The tangled wood

The tangled wood

David Frazer’s work explores the themes of truth, despair and the emotional and fragile state of the human condition with his characteristic imagination and wit. In this exhibition, David deviates from his recurrent theme of the male protagonist, omitting the lonely,...
Little things in life

Little things in life

Rich in humour and personality, Dai Li’s delicately hand built and painted stoneware figures reveal characters engaged in everyday activities or unguarded moments. These sculptured works reveal their own identities and engage with the viewer in very personal ways,...
Selected artists

Selected artists

Beaver Galleries’ ‘stockroom display’ offers a unique opportunity to browse our extensive collection of available art works. Each of the three gallery spaces has been carefully curated with works in a variety of mediums with both new and previously displayed...

Nicole Ayliffe explores the optical qualities of glass through her beautiful transparent glass forms. By using a variety of cold working techniques, Nicole creates unique visual effects that emphasise the reflection and refraction of light between the exterior and...

Lucy Culliton’s paintings are inspired by her country life on a property in the Monaro district of NSW. Her garden, home, and large array of animals – mostly rescued – often form the subject matter for her vibrant and beautiful paintings. For this exhibition Lucy has...
Slow Hope

Slow Hope

Artists Alexander Boynes and Mandy Martin have collaborated over the last six years on four large public exhibitions addressing the issue of climate change. Their current project is ‘Hi-Vis Futures’, at the Canberra Museum and Gallery until 4 February 2020. ‘Slow...