Art At The Point Gallery

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Art At The Point Gallery

Located in Bruny Island, Tasmania

03 6260 6424

Art at the Point Gallery on Bruny Island features works of professional Island artists.Art at the Point represents more than 40 local Bruny Island artists. You can view a range of art works including paintings, prints, silver and lamp worked glass jewellery, textiles, art glass, ceramics, sculpture, hand-made books and art cards. Many local artists exhibit exclusively with Art at the Point. The art works you will experience very often reflect the link that the artists have with the beautiful, natural environment of Bruny Island. Inspiration, colours and images are derived from the native animal and bird life, the marine environment, the native forest and the Island landscape with its connection to the ever changing sea, huge skies and the cliffs and bays. In the same building you can also visit the Jetty Cafe, a licensed cafe which specialises in fresh, locally grown food. The building was designed by award-winning architect John Wardle and features local woods, large glassed areas and a deck where you can enjoy the wonderful view across the D'Entrecasteaux Channel from Bruny Island.Bruny Island is a 33 minute drive (31 kilometres / 19 miles) from Hobart to Kettering, then by Ferry to the Island.

Art At The Point Gallery

Art At The Point Gallery

03 6260 6424

Located in Bruny Island, Tasmania

Art at the Point Gallery on Bruny Island features works of professional Island artists.Art at the Point represents more than 40 local Bruny Island artists. You can view a range of art works including paintings, prints, silver and lamp worked glass jewellery, textiles, art glass, ceramics, sculpture, hand-made books and art cards. Many local artists exhibit exclusively with Art at the Point. The art works you will experience very often reflect the link that the artists have with the beautiful, natural environment of Bruny Island. Inspiration, colours and images are derived from the native animal and bird life, the marine environment, the native forest and the Island landscape with its connection to the ever changing sea, huge skies and the cliffs and bays. In the same building you can also visit the Jetty Cafe, a licensed cafe which specialises in fresh, locally grown food. The building was designed by award-winning architect John Wardle and features local woods, large glassed areas and a deck where you can enjoy the wonderful view across the D'Entrecasteaux Channel from Bruny Island.Bruny Island is a 33 minute drive (31 kilometres / 19 miles) from Hobart to Kettering, then by Ferry to the Island.

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