Blue Mountains News
New Gallery in Glenbrook
Showcasing fine art, pottery and jewellery created by Blue Mountains Creative Arts Centre members. All works are for sale. Find the yellow yurt at BMCAC Glenbrook. Opposite Panthers Bowling Club. The yellow yurt was a purpose built gallery but in recent years became a pottery studio. Now it has reopened as a gallery and the members are very excited to be once again exhibiting and selling their work. Hop on in and grab some quality local hand made pots, jewellery or a painting. Great place to shop for Christmas or a special gift!
1. The doors to the new gallery are now open.
2. Artists Ingrid Russell, Katherine Kennedy, Alison James and Bronwyn Campbell in front of the new Hare St Banner.
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