Events & Exhibitions


Events & Exhibitions

Tasmania: the Hidden Treasures of our Land and the Colourful Ethnicity of our People

An exhibition featuring abstract ceramic wall art by John Snedden is at Windsor Gallery, Riverside Community Precinct (6th June – 1st July 2022).

Past Exhibitions

Into the Bushland, Come With Us – June, 2022

An exhibition exploring the natural environment by Christine Davson-Galle and Gaynor Peaty.

Tamar Treasures – April, 2022

An exhibition featuring paintings of the Tamar Estuary by Anita Parker.

Unmasked – March, 2022

An exhibition featuring drawings of the human form, animals and colourful interpretations of scenery by Carol Lucas.

A Naïve and Surrealist Journey – February, 2022

An exhibition of paintings, glass and ceramics by Victoria Jansen-Riley.

Drawn Out – A Year’s Work on Paper – December, 2021 to January 2022

An exhibition of drawings by Bruce Penn.

Mountains to the Sea (Light and Shadow) – November, 2021

An exhibition of paintings by Jammuna Bond.

Ageing Outrageously – October, 2021

An exhibition of the work of 22 West Tamar Arts Group artists exploring individual interpretations of the concept of “Ageing Outrageously”.

Trapped and Free – September, 2021

A joint exhibition of paintings by Alice Kaushal and Shija Mathew.

Earthly Delights – August, 2021

An exhibition of “one-off” digital photographic works by Suellen Bayly, as well as collagraph and linocut prints by Julie Irvin – exploring individual interpretations of the natural environment.

My Tasmanian Experience – July, 2021

An exhibition of paintings and drawings  using inks, pastels, watercolour and gouche by Susan Leaver.

Post Covid, Zest for Life – Emotions in Clay – June, 2021

An exhibition of ceramic works by John Snedden.

Embodying Nature – May, 2021

An exhibition of work by Lisa De Boer.

Islands in Lockdown – March, 2021

An exhibition of paintings by Alene Kieser.

Ink Lines – February, 2021

An exhibition of paintings by Maria La Grue.

On the Walls – December, 2020 to January, 2021

An exhibition of photographs by Anne O’Connor and string designs by Anne Young.

Plethora of Images – November, 2020

An exhibition of paintings by Trudy Meijer, Bruce Penn, Carol Lucas, Victoria Jansen-Riley and Merril Thompson.

Moments of Colour and Texture – October, 2020

An exhibition of landscapes by Carol Lucas and  textiles by Christine Davson-Galle.

Unmedicated and Unsupervised – September, 2020

An exhibition by Carol-Anne Morrison of textiles that show mastery of weaving, felting and sewing in a variety of materials – including wool silk, cotton and linen.

Expressions of Life and Culture from the Earth – March, 2020

An exhibition by John Snedden. His work features detailed ceramic formations of shapes mounted on wood, in 2 dimensions.  John’s work is a superb and delightful presentation of ceramic imagery.

A Colourful Journey – February, 2020

An exhibition by Teresa Brimo. There are explorations of memories, through the expression of light and vibrant colour- including still life, landscapes and portraits.

Newfields Printmakers – Dec 2019 to Jan 2020

An exhibition by Julie Irvin, Gaynor Peaty and Justine Vaughan of collagraphs and linocuts. The images include textural detail and delicate line work, embodied in representations of plant life, animals, landscape, abstract and figurative work.

Seasons – Nov 2019

An exhibition of oil, acrylic and water colour paintings by Shija Mathew.

Light and Shade – October, 2019

An exhibition by Bruce Penn featuring superb drawing techniques using coloured pencils, as well as monochrome pointillism.

Beauty and the Beast – September, 2019

An exhibition by Noel and Beckie Eagling of landscapes that feature the coast predominate, in beautiful colours and textures.

Photographic Competition Display – August, 2019

During May-June, we held our first photographic competition for children aged 10-17 years of age. These were then displayed at the Windsor Gallery during August.

The First, Last and Only Mike Joines – July, 2019

The First, Last and Only Mike Joines was an exhibition of works by Mike Joines, featuring landscapes, seascapes, and still life.

Dolls and Daydreams – June 2019

Dolls and Daydreams was an exhibition of works by Sylvie Wylie, exploring themes of childhood, carnival shows and daydreams.


Windsor Community Precinct
1 Windsor Drive, Riverside, TAS

Open: Mon-Sat from 9am to 5pm, times may vary occasionally.

Exeter Art Studios

A community working space for artists, located in the Exeter Show Hall.
Main Rd. Exeter

Open: Wed-Sun from 10am to 5pm, November through to April.




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