All are welcome to attend Burra Gallery's first exhibition for 2015 - "Artists of Note" - Gerhard Ritter and Alan Ramachandran in the Main Gallery and Annex, and Gerald Moore in the Bence Room. All three are popular and talented "artists of note", much in demand as teachers of drawing and painting in a diverse range of mediums. To enhance the theme even further, baritone Bruce Donald will perform at the opening at 5.30pm Saturday 14 February.
Burra Regional Art Gallery is pleased to offer this special opportunity to see two skilled Artists demonstrate their craft...Saturday February 14 The gallery is closed until February 12 to give our hard working volunteers a summer break. You can book your place at the demonstration anytime at brag@burragallery, with only 30 places available and at $10 per ticket be quick Following the 2 hour demonstrations by Gerhard Ritter and Alan Ramachandran the art celebration keeps on with the opening of "Artists of Note" at 5.30pm - free entry
From Wall to Wall 27 November to 24 December 2014 - A SALES SPREE OF PRE LOVED WORKS FROM WALL AND STORE ROOM - Showing a marvellous mix of 2D image-making techniques, this is a stimulating exhibition and fundraiser for the gallery. When it comes to the point, “the books must balance”. However, this intriguing display of artworks is the best surprise of all.
A WALK AROUND THE GALLERY WITH CARMINE AND BJ Having the two categories – traditional and alternative – presents a judging challenge for works that could belong in either category. As most of the work submitted is traditional, having an alternative prize represents a good opportunity for those entering this category: something for artists to […]
Tough(er) love is not a survey or thematic exhibition of art from Eyre Peninsula. It is the end result of a curatorial process which supported each artist in critiquing and extending their practice. From the perspective of the curator and artists it is this element of critical evaluation and support that mattered above all. - John Neylon
To allude is to make a more or less indirect reference to a person place or event; to connote or hint at an experience. Once alluded the viewer makes their own personal connection generating new meanings, the nature of which cannot be predetermined by the artist. In Allude Janice Lane and Simon Smith explore […]
Burra Gallery’s On Identity – what makes us tick, what turns us on? The major questions of our time deftly sidestepped with hints, innuendo and supposition by some remarkable artists. Lisa Smedley’s “Bum Titty Bum” is showing in the Annex of Burra Regional Art Gallery, together with Russell Philip’s “By the Side of the Road”. […]
A celebration of women's creative endeavours PAINTINGS - PORCELAIN - BASKETRY - STITCHERY - MOSAICS - GIFTS - PHOTOGRAPHY Beautiful, inspiring, food for thought, one-off art to surprise and delight!
I was in at the very beginning of the Burra Regional Art Gallery organising the volunteer roster and helping curate and hang local artists’ work there. I still exhibit my work there and have had work in galleries in Adelaide. I’m still on the volunteer roster for the Burra Art Gallery and now also volunteer as a tutor in Watercolour for the U3A in Burra. I paint mainly in watercolour, pastel and mixed media, and have won awards in each of these media. My subjects are mainly flowers, people, landscape and occasionally portraits.
Luminous colour, uplifting mood and a bit of ‘splash’.
Although a lover of art history and drawing, I feel a need to move away from strict realism to create more dynamic levels of meaning. Art intrigues me when it draws out emotion, leaves space for imagination and is unexpected!
Come to the Goyder Region (just next door to Clare Valley) and visit the heritage mining town of Burra. Hidden away in its own little cup-shaped valley, the town’s pride and joy is the Burra Regional Art Gallery. See if you agree with us, that, outside the big centres, this is one of the best small regional galleries in Australia.
The town’s artists are just plain lucky, having such a wonderful asset. We flock to the openings (read “parties”), celebrations of our creative impulses and the unique culture that inevitably arises in a town this isolated. The gallery is in demand with artists further away too, and with a lively and committed gallery committee to keep the ball rolling (and the paint flowing) this volunteer manned and managed gallery is open Tuesday to Sunday. Hours 1 – 4pm.