Camden Fine Art Gallery was established in 1994 to represent some of Australia’s emerging and leading artists. Contemporary, traditional and representational works in many forms of media are exhibited. Many gallery artists have won major and regional art awards and are represented in private and institutional collections throughout Australia and the world.

2017 Christmas Exhibition

7-9 December 2017

Featuring new works by gallery artists alongside pre-owned paintings by established Australian artists; contemporary jewellery by local artisan Liz Stephenson; and enamel pendants and brooches by Norma Alce. Vintage pottery, porcelain, books and jewellery, will also be exhibited.

View in person at Camden Civic Centre (Undercroft Foyer) Oxley Street, Camden.
Thursday 7 December: 9.30am – 7pm
Friday 8 December: 9.30am – 7pm
Saturday 9 December: 9.30am – 3pm

Click here to view a selection of works. Additional works will be on display at the Camden Civic Centre.

Image: Gary Baker, Werombi Wattles I, $450, 31x25cm.

2017 Winter Exhibition: 15-17 June 2017

Our June exhibition featured major paintings, etchings and prints by gallery artists and some additional end of financial year ‘specials’ from most artists exhibiting major works. Collectables and jewellery were also available.

Artists included Gary Baker, Jennifer Jackson, Madeleine Szymanski, Sue Gasser, Doreen Shaw, Sarah Howard, George Sayers and Steve Roach.

A number of works remain available and can be viewed by appointment with Nan Howard (via email or on 0419 431 854).

Click here to view a selection of works from the exhibition.

Image: Sarah Howard, Tranquility II, $175, 27.5x21.5cm (frame), 13x7cm (image)

Sarah Howard, Tranquility II, $175, 27.5x21.5cm (frame), 13x7cm (image)

Steve Roach: Macarthur Landmarks

Steve Roach was a valued member of the Macarthur community who used his artistic talents in drawing a range of historical and community landmarks from around the Macarthur region. We are pleased to offer A4 prints of the works for $15 each.

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Please note: the black title text does not appear on the prints.

Steve Roach: Duntroon

In 1980 Steve Roach was commissioned to draw various buildings and sites at the Royal Military College, Duntroon, ACT.  The original eight drawings are displayed in Duntroon House, a fine example of colonial architecture built in 1833, which is now the officers’ mess.

These A3 size prints have been reproduced from a set of prints published at the completion of the commissions. The original set of prints forms part of the estate of the late Steve Roach. Individual prints are available for purchase for $60 or the full set of eight can be purchased for $420.

Click here to view the full series.

Please note: black title text does not appear on the prints available for purchase.

March 2017: Gary Baker

We are pleased to feature works by award-winning Camden artist Gary Baker. Click here to view.

Works can be viewed by appointment with Nan Howard.

Gary Baker, Nepean Vista, SOLD, 49x62cm

Congratulations

Congratulations to our gallery artists who have enjoyed success in recent competitions.

Gary Baker: Highly Commended, Traditional, 2016 Camden Art Prize.

Jane Bennett: First prize, Rural Subject and/or Landscape Painting, 2016 Sydney Royal Easter Show.

Sarah Howard: First prize, Abstract, 2016 Camden Show, and Commended, Works on Paper, 2016 Camden Art Prize.

Doreen Shaw: Highly Commended, Marine/Seascape Painting, 2016 Sydney Royal Easter Show.

Steve Roach: Original sketches from Lithgow and Hartley Valley

Steve Roach was the illustrator of Lithgow and Hartley Valley Sketchbook, the text of which was written by Iris Paridaens, published by Rigby in 1978. These original drawings have been offered by the estate of the late Steve Roach.

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Steve Roach, The Royal Hotel Hartley $200

Gallery artists

Artists represented by Camden Fine Art Gallery are listed below. Click on an artist name to view information and works for sale. 

For more information about the gallery or its artists, or to view or purchase works, please contact us.