The Channon Gallery

Located in the picturesque village of The Channon in the Byron Bay hinterland of northern NSW, The Channon Gallery is committed to the exhibition of fine Australian contemporary art to delight and provoke.

The Channon Gallery compiles, exhibits and engages in the discourse of the human condition;it’s beauty and challenges. The gallery nurtures the exploration of contemporary culture through the thought and perception of the arts community and those who provide input into it.

Until 5 August 201

Malcolm Jagamarra Budgerigar Dreaming

Malcolm Jagamarra
Budgerigar Dreaming

Studies in Harmony and Tension
Paintings and sculptures by Stuart Cussons manifest a simple aesthetic that belies complex conceptual thinking and considered and meticulous application to generate a sense of peace with just a touch of inherent tension. This contradiction is subtly expressed over a range of media, and observed by those with a discerning eye and an open mind.

The Dreaming

A collection of works by central and western desert Aboriginal painters, gathered over two decades. Including works by Jack Britten, Malcolm Jagamarra, Dr George Tjapaltjarri, Lily Kelly Napangardi, Josie Petrick Kemarre, Kathleen Petyarre, Shirley Purdie, Minnie Pwerle, Madigan Thomas and Barbara Weir.

The Channon Gallery

52 Terania Street, The Channon

Gallery Open: Wed to Sunday: 10am – 5pm.

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