“Glenelg Art Gallery”
Art Gallery in Burnside
- Looking for decorating your big home with beautiful art?
- Are you an art lover?
- Looking for a perfect unique gift?
- Glenelg Art Gallery stock a great rage of Indigenous Art and Story books; many lovely for children and beautiful Art Books.
- Want to discuss your requirements?
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GIVE US A CALL
View award-winning art and new emerging talent, take an art class, workshop or cultural experience, and grab unique homewares and trinkets. You can do this all at the Glenelg Art Gallery. Whether you’re looking for art to decorate your home or invest in, we’ve got beautiful pieces to suit your needs. Entry is free, 7 days a week, so come and make a day of it. We’re less than 30 minutes from Burnside. Find us on the ground floor of the Stamford Grand Hotel, in Moseley Square, Glenelg SA 5045. We’re open 11.00am-6.00pm. Call us now on 0410 481 237. We’ll be happy to answer any questions.
Hand Made Gifts
What art do we stock?
Our artists exhibit their work on consignment. This means we stock a wide range of high-quality artists, on rotation. We’ve been in business for 30 years. Over this time, the art world has evolved. But one thing remains unchanged – the value art still holds in our lives. At the Glenelg Art Gallery, we continue to help our customers find that perfect piece of art. Some of the types of art you’ll find include abstracts, seascapes, watercolours, portraits, oils, acrylics, charcoals, photography, crafts, indigenous artifacts, sculptures, and mosaics.
The best art in Adelaide
You’ll love our diverse mix of art, gifts, and furniture. Support many Indigenous artists who work in Adelaide. Some of the artists we showcase include Damian Marks, Bernadine Johnson, Stephen Pitjara, Debra Nangala, Allan McKenzie, Cedric Varcoe, Damien Marks, and David Moolooloo.
If you’re looking for a unique gift, visit our art and gift area. Browse trinkets and homewares that are perfect for presents. For example, Yellaka, a local Aboriginal dance, and culture group have handmade jewellery to symbolise strength, identity, and wisdom. These products are a testament to their learnings and pride in their identity and culture. This social enterprise supports young Aboriginal people in their cultural and spiritual renewal. Wear them, hang them, and decorate your home with these colourful products.
Make sure you check out Daintree chocolates, Made on Minjerribah ceramics, textiles, and prints, plus our hand-made clutches from Cambodia. Our shoulder and featherweight bags are designed by Warlukurlangu artists. We even sell natural, green-based skincare, if you’re looking to treat yourself.
If you live in Burnside SA 5066, come spend the day in Glenelg. Come for a day of art by the beach. Contact us on 0410 481 237.