April @ the Kiama Old Fire Station

Exhibtions at the Old Fire Station run from Friday to Wednesdays. Opening hours between 10am and 4pm each day, however some times may vary.

We are a COVID safe venue, and you will be required to register and maintain physical distancing in order to enter

1 to 7 April 2021


This body of work portrays the essence and beauty of the ocean and our local coastline. Her paintings explore the wonderous aquamarines of the water, delicate shorelines laced in seafoam, local rockpools, immersive underwater scenes of whales and other creatures of the deep, and the magic colours of dawn, dusk and storms reflected on the ocean.

Artist, Heather Philpott

8 to 14 April 2021

Sticks and Stones

The beauty in everyday things – featured in a combined exhibition by two Kiama artists. David Bywater presents a range of fine woodcraft – trinkets and toys, pens, clocks, boxes, kitchenware, display art and furniture.

Elegance and functionality meet in the work of ceramicist Uta Hasenkrug-Cannon. On display are tableware and other practical and decorative pottery items, perfect for everyday use and ready to be loved and kept for a long time.

Artist, Uta Hasenkrug and David Bywater

15 to 21 April 2021

Our Place in the Land

Lynne and I are both life long artists who enjoy a wide range of media and expressions. We will be showing paintings, prints, etchings, photos, mixed media pieces and some sculptures.

Lynne specializes in fun , quirky beautifully detailed works which are a unique take on the world around us.

Robyn is known for the wide range of styles and subjects that she undertakes.

Artist, Robyn Sharp and Lynne Johns

22 to 28 April 2021

Beauty of Mountains and Sea

Ken and Lea have been capturing the unique beauty of the South Coast landscape on cavas for many years where the mountians, natural bush and ocean shore line are interspersed with waterfalls, rock platforms and golden sand dunes; as local artists’ our subject matter is a variable smorgasbord of oragnic beauty.

Artists, Ken and Lea Tucker

29 April to 5 May 2021

ICAN at the OFS

An exhibition of mixed art and crafts – paintings, knitted and crocheted work, timber works, fabric wearable and decorative basketry, jewellery – beaded, glass and silver, journals and ceramics.

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