The galleries of Daylesford and surrounds offer reputable local and international art works side by side, making for a unique & memorable gallery experience.
From open studios, working artist sheds & artspaces through to the established fine art hubs of Daylesford, the gallery experiences to be had in this area are exemplary.
Daylesford benefits from a particularly high density of artists living in the area, ensuring that the overall standard of art on display exhibits the uniqueness and personality of the area.
We have a range of products such as Milkcrate/ Merbau Wooden seats or wooden table centre to terrariums to water features made from teapots and teacups and of course Indoor Plants. Come and explore our enchanting studio and shade house . Starting from end of May we are running Art and Craft workshops every Saturday for visitors to Daylesford to learn an artistic medium in a relaxed environment. . Like us on Facebook page or go to our website!!
Since 2013, the gallery has hosted an exciting and diverse program of exhibitions with a strong regional focus. We also proudly stock the work of over 30 established Australian makers and designers.
As a small commercial gallery, we strongly believe in the values of craft and community by supporting the work of both local and national artists. The space includes contemporary photography, ceramics, jewellery and other quality handmade pieces, offering an alternative to the mass-produced.
Ozkiva Vision Gallery
OZKIVA Vision Gallery - a boutique studio gallery specialising in Native American jewellery and Tribal jewellery from around the world. Browse our collection of handcrafted Native American Indian Jewellery, Mexican art, paintings, tribal art and artifacts, crystals, and beautiful exotic treasures. We're located on the "Upper East Side" of Daylesford - East St studios – just watch for our sign. Map here: http://www.ozkiva.com/visit/
Open: Weekends, Holidays, and by appointment.
Stony Creek Gallery
Stony Creek Gallery brings you a rare collection of contemporary original artworks from both local and Australian artists.
On arrival you will be overwhelmed with this amazingly beautiful gallery, free entry, and a complimentary glass of bubbles to unwind… relax, take a sip and enjoy every moment.
Stony Creek Gallery is an amazingly warm space filled with contemporary, original paintings (by resident artist, Michael Parker and soon to be reident artist, Linda Ward). Also enjoy our extraordinary range of ceramics, blown glass, timber works, jewellery, and sculptures by mostly regional and other Australian artists.
Set amongst picturesque bushland in rural Victoria, Stony Creek Gallery is the perfect choice for those looking for contemporary pieces for your new home, or just something to give your home an original and uplifting feel to it.
Paradiso Arts Gallery/ Workshop.
Unique handcrafted décor made in Daylesford.
Overwrought Sculpture Garden and Gallery
Overwrought have been producing unique Australian metalwork for over eight years and have recently opened their own sculpture garden and gallery. Their gardens feature rustic metal sculpture and the gallery showcases local and interstate artists.
Set on the plains of the Central Victorian potato growing district of Blampied, Overwrought offer the visitor a tranquil spot to sit by the pond and enjoy the ambience of the Australian countryside.
Only eight minutes from Daylesford, toward Ballarat. Overwrought are easy to find and have ample parking for cars, coaches and caravans. On your next visit make sure to meet the artists who create the beautiful work on display - and say hello to the friendly alpacas too.
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Clayspace is a not for profit organisation dedicated to providing inspiration and support for ceramic artists at all stages of their creative development in a nurturing communal environment. Members receive access to communal studio facilities, discount classes, workshops and artist floortalks.
By reinvigorating the awareness of the handmade and the promotion of local products, recognition is fostered that local produce refers not only to the food we eat but also the vessels and objects we use in our daily lives.
Nestled on the crest of Wombat Hill Botanical Gardens, over-looking Daylesford,
The Convent boasts expansive views of the countryside and township below.
A feast for the senses, the gallery is more than a three level haven of fine art
in an historic 19th century mansion.