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Galleries in Guildford


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Dr Russell's Imaginarium

A quirky shop featuring a unusual and comprehensive mix of hidden, vintage treasures.

  • Galleries:Art Gallery
  • Open Days/times:Wednesday - Thursday 10am - 3pm, Saturday 10am - 4pm, Sunday 12 - 4pm

Details

  • Open Days:Saturday,Sunday,Wednesday,Thursday

Description

Phil Russell, owner of Dr Russell's Imaginarium has spent a lifetime gathering quirky, antique collectables, putting them all on display at his store in Guildford, hidden away in the peaceful Ethel Street courtyard.

Including an impressive range of original Star Wars memorabilia, Dr Russell's Imaginarium boasts a fascinating collection of old telephones, glassware, toys, coins, as well as figurines, signs and bottles from the last few decades.

You'll spend way longer than you planned exploring the weird and wonderful wares that Dr Russell has collected over the years - there might even be a piece you want to take home to start that vintage collection of your own!

Guildford Village Potters

Excellent gallery with range of original handcrafted pottery. Chat to the potters in this historic location.

  • Galleries:Pottery,Painting
  • Open Days/times:Monday - Sunday 10am - 4pm (closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day, Good Friday and ANZAC Day)

Details

  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Also functions as a Swan Valley Visitor Information Centre.

Stories on the Wall

Stories on the Wall uses art in a decorative way, and art that can be used as tables, chairs, and shelves! Furthermore, using recycled timber furniture helps reduce environmental impact by recycling and minimizing the use of synthetic materials!

  • Galleries:Painting,Furniture
  • Open Days/times:Wednesday – Sunday 10am – 5pm

Details

  • Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Stories on the Wall is a result of a lifetime of experiences all combined with an artistic background, lifetime travels, and living in 3 different continents. A combination of different cultures creates richness and beauty in unique ways. This is a story which started with love. Bonnie coming from Milwaukee, Wisconsin, met her French husband, Paul, 35 years ago in Paris. Ever since then they have expanded their boundaries, and developed a harmony in a way of life which was always unique! Living in France contributed to their exclusive taste for quality, and individuality. Where America taught them how to go after a dream, and widen their horizons. And Australia where everything became united, finding a half way mark between the 2 countries, and discovering a culture of outdoor living, simplicity, and wellbeing. Paul directed a company with 35 French clothing shops and was keen on business, and Bonnie was on the other end, dreaming up paintings, putting together exhibitions and taking care of their 3 children in happy way.


With Australia in view, Paul opened 5 clothing shops and settled in Perth with his traveling family. Bonnie continued painting with new inspiration, and captured amazing beauty of her new country. Exhibitions were a part of her life, and one day had an opportunity to do a quick exhibition in the shop that is now called “Stories on the Wall”, in honor of the many stories held within each painting. The expo was only scheduled for a week or two, but the reactions were so strong, and welcoming that the shop was kept as a permanent gallery!


With the walls full of colours attracting passerby, the interior looked a little empty. It was then the furniture came about. Reclaimed timber furniture made out of old fishing boats from the tropical islands of Indonesia. Recycled, naturally weathered, unique colours, and original, the furniture is an artwork by itself. The gallery became complete, using art in a decorative way, and art that could be used as tables, chairs, and shelves! Furthermore, using recycled timber furniture helps reduce environmental impact by recycling and minimizing the use of synthetic materials! 

The Artists Nook

A boutique art and homewares shop located in the beautiful Ethel Street Courtyard in Guildford, Western Australia.

  • Open Days/times:Wednesday -Sunday 10am - 3pm
  • Represented Artists:Nicola Cowie & Katherine Ferguson
  • Galleries:Mixed Media,Print Making,Artist Studio,Art Gallery,Ceramics,Craft,Drawing,Jewellery,Painting,Pottery,Textiles

Details

  • Open Days:Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday

Description

Owned by artists Nicola Cowie and Katherine C Ferguson, The Artists Nook is a sweet little shop tucked away in the beatiful Ethel Street courtyard in Guildford. Filled to the brim with beautiful artwork, homewares and accessories by local creatives. The Artists Nook Workshops are in full swing, join in on the creative fun and learn some new arty skills with an ever changing array of classes to choose from!

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