Exhibitions

Featured Exhibitions

Jan 18, 2019Jan 29, 2019

Gibberish Rumination
Group Show

‘Gibberish Rumination’ is a duo exhibition, that explores the nature of art as physical representation of subconscious thought and intimate self-reflection. Both Artists are currently studying a Bachelor of Art and Design at Lismore’s SCU campus.

Dec 14, 2018Feb 3, 2019

The Bridges
Group Show

An exhibition that celebrates the beauty and engineering excellence represented through major capital works over the Clarence River including photography, video, sculpture, painting and printing.

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.

Feb 16, 2019Mar 31, 2019

Hey, Listen Up
Amanda Bromfield

Hey, Listen Up champions the empowerment of women through storytelling. Feminist activist Gloria Steinem said ‘You cannot empower women without listening to their stories’.

All Exhibitions

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.

Jan 18, 2019Jan 29, 2019

Gibberish Rumination
Group Show

‘Gibberish Rumination’ is a duo exhibition, that explores the nature of art as physical representation of subconscious thought and intimate self-reflection. Both Artists are currently studying a Bachelor of Art and Design at Lismore’s SCU campus.

Jan 18, 2019Jan 31, 2019

Cool Summer
Group Show

The annual Cool Summer Art Exhibition by renowned Galleries in the Gardens artists opens 5pm Fri 18 Jan & runs until end Jan, 10am – 4pm daily except Tuesdays at The Gallery, waterfront at Tea Gardens. ‘Gardens and Connected Landscapes’ is the theme.

Dec 14, 2018Feb 3, 2019

Kanalaritja | An Unbroken String
Group Show

This national touring exhibition presented by the Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery features a variety of beautiful, delicate and rare shell necklaces, created by Tasmanian Aboriginal Ancestors in the 1800s, and acclaimed makers of today.

Dec 14, 2018Feb 3, 2019

The Bridges
Group Show

An exhibition that celebrates the beauty and engineering excellence represented through major capital works over the Clarence River including photography, video, sculpture, painting and printing.

Dec 14, 2018Feb 3, 2019

Golden Era
Group Show

A salon style exhibition of vibrant recent artworks by Clarence Valley artists and members of Grafton Art Club including painting, drawing and printmaking. The club has been supporting creativity in the Clarence Valley since 1967.

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 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.

Jan 24, 2019Feb 21, 2019

Marek Zayler
Marek Zayler

Marek Zayler work has a subtle and unique quality that is akin to a kind of internal theatre. It is dream like and powerfully intimate, the colours are luxurious and have a human pulse.

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.

Jan 19, 2019Mar 3, 2019

Jewelled Net
Group Show

Virginia Reid and Nicky McLaughlin have created a series of glass and wire nets formed during a firing process. The nets invite the viewer to consider how they may be linked into a larger network, a larger field of being.

Feb 16, 2019Mar 31, 2019

Hey, Listen Up
Amanda Bromfield

Hey, Listen Up champions the empowerment of women through storytelling. Feminist activist Gloria Steinem said ‘You cannot empower women without listening to their stories’.

Feb 16, 2019Apr 7, 2019

The Terania Creek Protest
David Kemp

Terania Creek became the focus of a landmark environmental protest. People formed a human shield to protect an environmental wonder. The protest represented the first time the presence of protesters challenged the government’s authority and won.

Mar 2, 2019Apr 7, 2019

Rhythm of Protest
Lawrence English

Rhythm of Protest is a major solo exhibition of new work by Brisbane-based artist Lawrence English exploring themes of the shifting role sound plays in protest and public assembly.

Apr 6, 2019May 12, 2019

Paperbark
Lionel Bawden

Lionel Bawden’s new solo exhibition continues the artist’s fascination with the forms of nature taking the tree as both conceptual focus and material form.

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.