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Art Events2022-02-03T10:25:11+00:00
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ART.AND…

‘Discover Something New’


12-13/19-20 March 2022 

9am to 5pm

Our exciting, rescheduled art event is forging ahead and set to take place in March. Once again, this second event in the ART.AND series will take place over two weekends (March 12-13, 19-20 2022). This will enable visitors to comfortably attend our primarily outdoor event while enjoying meeting our artists and soaking up the magnificent range of artworks.

With COVID-19 restrictions easing, Australians are venturing out more and more locally. In this spirit of exploration, our new event will focus on the Australian spirit of discovery. The Arthouse Pavilion Gallery, nestled in its bushland paradise in Dural, Sydney, will showcase an eclectic collection of paintings, ceramics, photography, textiles, jewellery and sculptures – as well as hand-made and unique collectables in resin, wood, stainless steel and recycled materials.

The exhibition will bring together 14 contemporary artists from a range of disciplines celebrating their craft as part of a dual weekend art festival.

ART.AND… ‘Discover Something New’ will invite visitors to discover the beauty of this unique gallery setting and its’ surrounding outdoor exhibits. Attendees will also be able to purchase original and handmade pieces (over a thousand pieces from which to choose) directly from the artists on the day.

ART.AND… ‘Discover Something New’ will encourage visitors to embark on a personal journey of discovery where they can sign up for a range of art workshops (to be held after the event) to discover art techniques and skills from the artists exhibiting whose hands paint, hammer, twist, bend, fire, print, and weld. Attendees can learn to print cyanotypes or to carve a medieval wooden spoon, to hone their photography skills, learn how to hang a collage of paintings – and more!

Tickets are free. The event is a registered COVID-19 safe event. Visitors will be required to pre-register or register on the day to secure their free ticket to attend, wear a face mask and adhere to social distancing requirements.

Register now to secure your free tickets and save the date in your diary. For ticket holders who’ve previously registered when the event was scheduled to take place in September 2021, these tickets will be valid to use at the door for our March event.

 

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Frequently Asked Questions


What can visitors expect from this event?2022-02-07T02:33:55+00:00

The exhibition curators invite visitors to drive into our beautiful rural area in Sydney’s north to experience this unique environment and feast their eyes on a large range of unique and exciting artworks, free of charge. Our artworks are inspired by the astonishing colours, beauty and rhythm of nature and our Australian way of life which we are celebrating.With a unique location, visitors can soak up the atmosphere and beauty surrounding The Arthouse Pavilion Gallery while meeting the artists in person!
ART.AND … ‘Discover Something New’ will have well over a thousand artworks from a wide variety of disciplines for visitors to appreciate. The exhibition will showcase fourteen hand-picked artists who will showcase their collection of paintings, ceramics, textiles, jewellery and sculptures, in addition to fabulous artworks in glass, wood, stainless steel and recycled materials. Everything will be available to purchase.
The event will offer visitors the opportunity to enjoy an inspirational walk through one of the most beautiful properties in the area with its abundant gardens and breathtaking views over Cabbage Tree valley. Our photographer, Clare Oliver, will be clicking away so visitors can capture the moment while taking in the views, while our painter, Merilyn Chappel, who is also an interior designer, will be offering hanging assistance to visitors who wish to learn how to showcase their purchased paintings. In addition, several artists will be offering visitors the opportunity to design their own art pieces or to participate in workshops after the event to learn new skills in printing cyanotypes and carving timber.

Is this an outdoor event?2022-02-07T02:33:18+00:00

Yes this event will be primarily an outdoor and set up as a trail through the garden of a large rural property in Dural. Visitor numbers will still be controlled. Artists and visitors will be encouraged to wear face masks particularly when entering the gallery itself and exhibition tents.

If I registered for the September event which has now been cancelled and postponed to March, do I need to register again?2021-08-03T06:18:20+00:00

You will not need to re-register for the March event as your September tickets will be valid to attend any of the 4 days in March. Hold onto your ticket on the day. If you misplace your ticket, then a new ticket will be required. You can register in advance or on the day at the entrance to the gallery.

