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Bett Gallery

Museum quality contemporary Tasmanian art

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Bett Gallery is one of Australia’s foremost contemporary art galleries. Established in 1986, the gallery represents leading Australian painters, sculptors, photographers, jewellers, print-makers and ceramicists whilst also supporting young, emerging artists. They represent many of Tasmania’s leading contemporary artists and are well known for the successful development and management of art collecting groups over a 25 year period.

Tasmanian artists represented by Bett Gallery include Raymond Arnold, Nicholas Blowers, Ian Bonde, Pat Brassington, Irene Briant, Tim burns, Matt Calvert, Matt Coyle, Joel Crosswell, Amanda Davies, Aunti Corrie Fullard, Patrick Grieve, Neil Haddon, Jeanette James, David Keeling, Barbie Kjar, Amber Koroluk-Stephenson, Sue Lovegrove, Anne MacDonald, Sarah Mayer, Robert O’Conner, Tom O’Hern, Brigitta Ozolins, Sally Rees, Troy Ruffels, Tom Samek, Michael Schlitz, David Stephenson, Stephanie Tabram, Martin Walch and David Stephenson, Megan Walch, Tricky Walsh, Richard Wastell, Belinda Winkler, Philip Wolfhagen, Helen Wright.

Bett Gallery is part of the COLLECT Art Purchase Scheme that offers Australian residents interest-free loans to purchase artworks by contemporary Tasmanian artists. Ask the gallery for details or visit www.collect-art.com.au for more information.

Artists
Image of Raymond Arnold's painting, 'Dominating the Enemy, 5am Queenstown RSL'.
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Raymond Arnold

Visual artists

A printmaker and painter of international reputation, influenced by the rugged, compelling beauty of Tasmania's west coast
Image of Richard Wastell's painting, 'Skullbone Plains'.
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Richard Wastell

Visual artists

Explores the intricacies of the Tasmanian environment, its flora, fauna and the patterns they present under a microscopic eye
Image of David Keeling's painting, 'Summer Light, Kelso (The View From My Window)'.
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David Keeling

Visual artists

his work uncovers and expresses the beautiful, tragic, surreal poetry of the Tasmanian environment.
Image of Philip Wolfhagen's painting, 'New Exaltation Concept No.8'.
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Philip Wolfhagen

Visual artists

One of Australia’s leading contemporary landscape painters, inspired by the emotive qualities of light and weather and the atmosph…
Image of Pat Brassington's photo, 'Madeleines'.
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Pat Brassington

Visual artists

Australia’s most highly respected and influential photomedia artist creating surreal imagery that blurs the boundaries of reality…
Image of Tim Burn's painting 'Blue River'
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Tim Burns

Visual artists

Abstract, Bett Gallery, landscapes,Painter,
Savage Ponds, oil on canvas,
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Nicholas Blowers

Visual artists

Painter who looks at the particular nature of growth, decay and death found in the Tasmanian landscape.
Image of Megan Walch's painting "The Rough Guide: Glossary"
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Megan Walch

Visual artists

developing a theory of plasticity in relation to her painting.
The Eyes We See Ghosts With
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Sally Anne Rees

Visual artists

an artist working in time based and mixed media
Missed: Sydney Gazette, 2 September 1804
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Julie Gough

Aboriginal artists, Visual artists

an artist, writer and curator
painting by Sue lovegrove
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Sue Lovegrove

Visual artists

Painting, abstract, expressionism,
I fell in despair - eiffel
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Tom Samek

Visual artists

Drawing by Tom o'Hern
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Tom O’Hern

Visual artists

Street murals, works on paper, painting, animation and photography combine in Tom's creative practice.
Banded Field, Sassafras Spring. 150x150cm oil on linen
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Patrick Grieve

Visual artists

Landscape works inspired by the North-West coast of Tasmania
Jersey Girl by Stephanie Tabram
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Stephanie Tabram

Visual artists

Still life and landscape painter working within a realist style.
Installation by Brigita Ozolins
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Brigita Ozolins

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A conceptual artist who produces sculptural Installations inspired by language and communication.
Drawing by Matt Coyle
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Matt Coyle

Visual artists

dry point relief and conte on paper
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Barbie Kjar

Visual artists

Truly one of Tasmania's most loved and prolific print makers
found objects collected and arranged
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Irene Briant

Visual artists

woodcut print on paper by Helen Wright
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Helen Wright

Visual artists

Print maker, painter, drawer, sculpture.
modelling clay, dyed resin & tomato cans
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Joel Crosswell

Visual artists

Sculpture and drawing
Bonehead / twelve steppin' - oil on canvas
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Robert O’Connor

Visual artists

painting the contemporary steeped in tradition
Verdant valley yellow sky II
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Caroline Rannersberger

Visual artists

Rannersberger works predominantly across painting and printmaking.
gouache and ink on clay board
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Sara Maher

Visual artists

printmaking, painting, sculpture
ink on paper by Milly Yencken
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Milly Yencken

Visual artists

Engaging still and moving pictures that will not dissapoint.
archival solvent based print on composite aluminium sheet
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Troy Ruffels

Visual artists

Acrylic on canvas
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Alex Davern

Visual artists

Painter, abstraction, minimal, landscape
Ceramic sculpture
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Belinda Winkler

Visual artists

Ceramics, Southern Ice Porcelain, Bronze, sculpture

What’s on

Past events

Coloiured pencil on paper
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Suicidal Sex Marsupial

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An exhibition of works by Tom O’Hern
woodcut by Michael Schlitz
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Tortured Earth

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369 Elizabeth Street, Hobart

An exhibition of works by Michael Schlitz
etching by Raymond Arnold
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Prospect and Refuge

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an exhibition of work by Raymond Arnold
oil on linen painting by David Keeling
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Group Show

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A rotating group exhibition showcasing painters, print makers, sculptors and ceramicists.
Marique Potens (Pyrate Queen Paraphernalia), brass knuckles, coral and arylic, 6 x 10 x 5 cm
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Marique Potens 

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369 Elizabeth Street, Hobart

featuring Pyrate Queen Paraphernalia
Man trap 2010, acrylic on wooden panel
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Flash Mob

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369 Elizabeth Street, Hobart

Paintings by Chayni Henry
The Descent by Stephanie Tabram
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Under Kunanyi

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Tasmanian and Australian Landscape
Labyrinth of the World, drape, embroidered cryptogram & generative videoscape. Video: 51 sec colour: audio.
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Labyrinth

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Winter in Utrecht (a painting by Pierro Della Francesca)
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Steals

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an exhibition of new paintings by Robert O'Connor.
painting by Amanda Davies
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New Painting

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new work by Amanda Davies at Bett Gallery
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369 Elizabeth Street, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

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