Red Hill Gallery

Red Hill

Red Hill Gallery is one of Brisbane’s most esteemed commercial galleries, which celebrated its 30 year anniversary in 2016 and boasts an impressive stable of leading Australian artists, many of them local.

Occupying a landmark converted weatherboard shop on Waterworks Road in Red Hill, the 3-level gallery hosts regular exhibitions which are well-attended by the Brisbane art community and is a great place to pick up some quality art from the source.

Red Hill Gallery

Amongst the 120 artists represented by the gallery are painters, sculptors, glass and ceramic artists and a handful of wearable art makers.

Red Hill Gallery

Red Hill Gallery is also the place to find limited edition prints from the likes of Charles Blackman, Arthur Boyd, Barbara Bennett and John Olsen.

Red Hill Gallery

61 Musgrave Rd

Red Hill

Opening Hours

3368 1442

Map

61 Musgrave Rd Red Hill

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