Art Gallery on Ovens

                                                       direct from the Artist to you...

A Contemporary Art Gallery located in Central Wangaratta

Art Gallery on Ovens is located in the heart of Wangaratta, a regional city in North East Victoria on the edge of Victoria's High Country.

We are a non profit gallery here to support regional Artists while offering a professional contemporary art experience

Art Gallery on Ovens is the latest Gallery to open following the highly successful business model of an Artist Run Initiative. We are proud to follow the footsteps of both the Hunters Hill Art Gallery and Art Gallery on Darling. 

The Gallery offers Original Art priced to meet the market with communications direct with our 12 founding Resident Artists. To learn more about our Artists and their artistic backgrounds, please visit their individual profile pages.

Art Gallery on Ovens is proud to provide a professional venue with two exhibition spaces. Our Main Gallery for established fine artists to showcase their work. And our Resident Artist Gallery offering rotating installations of our 12 Artists latest works.

The Gallery is forever showcasing diverse original art, holding Exhibition Opening Night drinks, Artist talks & Workshops.


                                                                 We look forward to welcoming you to our Gallery .... See you on the Ovens!.....

Exhibitions Calendar

Art Gallery on Ovens is pleased to announce the start of our Solo Artist program for 2020.

The year will open with local emerging artist Tim Ockenden on Thursday 23 January.

This will be Tim's first solo exhibition in our community and is facilitated through 

our gallery mentoring program that we offer to all artists.

Please come along and support Tim at his Opening this Thursday at 6.30pm.

Tim Ockenden presents Tim's Whacky Worlds, 23/01/20 - 03/02/20

Timothy's unique artwork captures the imagination of his mind incorporating his favourite subjects drawing Medieval Knights, Egyptian Warriors, Science Fiction, Persians & Gothic buildings, horses, insects and many more

Follow Tim on Instagram; artistvisual_tim

Email directly; [email protected]

Please join us for opening night celebrations

6.30 pm, Thursday 23rd January 2020

Join in the fun wearing a fancy costume

Joanne Radnor's, Another body of work, 06/02/20 - 17/02/20

Joanne's continued exploration with the female form is sure to delight

with this extraordinary exhibition,

Another body of work.

Her use of colour and movement create a symphony celebrating the female form needed to be experienced in person. 

Pastel & Paint - Jennifer Paull - 20/02/20-24/02/20

Artist Statement: As an artist I try to develop paintings that speak both to myself and to others about the beauty and drama that exists in the play of light and colour on all things. I'm excited by the rich and refined colours and dramatic tones of pastels which, when used in layered strokes, blend to vibrate light and create movement to the subject. I use a direct tonal approach and try to apply the medium, either pastel or oil, in a confident and loose manner. In this mixed exhibition of oils and pastels i have tried to convey these feelings to capture dramatic images of people, places and objects.

Origins and Connections by Trudi Harley - 27/02/20-09/03/20

Everyday items hung from a string in the fashion of the Spanish Bodegon Painters, these paintings examine historical gathering; they evoke memories and return us to the past. History we are told is the study of past events, particularly in human affairs and relates to a place that we are no longer in - we are still connected to but cannot physically go back to. As a form of revisiting we sift through the remnants of what we have and what we once were; we calculate and comprehend the changes within ourselves in an attempt to give relevance to our current reality. I draw on my own reflections of upbringing, rural domesticity and everyday life events that contribute to the perception of what makes me who I am. Through referencing themes & objects drawn from the everyday l explore the notion that shared memories contribute to a sense of belonging & community.

Kaleidoscope by Sian Lim - 12/03/20-23/03/20

Art Gallery on Ovens Resident Artists

A Huge Thank You to our Sponsors

Art Gallery on Ovens would like to thank the following businesses for their generous support and contributions to our Gallery

Art Gallery on Ovens highly recommend all of our Sponsors as businesses of integrity & strong community spirit. 

Special mention and Thank you to

Wayne & Bron Ashton

for their very kind Sponsorship