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Colville Gallery

Specialising in modern and contemporary Tasmanian and Australian artists.

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Colville Gallery is a Hobart based gallery specializing in modern and contemporary Tasmanian and Australian artists featuring paintings, works on paper, photography and sculpture in a program of monthly exhibitions. The artists represented demonstrate contemporary art practice in their exploration, interpretation and pursuit of landscape and memory through works in modern landscape, city and streetscape, interiors, still life and abstract.  For more detailed regarding the artists, visual representation of their work and program of events please see our pages as noted.

The gallery offers services in purchasing, collection assessment and development, research and sourcing particular artists and works and corporate leasing options for major art pieces.

Trudi Young established Colville Gallery in 2005. She previously worked with Joseph Brown Gallery, Caroline Street, Toorak and TMAG, and is registered for the Commonwealth Cultural Gifts Program for Australian Art 1945 to present.

Artists represented by Colville Gallery include: Matthew Armstrong, Corinne Costello, Anton Holzner, Zsuzsa Kollo, Donna Lougher, Amanda Parer, Chen Ping, Paul Snell, Effie Pryer, Luke Wagner.

Colville 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
Print by Kate Peikutowski called A Window of Lisboa.
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Kate Piekutowski

Visual artists

Explore themes of cultural identity, belonging and the meaning of 'homeland'
Image of Jenny Topfer's mixed-media work, 'Stone Winter Number Four (Whyte)'.
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Jenny Topfer

Visual artists

Responds to the textures of the places we inhabit
Image of Amanda Parer's painting, 'Outwards'.
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Amanda Parer

Visual artists

Exploring the natural world, its fragility and our role within it
Gouache on board, 18 x 18cm
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Stephen Lees

Visual artists

One of Tasmania’s foremost landscape painters with lyrical and beautifully crafted works
6 The Haulage,Tasman Island#2
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Luke Wagner

Visual artists

Visual Artist
Oil on Belgian linen, 87x66cm
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Jerzy Michalski

Visual artists

A master of perspective and atmospheric light.
Opacity II
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Paul Gundry

Visual artists

Visual Artist
Blue vase 2018, synthetic polymer on Belgian linen, 66 x 66cm, Donna Lougher
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Donna Lougher

Visual artists

Tasmanian painter represented by Colville Gallery
Persistent Patch of Shadow
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Colin Langridge

Visual artists

an art practice reflects that reflects the artist's interest in ontology
7. Window - Amethyst, oil on linen, 52 52cm, Ian Parry, 2019
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Ian Parry

Visual artists

Aiming for a sense of permanence and independence in each work.
Between Two Places
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Eloise Kirk

Visual artists

Eloise is a visual artist that composes fragmented and mysterious objects.
Foxy 2018, oil on linen, 60 x 50cm, $4,200
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Zsuzsa Kollo

Visual artists

Garden 2018, oil on canvas, 152.5 x 182.8cm, Chen Ping
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Chen Ping

Visual artists

A Chinese-Australian artist who work exists between two cultures and societies.
Brush & Boot
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Steve Woodbury

Visual artists

Steve Woodbury’s work explores the nature of perception and meaning.
Summer Light on Derwent River
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Leanne Halls

Visual artists

a realist painter represented by Colville Gallery.
6.26 pm, 20 October 2017, Suze van der Beek
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Suze van der Beek

Visual artists

Sensuous photographic landscapes
Gaiety Theatre from back
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Ruth Frost

Visual artists

North Bruny
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Effie Pryer

Visual artists

Quiet River, 2016, oil on linen, 85 x 167cm
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Katherine Perrott

Visual artists

The magic of nature offers both lyrical beauty and unpredictable powerful force.
Untitled Movement No.8 2017, mixed media on canvas, 145 x 160cm, David Hawley
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David Hawley

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pushes the boundaries of process, time and visual statement.
St Helens Tasmania
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John Williams

Visual artists

acclaimed historian as well as photographer
Red Johanna VII
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Barnaby Smith

Visual artists

Barnaby Smith studied Japanese woodblock print and paper making techniques with master printmaker Kurasaki Akira Sensei.
Ink and pigmenton magnani, 120cm x 180cm
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Jane Giblin

Visual artists

After the Fires 2014
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Paul Boam

Visual artists

Open Cut III
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Steve Lopes

Visual artists

Paradise Arcade, 2017, oil on canvas, 91x91cm
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Josh Simpson

Visual artists

Oil on linen, 137 x 137cm
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Leanne Halls

Visual artists

Mute # 201704
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Paul Snell

Visual artists

Photo-Media Artist
mr ha ha, Alan Young
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Alan Young

Visual artists

Our Daily Paths 2017, oil on linen, 41 x 61cm
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Paul Gundry

Visual artists

Suburban landscape painter
Arches, Collage, Acylic and resin on linen, 91x61cm, Eloise Kirk, 2017
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Eloise Kirk

Visual artists

Daphne, oil on Tasmanian myrtle, 24 x 24cm, Effie Pryer, 2017
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Effie Pryer

Visual artists

5. Love Creeper Tryst (Comesperma volubile, Aubrey Luck Reserve), 2019, oil on linen, 137 x 107cm, $6,750, Kylie Elkington, 2019
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Kylie Elkington

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Pre-Raphaelite Neo-Romantic Painter
'ye S', Jane James
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Jane James

Visual artists

Mixed media on wooden birch panel, 120 x 120cm
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Anne Mestitz

Visual artists


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Death by Paradise
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91a Salamanca Place, Battery Point

Josh Simpson exhibition at Colville Gallery
Parallel
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Matthew Armstrong

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91a Salamanca Place, Battery Point

Retreat from View
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Luke Wagner – Wonderland

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91a Salamanca Place, Battery Point

lyrical scenes delighting in their poise, stillness and peaceful silence
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91a Salamanca Place, Battery Point, Tasmania, Australia

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