, mill homes, trees or rivers scenes. The ever-changing mood of the seascape is another favorite subject.”
(only 35 minutes drive from Albany)
Gallery 2, Palm Court (next to Bank West)
69 Strickland Street, Denmark WA 6330
PH 08 98481281
MOB 0413 167 451