Past Exhibitions

"Zizkov Frames and Mirrors"

Artist :  Susanne Kass

  14th -15th  January 2011



Margaret Keller Retrospective
  "Bark  Pictures and Watercolours"


Held 4.9.10 – 12.9.10


Jenny Weissel

paper stories from my land


June 5th - 6th


Regina Nazar

"Bush and Beach"
 Exhibition by our queen  artist  -  Regina Nazar

19.2.10  to 28.2.10

Harry Woodley
November 2009

celebrating Harry's 80th Birthday

 14th November
Sunday 22nd November

~more info~
Acrylic Exploration

"Roger Kinsky"

  Saturday  31st October  to 8th November 2009

  works of Voijtech Kinsky’s son


by Voijtech Kinsky
( newly acquired and
not shown before)

“Odds  and Sods”

 works of

Voijtech Kinsky

 Music, Asian and local art works.

August & September 2009

Barbara Burridge   creates ceramic sculptures, collages and pastel & ink drawings.  Barbara  studied Fine Arts at Gymea TAFE & held a joint exhibition at Arthouse Enmore.

Jan Bruen  works primarily with paint & inks, on both paper & canvas.  Jan, a member of Liverpool Fairfield Art Society, exhibited at the Liverpool Community Centre & Marconi Club.

Dianne Wheeler  trained as an Art Teacher. Dianne creates acrylic paintings on canvas and paper.

Michelle Jaques trained as an Art Teacher and exhibited at University of NSW and Arthouse Enmore.Michelle creates large dioramas using paper and collage, resulting in interesting three- dimensional  images.

Good Works

 "a joint exhibition featuring
the work
 of four local artists."

17.4.09 – 26.4.09

Barbara Burridge

Jan Bruen

Dianne Wheeler

Michelle Jaques



"Music, Buskers and all that Jazz"

the music - in - art  works


Lyn Mason - Norman,

the artist  - in residence

Held 31st Jan - 8th Feb 2009

Bundeena Art and Craft Group Exhibition

held 15th - 16th November 2008

The Bundeena Art & Crafts Group was formed over twenty years ago, to encourage members to become actively involved in Art and Crafts.

This exhibition highlighted some of the great work the group can produce. click on the link below for more photo's of the opening and details.


Local Images
by local Photographers

Photo Exhibition

held 20.9.08 to 28.9.08

Images by
Barbara Grocott
David Reeks
Graham Grocott
Berith Codner


Still Life II:
held 9.8.08 - 17.08.08 

An Exhibition of the life work of Amanda Marks.
           (1958 - 2007)

An exhibition, Still Life ll, dedicated to the life works of Amanda Marks.

Amanda Marks studied art at the University of Cape Town and at the College of Fine Arts in Sydney. After battling an illness, Amanda died at the end of last year.

At the opening of the exhibition,  Simon Pettit  paid tribute to Amanda and her work .
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Leily Da Silva

Leily Da Silva


14.6.08 - 27.06.08

This exhibition was be opened by Dr. M. Tohver, Honorary Consul General of the Republic of Estonia.

Leily Da Silva,  whose parents are from Estonia,   moved  to Bundeena and  joined the Bundeena Art and Crafts Group and was Secretary from 2004 to 2007. Her  paintings are often illustrative and occasionally macabre usually with a fantasy theme.

Her exhibition titled FANTASTY AND THE SEA, Leily explores though her art the importance of fantasy in our lives.
                                more info



19.04.08 - 27.4.08

Bronwyn Gault, a Sydney photographer, has had several photographs selected for the Australian Photographic Society inaugural National Photographic Competition in 2007.
Bronwyn also won the award for the Photographer of the year 2007 from the Foster Digital Photography Club. She is a superb photographer, someone who has always been interested in photography but has only seriously taken it up 2 years ago.

Bronwyn has spent 20 years living in Bundeena and thus is our first ex-pat artist.

Her first exhibition here was
 and I am sure you will feel the cold when you see the pictures.
                                more info


5.4.08 - 17.4.08

Lyn Mason -Norman  has produced a series of portraits of the self-sacrificing Bundeena residents

The opening


The Opening was well attended with over 60 friends, artists and locals present.  The art on display was greatly discussed.

For more images of the opening click here