Project Description

Byron Bay Gallery

There’s a new fine art space rippling the waters of Byron Bay. In the heart of bustling Lawson Street, above the pedestrians and traffic, the tranquil elegance of the newly transformed Byron Bay Gallery offers extraordinary works by the region’s finest artists. Renowned local painter Jen Taranto has partnered with curator and landscape photographer Tommy Salmon to create an innovative exhibition space celebrating exceptional local creatives. Works by internationally acclaimed impressionist John Turton, local indigenous artist Magpie and the enigmatic Ken Moate hang among the gallery’s varied and ever-changing exhibits. For corporate, investment or decorative artworks, you’ll find originals, prints and framing to suit every budget.

Level 1, 17 Lawson Street, Byron Bay. Welcome 7 days.

Contact Details

Phone: +61(0) 423 385 333

Email: [email protected]

Website: byronbaygallery.com

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