Baxter & Maree Gallery


Art Gallery 

125 Dempster Street

0429 199 776 

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The Baxter and Maree Art Gallery showcases the artwork Tammy Andrews. 

Tammy is an established Esperance artist.

After over 15 years of consistent painting Tammy's work has developed a unique style, which has been described as having ‘poetic serene quality’.

Oils are Tammy's chosen medium because she loves sensual quality of the paint and its ability to be sculptured into form.

Original paintings and prints are available to buy at Baxter and Maree and aspiring artists can learn from Tammy in lessons that are available over 6 week periods.

Picture framing services are available using the Old Courthouse Framers, and the gallery space can be hired by small groups.

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Cannery Arts Centre

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The Cannery Arts Centre is the premier arts exhibition space in Esperance. Situated on the stunning Esperance foreshore, the historic building and natural surrounds are unique and offer the perfect environment to experience all that the Esperance arts scene has to offer.

The Cannery acts as a multifunctional arts hub for the entire Esperance region delivering a year round program of local, state and national exhibitions; a dedicated 'artist in residence' program; a varied program of arts workshops for adults and children and maintains an arts shop selling locally produced arts and crafts.

Dive on into the arts in Esperance - Dive on into the Cannery.

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Phone: 08 9071 3599

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Esperance Community Arts Gallery

ECA Building Museum VillageThe ECA gallery is housed in the Old Police Sergeants Quarters at the Museum Village.

We represent a number of local artists and have a varied and diverse selection of art on display, from large abstract oils to delicate watercolours, photographic prints and beautiful handmade jewellery.

Opening Hours (June - July 2014)

Thursday 9am - 5pm, Friday 9am - 5pm, and Sundays 9am - 2pm (Market days only).

Other times by appointment. 

Please call us on 08 9072 1158 for more information.

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Kepa Kurl

giftsKepa (water) Kurl (boomerang) is the Aboriginal name for the town of Esperance, it means, "where the water lies like a boomerang".

Kepa Kurl is a locally owned and operated Aboriginal company and we believe in supporting and promoting our local indigenous artists, therefore a majority of the paintings are from our local artists.

These paintings are beautifully displayed in our gallery and each of our paintings comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. We have also assisted local artists in preparation and sale of consignment work for overseas companies and individuals. We are able to ship art work nationally and internationally for clients.

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Section Glass Gallery - Cindy Poole

TurbulenceSection Glass Gallery is the home of professional glass artist Cindy Poole. Her working studio/gallery houses an extensive body of works which incorporates both cold and warm glass techniques.

Glass art exhibited at Section Glass Gallery include kiln-fired glass objects/sculpture, corporate awards, fused & slumped glass home wares, contemporary designer jewellery, glass mosaics, giftware, feature glass wall panels and water features. Private and corporate glass art works and architectural installations can also be commissioned.

"I have created a diverse and innovative body of works which have culminated from my desire to create glass forms inspired by the images that are constantly 11 presented from my environment, relationships and experiences".

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Bruce Malloch

bruce mallochBruce Malloch was born in Cottesloe in 1936. His early years were spent in the western suburbs before his family moved to Gooseberry Hill and then to Katanning.

Upon completion of schooling he went Jackerooing on sheep stations in the De Grey region of the north west. Bruce returned from this remote area to Perth where he studied art at the Perth Technical College before entering the advertising industry and finally breaking away to paint full time.

During the past 40 years of professional painting Bruce has held 23 successful one man exhibitions and numerous joint shows in galleries around Australia.

Bruce Malloch's Gallery is located at Lot 85, Lalor Drive, just 5 mins out of Esperance Town Centre. 

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Thank you to our core funding organisations and program sponsors.