Art at Linden Gate exhibits artists at all stages of their careers and using diverse mediums. Our exhibitions run for 6 weeks and can encompass the entire gallery or a room or the grounds. For details of how to exhibit in 2020 download the Flexible Exhibition Options or call Reggie for more information: 0418 851 819
Current & Upcoming exhibitions on HOME page.
SKIN by GEORGIA SIMITZIS
28 June - 5 August
31 May - 24 June 2019
Living in the Valley - Rose Hainal 19 April - 27 May 2019
Road Trip Impressions - Helen M White 19 April - 27 May 2019
Alexander Pinkster - Art for All of Us! 19 April - 27 May 2019
Craig Penny - The Travelling Artist
8 March - 15 April 2019
Plein Air paintings from recent travels to France, Greece and Cambodia
Art at Linden Gate hosts the Chinese Australian Contemporary Artists (CACA)
Celebrating the Years
11 January - 11 February 2019
BAI Xiao Yu, CAI Echo, FU Hong, HE Pei Pei, KUANG Zai, LI Yinghong, NONG Jiaxin, XIE Chaohui
The Chinese Australian Contemporary Artists is a group of artists who strive to bring two cultures together. CACA is not only about traditional Chinese art forms like ink painting, calligraphy and folk art. Born in China and raised in Australia, their unique experiences have helped them grow. With these links to eastern and western cultural perceptions, they come together to create new contemporary art. The members of CACA have been awarded many national art prizes over the last 20 years.
IN THE SHAPE OF THE MOON
23 November - 7 January 2019
Maitreyi Ray, Chaya Ray-Greig, Shaaron Smith & Jessica McConnell
An exhibition of works by four women artists whose artworks express the distinctly different phases of their lives while at the same time exploring the creative potentials of paint, clay, textiles and found objects.
Steels Creek Art Group - Celebrating 25 Years!
12 October - 19 November 2018
The Steels Creek Art Group started in the early 1990’s with 5 people who decided they would like to try painting as a hobby. Since then we have met weekly on Thursday afternoons to paint together. Numbers have varied over the years and currently there are 12 of us who meet fairly regularly, two of these are from the original 5.
Bill Proctor - Explorations a Retrospective
31 August - 8 October 2018
From early ventures into cubism, through to bright colourful heads, decorative nudes and geometric abstracts, this presentation of work illustrates the artist's continuing pursuit of beauty
Yarra Valley Arts Member Exhibition
29 June - 30 July 2018
Opening Saturday 30 June 2-4 pm
Hunt for the Wilder Pictures - Wildlife Art Society of Australasia
1 June - 25 June 2018
Congratulations to the Award winners!
Art at Linden Gate Best in Show - awarded to Emily Grundy (age 21) for portrait of Keith Richards, oil on perspex
Yering Station Exhibition in 2019 - awarded to - Emmerson Daniels (age 19) acrylic on canvas - below middle
Yarra Ranges Council Encouragement Award - Mia Pensa (age 15) - ink and gouache on paper
RACV People's Choice - Seven Eyes by Mia Pensa (age 15) - below right
Shades of Summer, Peter Flint
direct from Provence/Australia 6 April - 7 May
Based in the historic hilltop village of Villedieu, Provence for European summers and then returning to the Mornington Peninsula for our summer has inspired Peter Flint to paint!
The contrast of light and mood between the paintings from the two continents is fascinating -top row France, bottom Australia.
Anvil & Easel - Bev & Graeme Hardidge
2 March - 2 April 2018
Authentic Tiwi 2018
5 January - 26 February 2018 - sourced direct from the Tiwi Islands (north of Darwin).
Ernst Fries Sculpture 2018
5 January - 26 February 2018 Modern sculptures in stainless steel and often incorporating glass, granite or concrete.
7 November 2017 - 1 January 2018
Di King, Christine Cafarella-Pearce & John Thomas
Landscapes in oils and acrylics evoke memories of summer holidays along the coast, views of the Yarra Valley and travels across the Pilbara, Kimberly and central Australia.
Mount Lilydale Mercy College - 2017 VCE Studio Art
Support the next generation and buy a fabulous piece of art!!
20 October - 7 November -
Artists: Andrew Guisto, Ashleigh Sartori, Brooke Hurran, Emily Keegan, Emmerson Daniels (photo 1), Jaimie Upton, Jessie Lawlor, Maleah Klep (photo 4), Marlee Carter, Nicholas Birznieks (photo 2), Olivia Hawker, Sydney Reid, Thalia Hayes (photo 3).
Jenny Reddin - The Power of the Flower
Flowers are used to represent an emotional response to life events - death, birth, celebration, commiseration, joy. Floral tributes are a tangible representation of emotion; an expression of love, grief, shock and empathy. They are spontaneous and almost immediate. There is no planning or strategy involved, they evolve and grow without government intervention, planning permits or permission given. There are no rules or instructions about how to offer a tribute, they are a direct expression of the voice of the masses with more emotional power than any other means of mass communication. This series seeks to express the communicative power of a solitary bloom. It is not about the flowers themselves but about the emotional impact they impart.
