1. Manyung Gallery (Sorrento)
Located on the charming Ocean Beach Road, Manyung Gallery in Sorrento has over 200 works on display. This includes paintings, sculptures and works on paper! The gallery here is just one of the multiple across the region from the Manyung group.
Find further information on Sorrento’s Manyung Gallery here.
2. & Gallery Australia
Also along the popular Sorrento main street is & Gallery Australia. Features here include the sculpture garden, monthly exhibition program, visible stockroom and more! There is a particular focus on showcasing works from mid-career and senior creatives.
Explore more of & Gallery Australia via the link here.
3. EVERYWHEN Artspace
EVERYWHEN Artspace in Flinders is home to a wide range of contemporary Australian Aboriginal art. Discover paintings, barks, ochres, sculptures, ceramics and more during your visit. 12 exhibitions are presented each year in collaboration with esteemed Aboriginal-owned art centres.
Take a tour of EVERYWHEN Artspace here.
4. Gordon Studio Glassblowers
Tucked away in the hills, Gordon Studio Glassblowers in Red Hill South is a visual delight for all who visit. Everything from engraved glass to stunning vases, platters and bowls can be admired when stopping by. You might even have the chance to see the glassblowers working away at their craft!
All the details for Gordon Studio Glassblowers here.
5. Elan Vineyard & Gallery
Elan Vineyard & Gallery in Balnarring is where one can enjoy the perfect pairing of wine and art. Their gallery features works by artist-in-residence Russell Scott as well as pieces from other local creatives. Make sure to swing by the cellar door to taste their beautiful estate-grown wines.
Click here to learn more about Elan Vineyard & Gallery.
6. Frankston Arts Centre
Did you know Frankston Arts Centre has five exhibition gallery spaces? This is alongside the variety of music and theatre performances held year-round. Showcased are works from established and emerging artists as well as group community exhibitions.
Discover the next spectacle at Frankston Arts Centre here.
7. Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery (MPRG)
As the largest public gallery in Melbourne’s southeast region, the MPRG is overflowing with impressive artworks. Explore over 1900 works as part of the permanent collection and the creativity of exciting seasonal exhibitions.
All this and more to enjoy at the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery here.
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