Exhibitions

Featured Exhibitions

Oct 24, 2018Nov 25, 2018

Trending Light Fields | A 20 Year Survey
Kirstie Rea

Kirstie Rea, Tending Light Fields – A 20 Year Survey is a curated selection of works from Canberra based artist, Kirstie Rea, an exciting exhibition showcasing the works from one of Australia’s most celebrated artists working in glass.

Oct 5, 2018Dec 2, 2018

Borrowed Time
Laith McGregor

Borrowed Time brings together new and recent works by McGregor across a variety of media, focusing on ideas of time and labour.

Oct 20, 2018Dec 2, 2018

Dirt and Ash
Group Show

Kellie O’Dempsey and Fiona Fell perform Dirt & Ash, an immersive multimedia installation about the relationship about the relationship between the artist and work of art.

Nov 30, 2018Feb 20, 2019

The Mambo Artists Now
Group Show

This ain’t no retrospective. Lone Goat Gallery is proud to present new works by 8 notorious Mambo artists: Matthew Martin, David McKay, Paul McNeil, Jim Mitchell, Reg Mombassa, Robert Moore, Jeff Raglus, Gerry Wedd.

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Nov 10, 2018Nov 21, 2018

I Listen To Dead People
Brian 'BT' Taranto

Music By Dead People. We love it. We cherish it. I Listen To Dead People includes 30 years of set list memorabilia from BT’s private collection featuring (living) artists such as Bruce Springsteen, The Black Keys, Gillian Welch and many more

Nov 10, 2018Nov 21, 2018

This Is Not A Love Song
Tory Bauer

This Is Not A Love Song is a mash up derby of song lyrics and designer fashion labels. COME ON BABY LIGHT MY GUCCI. Her most recent work includes the ‘Carriage Conversations Project’ for We’re All Going To Die Festival and Splendour in the Craft.

Oct 24, 2018Nov 25, 2018

Between Time
Allen Koppe

Between Time reflects the artist’s interest in graphic, non-figurative, geometric forms found within the natural and man-made landscape. The images sit in a place between time where beauty is realised in their simplicity.

Oct 24, 2018Nov 25, 2018

Finding Home
Katka Adams

An exhibition as much about the struggle of holding on as it is about the relief in letting go. A personal experience, touching on feelings associated with the migrant journey – cultural dislocation, loss of tradition, and the search for belonging

Oct 24, 2018Nov 25, 2018

Trending Light Fields | A 20 Year Survey
Kirstie Rea

Kirstie Rea, Tending Light Fields – A 20 Year Survey is a curated selection of works from Canberra based artist, Kirstie Rea, an exciting exhibition showcasing the works from one of Australia’s most celebrated artists working in glass.

Sep 29, 2018Nov 25, 2018

Heart and Soul
Group Show

Jacklyn Wagner and Peter Derrett are two of Lismore’s most established photographers, but this is the first time they have collaborated on a project. This exhibition will feature a series of portraits of local subjects.

Oct 24, 2018Nov 25, 2018

Allure
Carol O'Sullivan

The hidden detail of the land around us makes us pause....what we see when we look close, what we see through half closed eyes, what we feel...

Oct 20, 2018Nov 25, 2018

Meander | Place and Experience
Matt O'Brian

Whilst these works are site specific, they are underpinned by a constant dialog of inner and outer experiences at local locations.

Nov 9, 2018Nov 25, 2018

Art and Design Graduate Exhibition
Group Show

Southern Cross University 2018 Graduate Art Exhibition. Exhibition located in V Block, Lismore campus, open 10am - 4pm.

Nov 2, 2018Nov 28, 2018

Head Above Water
Ben Bugden

Head Above Water is a body of photographic work by Byron Bay artist Ben Bugden. It aims to document his relationship with the ocean as not only a lifelong companion, but also as a place of healing and reflection.

Nov 9, 2018Nov 30, 2018

BAM Art Prize
Group Show

The inaugural Byron Arts Magazine Art Prize at Thomgallery showcasing 100 works by local & national artists work. Judged by Director Tweed Regional Gallery & MOAC Susi Muddiman OAM, arts writer Sharne Wolff and founder of Vivid Tours Simha Koether.

Nov 3, 2018Nov 30, 2018

Around The World In 80 Photos
Joan Wehrens

Joan’s love of travelling the world, camera in hand has culminated in this amazing collection of photos depicting Life and Nature.