29 September - 16 October 2017 - ONLY ON FOR 3 WEEKS!
The Music of Painting
18 August - 25 September 2017 Opening Sunday 20 August 2-4pm
Former architect Robert Doreian, believes that music, like biology and science, can be defined in modular numbers. As such, via musicians spanning Igor Stravinsky to Dave Brubeck to Philip Glass, ‘The Music of Painting’ explores the spaces between the notes. The rhythm. Drawing on art movements the Bauhaus and De Stijl as well as artist Paul Klee, a grid of squares underpins the musical alphabet upon which the artist's acrylic primary colours dance. Rather than a literal interpretation, the canvases reflect an emotional response to varied musical scores. Respectfully, experiments continue.
7 July - 14 August - Opening 9 July 2-4 pm
Supporting the Next Generation, local, aged 13-24 artists.
Giora Hoffmann 26 May - 3 July 2017
How we live today with the urban sprawl mixed with high rise buildings versus the surrounding environment which does not want to surrender. It’s not just the way we incorporate the trees, plants and other creatures into our lives. It’s about the harmony that we should have with it; the relationships between human dwellings and natural habitat.
Wanderings - 14 April - 22 May 2017
Ceramics by: Amanda Christians, Babette Bruders, Glenn England, Heather Thomas, Jenny Rowe, Julie Ayton, Juliet Widdows, Lee Goller, Lynne Lindsay & Sharon Twining
and mixed media by Lee Goller
The term “Wandering” implies movement, a journey. In my work I explore the contradictory elements inherent in my wandering, for a brief moment, through this complex, interesting and incomprehensible existence. My awareness of fragility and impermanence compete with wonderment, fascination and joy, both in the intensity of intimacy in relation to other beings, and in the intricacy and connectedness of everything in existence. The works are collage, mixed media and ceramics. They contain surreal and fragmented imagery and markmaking, The assorted characters represent fellow creatures, human and non-human through my personal interpretations of myth and fairy-tale. Lee Goller.
by Lesley Dickman & Sharman Feinberg
3 March - 10 April 2017
Lesley Dickman and Sharman Feinberg come from opposite sensibilities in presenting their exhibition 'Artefacts'.
Having studied Fine Art together at Monash University in the 1980's, they came out of the then popular Neo-Expressionist Movement where large canvases of luscious and sensuous paint were encouraged. This movement referenced the early 20th Century German Expressionist painters such as Ludwig Kirchner, Emile Nolde, Otto Dix and Max Beckmann who reacted to the social conditions around them including World War I. Other Expressionist artists such as Edvard Munch and Gabriel Munter depicted their own personal angst. Remnants of these influences are evident in Dickman's and Feinberg's work.
Ernst Fries & Friends - celebrating multiculturalism at its best!
6 January - 13 February 2017
Ernst Fries, Jenny Reddin, Margaret McLoughlin, Fu Hong, Echo Chai & Joke Frijlink
Artists from around the world now call Australia home and respond to their environment and personal concerns in unique ways! Sculpture, painting, drawing & alchemy!
Photo to Fibre
25 November - 2 January 2017
Michelle Hill, Lyn Pecchiar & Cora Petralito
Photo to Fibre introduces the work of three Melbourne artists, exhibiting together for the first time.
An exhibition incorporating photography and textiles, these works are the result of a challenge motivated by Michelle Hill’s keen eye for travel and street photography, exploring a diverse range of settings from street art to iconic landmarks and architecture.
Body Works by Studio 4 Artists Inc
Gathering regularly for Life Drawing sessions, Studio 4 Artists Inc present their latest collection of the beautiful human form.
14 October - 21 November 2016
Janette Bird, Marian Blank, Sharman Feinberg, Ivan Filsell, June furness, Julie Goodwin, Inga Harper, Patricia Hunt, Margaret McLoughlin, Dee Ross, Sandra Taylor and Bee Lee Thia.
Mount Lilydale Mercy College - VCE Studio Art 2016
One weekend only at Art at Linden Gate 899 Healesville-Yarra Glen Rd, Yarra Glen
26 August - 3 October
More details on YouthArt page
People's Choice will be announced after 3 October!
LIFE! John Sharp
15 July - 22 August 2016
Opened by Glen Holland - Director, Healesville Sanctuary at 3pm Sunday 17 July - kindly sponsored by Yarrawood Estate
John Sharp's art has won many awards, not least the Young Artist Award at the Yarra Glen Art Show 2015 where the prize is this exhibition at Art at Linden Gate gallery. Being a Zoologist John's linocuts and dry-point etchings are accurate but he still captures the subject's unique personality.
LIFE is a mix of endangered animals, Australian animals, birds and landscapes - limited edition prints all very well priced!
COLOUR! Joan Bell - One Year On!
3 June - 11 July 2016
An Art at Linden Gate discovery, Joan Bell is powering along creating large, colourful canvases!
Since her first exhibition where she used acrylic and inks to create organic, undersea worlds, Joan's work has become more structured and detailed but no less interesting! Oceanic themes still feature and are joined by floral excesses and her fun loving natures comes to the fore with her chatty birds!