Myall Park Botanic Garden Art Gallery was built in 1995 to provide a safe haven for all of Dorothy Gordon’s original wildflower botanical watercolours. The Gallery houses this permanent collection as well as temporary exhibitions with an environmental focus. Art and science go hand in hand so visit each location and enjoy the environment through the eyes of the artist. Art in the Garden also includes sculptures, the Gallery wall mural, painted tiles by local children [Enchanted Pathway] and musical instruments. In 2023 a new art work will be added to the Garden collection.
An Art Trail brochure will be developed in 2023 to facilitate the discovery of these unique artworks whilst visiting the garden.
The Myall Park Botanic Garden Gallery is available to hire for functions and events, and its surrounding gardens and facilities are the main activity hub during Myall Park Botanic Garden’s annual Spring Day in August each year.
“Art in The Garden” exhibition Glenmorgan Art Group August 28th to mid October 2022
“A Walk in the Park” Photographs taken at the Garden over the past thirteen years by photographers David and Theresa King – June to August 2022
August 4th to October 1st 2019 – ‘Anything Goes‘ exhibition Glenmorgan Art Group
July 20 to October 5, 2016 – ‘Offshoots‘ exhibition – botanical art – both traditional and innovative.
July -October 2016-Offshoots Exhibition of Botanical Art by Julie McEnerny
November – December 2015 – Botanical art – Dr Nita C Lester
June 2014- Local Photographers Exhibition.
June 2013- ‘A Passion for Eucalypts’ by Marcelle Stirling. Greeting Cards available here.
May 2013 – Photography Exhibition by Scott Bridle
September 2022 – ‘Nature Journaling’ by Dr Paula Peters
September 2022 Bird Tours by David and Theresa King
July 2013 – ‘Introduction to floral drawing’ by Tanya Scharaschkin
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