Tamworth Regional Gallery
Tamworth Regional Gallery is the second oldest regional art gallery in New South Wales. Located above Tamworth Regional Library at 466 Peel Street, the gallery offers a rotating program of touring exhibitions of national significance, alongside curated exhibitions of regional artists and exhibitions from its permanent collection.
Most of the region’s galleries conduct workshops and some offer studio space. Private galleries in the region include:
- Weswal Gallery showcases fine art, unique handmade jewellery and beautiful giftware, plus solo and group exhibitions.
- The Gomeroi gaaynggal Centre exhibits the paintings and sculptures of local, indigenous women who belong to the ‘Gomeroi gaaynggal’ mothers’ art and health program.
- The works of Fred Hillier Ceramics at Claycraft Productions in Moonbi depict the simplicity and elegance of long-ago Australia. The range consists of stunning porcelain figurines, ceramic bush buildings and Claycraft memorials and urns.
- The Fuller Gallery and Claypan in Barraba is owned and operated by the potters’ guild. The Gallery exhibits art, craft and pottery of its members.
- Stormcrow Studio is an art space and store by Natasha Soonchild in Nundle. They paint, print and create objets d'art using antiques, off-cuts and neglected treasure.
- The Moonbi Art Studio is an owner-operated studio featuring works of resident artist Mary Attard who specialises in watercolours and regularly exhibits in local art shows and exhibitions. The Moonbi Art Group meets at the studio each Wednesday.