Is the gallery only open during events?2020-08-28T11:40:41+00:00

The gallery is open to the public throughout the year, but by appointment only

T: 0403 139448

E: thearthousepavilion@gmail.com

How can I find out more about future exhibitions at The Arthouse Pavilion Gallery?2020-07-29T04:49:31+00:00

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    Where will the exhibition be held?2020-07-29T06:19:47+00:00

    The exhibition will be held at The Arthouse Pavilion Gallery in Dural.

    25 Muraban Road Dural

    30 mins from Sydney CBD, 15 mins from Hornsby, 15 mins from the M2, 15 mins from Castle Hill.

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    What can visitors expect from the exhibition?2020-07-29T04:35:12+00:00

    The exhibition curators invite visitors to drive into our beautiful rural area in Sydney’s north to experience this unique environment and feast one’s eyes on a large range of unique and exciting artworks free of charge. Our artworks are inspired by the astonishing colours, beauty and rhythm of nature and our Australian way of life which we are celebrating.

    The exhibition will showcase seven hand-picked local artists who will showcase their collection of paintings, ceramics, screen printed textiles, jewellery and sculptures that embody the spirit of celebration.

    With a unique location, visitors can soak up the atmosphere and beauty surrounding The Arthouse Pavilion Gallery while meeting the artists in person!

    Is the artwork for sale?2020-07-29T04:34:26+00:00

    The exhibition offers visitors the opportunity to purchase original and handmade original pieces directly from the artists on the day while enjoying the country air and stunning views from the gallery.

    Do I need to purchase a ticket to attend?2021-06-13T18:32:56+00:00

    The exhibition will be free to attend.

    All visitors will be required to register to secure their free ticket to attend the exhibition. Visitors can pre-register HERE or register on the day on arrival at the gallery.

    Due to COVID-19 restrictions and in the spirit of social distancing, The Arthouse Pavilion Gallery will be limiting the number of visitors at any one time. The Gallery will also be recording the contact details of all visitors in compliance with the NSW’s governments Covid19 tracing requirements.

    The event being held over several days so there will be ample opportunities to welcome many visitors.

    When and what time will Art.And … ‘Discover Something New’ take place?2022-02-07T02:34:52+00:00

    The event will be open over two weekends these being Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th March, and Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th March. The event will commence each day at 9am and close at 5pm.

    Artists participating in the exhibition:

    Merilyn Chappel

    Vibrant watercolour and mixed media paintings.

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    Trish Fraunfelter

    Screen printed textiles and homewares

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    Jill Davis

    Original, hand crafted gold and silver jewellery

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    John Woulfe

    Award Winning Sculptor

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    Lisa Shepherd

    Textile designer and visual artist

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    Stuart Weir

    Carved sandstone and iron garden embellishments

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    Amanda Morters & Dennis Hicks

    Wearable and Usable Resin Art

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    Mack Calder

    Wood turner

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    Grace Levis

    Sydney based textiles and ceramics artist

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    Roy Davi

    Traditional woodcrafter

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    Louise Martiensen

    Porcelain Ceramic Artist

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    Jim Green

    Metal sculptor

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    Alex Barthel

    Glass Artist

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    Clare Oliver

    Photographer

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    Artists participating in the exhibition:

    Merilyn Chappel

    Vibrant watercolour and mixed media paintings.

    View More

    Trish Fraunfelter

    Screen printed textiles and homewares

    View More

    Jill Davis

    Original, hand crafted gold and silver jewellery

    View More

    John Woulfe

    Award Winning Sculptor

    View More

    Lisa Shepherd

    Textile designer and visual artist

    View More

    Stuart Weir

    Carved sandstone and iron garden embellishments

    View More

    Amanda Morters & Dennis Hicks

    Wearable and Usable Resin Art

    View More

    Mack Calder

    Wood turner

    View More

    Grace Levis

    Sydney based textiles and ceramics artist

    View More

    Roy Davi

    Traditional woodcrafter

    View More

    Louise Martiensen

    Porcelain Ceramic Artist

    View More

    Jim Green

    Metal sculptor

    View More

    Alex Barthel

    Glass Artist

    View More

    Clare Oliver

    Photographer

    View More

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