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Nolan Gallery and School of Art

An art gallery with a difference, showcasing contemporary Tasmanian art alongside boutique art tuition.

About

Operating in Hobart since 1999, the Nolan Art Gallery and School on the first floor of the Salamanca Arts Centre offers a unique destination blending the making and showing of art.

The art gallery shows works from a range of professional contemporary Tasmanian artists including photographers, printers, painters, jewellers and sculptors. An eclectic collection, the work displayed is from all around Tasmania created by emerging artists as well as renowned painters.

The boutique art school offers quality art tuition with an experienced artist, offering events, holiday workshops and private tuition.

Run by artist and art educator Betty Nolan, both the gallery and the school operate with the aim of providing accessible art and art experiences to the visitor.

All classes are small and friendly, enabling students of all levels of experience to take part at their own pace.

Learn more about our artists here and see our upcoming classes here.

 

 

Artists
Oil and Ink on Canvas
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Betty Nolan

Visual artists

Betty Nolan is an expressive painter
Photograph
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Giles Hugo

Visual artists

Giles Hugo is an extraordinary photographer
Oil on Linen 66 cm x 97cm
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Elizabeth Barsham

Visual artists

Elizabeth Barsham is the original Tasmanian Gothic artist.
Oil on timber panel 120 x 40 cm left
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Erin Amor- Nightlands

Visual artists

Erin Amor is a young Tasmanian landscape painter
Echidna quills, flax thread and an echidna claw clasp
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Jeanette James

Aboriginal artists, Jewellers

Jeanette James is a Tasmanian indigenous jeweller.
Triptych_80x40 Linoprints
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Catherine Rogers

Visual artists

Salamanca Arts Centre, Salamanca Place

Catherine Rogers is a bravura linoprinter


Betty Nolan

Betty Nolan’s work allows the materials of art to speak for themselves. Watercolours that bleed into creamy paper, oils that float in layers of transparent pigment and ink that splashes. Deceptively relaxed, the techniques grow from experimentation.


What’s on
Oil on Linen 107cm x 110cm
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Erin Amor- Nightlands

Exhibitions

9 Nov 2018 - ongoing

Salamanca Arts Centre, Salamanca Place

Nightlands is Erin Amor's solo exhibition inspired by the Huon and informed by climate change.
Phillip England tintype process, Phillip England, 2017. Photographer: Betty Nolan
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Sit for a Tintype Portrait

Art + design markets

Ongoing

Salamanca Arts Centre, Salamanca Place

This is an opportunity to sit for a unique photographic experience

Past events

ode promo, John Ingleton, 2019. Photographer: John Ingelton
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Ode to the Eucalypt

Exhibitions

This event has already occurred.

Salamanca Arts Centre, Salamanca Place

An exhibition of prints, painting and mixed media works about the eucalypt.
A1 framed photograph.
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Nectar Summer Exhibition

Exhibitions

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Salamanca Arts Centre, Salamanca Place

A group Summer Show celebrating the warm, golden, sensuous nature of Summer in Tasmania
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