Thursday, May 23, 2013

Cobbitty Fine Art Gallery

Walk in Cobbity Village, if you are a lover of art, then you should visit Cobitty Fine Art Gallery. Founded by Ms. Parrish, galleries located in Cobbitty Road presents a variety of beautiful paintings that can be used to decorate the home. The price offered varies, depending on the complexity of the painting, originality, and artistic value are highlighted. Many who visit and be a regular customer here.

Been there since 26 years ago, this is not just a gallery selling art. But also functioned as a place to exhibit latest paintings. Anyone would be amazed on the work produced, quality and detail. Some of the artists who helped contribute to the collection of paintings here is Max Mannix, Pro Hart and Norman Lindsay.

Established goals Cobitty Fine Art Gallery is to provide a platform for talented artists show their work on the entire community. Due to popular demand, the gallery has opened another branch in Struggletown. Currently, the gallery has a remaining 300 pieces paintings. If it is mostly sold, the gallery will be closed. Of course, there will be a large discount.


Gallery one organization established by not-for-profit that has enough credibility is Peloton. Not-for-profit organization that focuses not meant for profit alone, but when it gets profits then they will appreciate it.

Located in Campbell Street, Chippendale area. Although Peloton is a fairly new gallery, but the gallery is able to accommodate new talent artists in Sydney and throughout New South Wales. Some of them are Wrongsolo, Ex-trendy, Derek Alan, Lokovos, Eleanor Avery, Kerry Baldry, Man Bartlett, and others.

Because a lot of young talent that is displayed, do not be surprised if the majority of galleries exhibiting works of contemporary art. Not just ordinary paintings displayed, but also room to install modern art. Many visitors who have high artistic soul really gonna dig this one.