Oct 5, 2018Dec 2, 2018

Borrowed Time
Laith McGregor

Borrowed Time brings together new and recent works by McGregor across a variety of media, focusing on ideas of time and labour.

Oct 20, 2018Dec 2, 2018

Dirt and Ash
Group Show

Kellie O’Dempsey and Fiona Fell perform Dirt & Ash, an immersive multimedia installation about the relationship about the relationship between the artist and work of art.

Nov 28, 2018Dec 23, 2018

Ambiguous light. Ambiguous sky
Lynne Wallis

Exploring the ambiguity of time and place when shifting light or atmospheric conditions render familiar landscapes less familiar, reminding us of the transience of every moment.

Nov 28, 2018Dec 23, 2018

From the Shadows
Linda Angledal

A collection of new works, Gold Coast based conceptual photographer, Linda Angledal, uses composite photography to create surreal portraits that explore triumph in adversity.

Nov 28, 2018Dec 23, 2018

Uncontained Vessels
Melinda Paterson

The artist adopts the simple shape of a vessel as a metaphor for the human form, this exhibition explores experience of form and formlessness experienced during personal meditations and contemplations

Nov 28, 2018Dec 23, 2018

The Mirror Cracked Open
Samantha Taylor

Incorporating light and sound a series of sculptures transform detritus of our throwaway culture into redundant structures alluding to the contradiction in an obsession with the material and the desire for freedom and nature.

Nov 24, 2018Dec 28, 2018

Theodore Kennett-Raj | Retrospective
Theodore Kennett-Raj

A Retrospective of works created in Lismore Northern Rivers from 2007 to 2018 by Theodore Kennett- Raj .

May 8, 2018Dec 31, 2018

Chutney, Chooks and Champions
Group Show

Tweed Regional Museum's latest exhibition, Chutney, Chooks and Champions: Stories of the Show, celebrates the stories behind the Murwillumbah Show and the people that have helped it become an event held close to the heart of the local community.

Nov 30, 2018Dec 31, 2018

Lennox Art Collective Exhibition
Group Show

Annual end of year exhibition where everything is priced $300 and under opens! Paintings, jewellery, tee shirts, photo prints on paper and timber, solar graphics, tea towels, resin art homewares and more......! Opens 5.30 - 8pm Nov 30

Dec 1, 2018Jan 13, 2019

Unrestful Emptiness, Restless Silence
Jessica O' Connor

Unrestful Emptiness, Restless Silence is about the pattern of quiet that surrounds the ugly and painful parts of life.

Oct 26, 2018Jan 27, 2019

Summer at Crawford House
N/A

The latest exhibition at Crawford House Museum, “Summertime at Crawford House”, reflects our memories of this season and what it means to the North Coast community.

Dec 7, 2018Feb 17, 2019

Attached to the Rest of the World
Carolyn Delzoppo

This body of work is a series of observational pencil drawings of details from nature highlighting the interconnectivity of all things, seen and unseen.

Dec 7, 2018Feb 17, 2019

Interiors
Marion Hall Best

This exhibition colourfully charts the work of Marion Hall Best (1905 - 1988), one of Australia’s first and most influential independent interior designers, displaying original furniture, fabrics, furnishings and design schemes.

Dec 1, 2018Feb 17, 2019

Riverstones and Ramifications
Bronwyn Bancroft

‘The inspiration for this exhibition can be attributed to the life of, and my connection to my Uncle Pat Bancroft. His knowledge of the country was phenomenal and it was an absolute joy and privilege to learn from him. He had no time for fools.

Nov 30, 2018Feb 20, 2019

The Mambo Artists Now
Group Show

This ain’t no retrospective. Lone Goat Gallery is proud to present new works by 8 notorious Mambo artists: Matthew Martin, David McKay, Paul McNeil, Jim Mitchell, Reg Mombassa, Robert Moore, Jeff Raglus, Gerry Wedd.

Dec 8, 2018Feb 24, 2019

Between Nature and Sin
David Griggs

The exhibition, Between Nature and Sin features a decade of past paintings, photographs, videos, and the premiere of Cowboy Country, David Griggs’ first feature film.

Aug 24, 2018Sep 30, 2019

Three Decades
Group Show

2018 marks the Gallery’s 30th anniversary. To honour this milestone, I have curated an exhibition from the collection which celebrates its development since 1988 and surveys the four focus areas that inform acquisitions.