Exhibitions

Featured Exhibitions

Sep 18, 2020Oct 16, 2020

Warm Earth
Group Show

Warm Earth is the latest group show at Yeah, Nice Gallery honoring place, the elements and shelter. Featuring local artists Hannah Nowlan, Niah McLeod and Minna Leunig.

Aug 22, 2020Nov 1, 2020

Language of the Wounded
Penny Evans

Language of the Wounded is an exhibition of powerful new work by Penny Evans. Referencing bones or keloid scars, Penny’s ceramic wall installation explores a system of signs, an hieroglyphics-like language strewn across the gallery wall.

Oct 10, 2020Nov 22, 2020

Latitudes of Salt and Sky
Beki Davies

Latitudes of Salt and Sky is an exhibition by Beki Davies of contemporary landscape works that pay homage to the breathtaking expanse of the Pacific Ocean.

Oct 21, 2020Dec 13, 2020

BAM Art Prize
Group Show

Presented by Byron Arts Magazine, The BAM Art Prize promotes awareness of the arts in the Northern Rivers by presenting a national art prize within the region. The Finalist Exhibition showcases shortlisted artworks in the 2020 prize.

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Jul 10, 2020Sep 27, 2020

Waste Wise!
Group Show

Visit Crawford House Museum at Alstonville to see solutions to some of the key global challenges of our time in our latest exhibition, “Waste Wise! Past, Present and Future Solutions”.

Apr 1, 2020Sep 30, 2020

Painting Memory | From the Collection
Group Show

Recorded in January 2018, the exhibitions have been documented in a 3D showcase of the Gallery building, recording some of the most iconic works of art from our collection as an interactive and educational online resource.

Aug 22, 2020Oct 4, 2020

The Silent Pool
Melissa Harvey

Alongside Melissa Harvey's homeland runs a plunging waterfall. A sacred site within the Bagul Waajaarr Nature Reserve, on the land of the Gumbaynggirr people where the river flows underground – The Silent Pool.

Sep 2, 2020Oct 6, 2020

Print Paint Pot
Group Show

Four artist friends, local to Kyogle undertake works in three different media forms to highlight their shared talents and skills in creating art.

Sep 25, 2020Oct 11, 2020

2020 Vision | ShelterBox Disaster Relief
Mike Greenslade

Evocative images from the photo book, '2020 Vision - Eyes Wide Open in the Disaster Zone' by photographer and ShelterBox Response Team member, Mike Greenslade. Fox Photo Den, 34 Union St, South Lismore. Learn more about ShelterBox disaster relief.

Sep 18, 2020Oct 16, 2020

Warm Earth
Group Show

Warm Earth is the latest group show at Yeah, Nice Gallery honoring place, the elements and shelter. Featuring local artists Hannah Nowlan, Niah McLeod and Minna Leunig.

Aug 12, 2020Oct 18, 2020

Boundlessness
Bruno Kortenhorst

Photography created while on retreat in the desert at Uluru and Kata Tjuta. Kortenhorst uses an analogue pinhole camera which does not have a viewfinder. The process is intuitive and experimental, and the results have a dreamlike quality.

Aug 12, 2020Oct 18, 2020

On Orchard
Michael Stiegler

Stiegler’s unconventional mixed media works comment on excess in contemporary culture, portraying vulnerability, desire, anxiety and lust for consumption in a modern world. Ugliness and beauty coexist in his work, as they do in reality.

Aug 12, 2020Oct 18, 2020

Eco-Land
Geoff Tolchard

A series of drawings completed during lockdown. Tolchard uses animals as a metaphor for tolerance and hope. With the ever increasing depletion of nature and the call for more conservation, his drawings can be seen as ‘single frame stories’.

Aug 12, 2020Oct 18, 2020

Unconditional Stories
Group Show

Join us on this journey of health, illness and life experiences of patients and caregivers transformed into art. A collection of paintings by Lismore TAFE art students reflecting patient stories.

Aug 29, 2020Nov 1, 2020

Mnemonic Vegetables
Group Show

An exhibition that looks to help us “remember” our connection to the plant world, Mother Earth and each other. Highlighting reciprocity and wayfinding through multi-lensed plant based practices and materials.

Aug 22, 2020Nov 1, 2020

Language of the Wounded
Penny Evans

Language of the Wounded is an exhibition of powerful new work by Penny Evans. Referencing bones or keloid scars, Penny’s ceramic wall installation explores a system of signs, an hieroglyphics-like language strewn across the gallery wall.

Aug 29, 2020Nov 8, 2020

Body Language
Group Show

As a direct response to the UN International Year of Indigenous Languages, the National Gallery of Australia has developed a major children’s’ travelling exhibition.

Sep 2, 2020Nov 8, 2020

A window Into Rainbow Ridge School
Group Show

Rainbow Ridge School Students display their talents in arts and crafts in the Steppin Up Gallery, located in the foyer entrance to the Roxy Gallery

Oct 10, 2020Nov 22, 2020

Latitudes of Salt and Sky
Beki Davies

Latitudes of Salt and Sky is an exhibition by Beki Davies of contemporary landscape works that pay homage to the breathtaking expanse of the Pacific Ocean.

Oct 2, 2020Nov 22, 2020

JADA
Group Show

Exhibiting the finalists from the 2020 Jacaranda Acquisitive Drawing Award (JADA). The prize seeks to encourage and promote innovation and excellence in drawing, and plays a vital role in fostering Australian drawing practice.

Oct 21, 2020Dec 13, 2020

SCU Graduate Art Prize
Group Show

Elizabeth Russ is the recipient of the 2019 Southern Cross University (SCU) Graduate Award. Vacillations between hope and melancholy inspires Russ’s exploration of the deciduous and gravitational nature of contemporary spirituality in the era of The 6th Mass Extinction.

Oct 21, 2020Dec 13, 2020

No Mud, No Lotus
Aesha Kennedy

No Mud, No Lotus responds to the teachings of Buddhist monk Thich Nhat Hahn. Kennedy’s abstract paintings explore his teachings that the lotus flower cannot exist without the mud, an analogy for the fact that nothing exists without it’s opposite - the necessity for the light and dark experiences within human existence, and the cycles of life.

Oct 21, 2020Dec 13, 2020

BAM Art Prize
Group Show

Presented by Byron Arts Magazine, The BAM Art Prize promotes awareness of the arts in the Northern Rivers by presenting a national art prize within the region. The Finalist Exhibition showcases shortlisted artworks in the 2020 prize.