Colville Gallery is a Hobart based gallery specializing in Contemporary and Modern Fine Art. The Gallery presents works by contemporary Tasmanian and Australian artists featuring paintings, works on paper, photography and sculpture in an annual program of curated exhibitions. Selected International Artists are also periodically shown. Colville Gallery actively promotes its represented artists through participation in national art events and art fairs including Melbourne Art Foundation Art Fair.
Established in 2004 in Colville Street Hobart, it moved to its current Salamanca Place location in 2009 after acquiring the Salamanca Collection, the oldest continuously running Hobart gallery, originally established by Marjorie Hill in 1969.
COLLECT Art Purchase Scheme
Colville Street Art Gallery is a proud partner of the COLLECT Art Purchase Scheme.
The first scheme of its type in Australia, The COLLECT Art Purchase Scheme is an interest free loan program that enables you to purchase works by contemporary Tasmanian artists.
All Australian residents can apply to the scheme which can only be accessed through a select group of Tasmanian galleries. You can buy sculpture, glasswork, ceramics, paintings, drawings, photography, furniture, jewelry, any artwork by a Tasmanian living artists that retails between $550 and $11,500. The minimum amount you can borrow is $1,000 and the maximum is $8,500. This means that you can buy a number of lower priced works retailing at $550 upwards, or with a deposit of $3,000 you can buy a single $11,500 work. There are no application or administrative costs. The only cost is the retail price of the artwork.
For further information, including the Terms and Conditions visit www.collect-art.com.au. The COLLECT Art Purchase Scheme is an initiative of Arts Tasmania through its industry development program.
Director Trudi Curtis - Art Historian & Curator.
Established Colville Gallery 2004 as a Hobart based gallery specializing in modern fine art representing contemporary Tasmanian and Australian artists.
Established the Lloyd Rees Art Prize in 2012
Extensive Public and Private Arts Sector experience including:
Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery,
The University of Tasmania Fine Art Collection,
Joseph Brown Gallery
Christies Auction House, Australia
Extensive experience in Registration, Documentation and Research of Tasmanian and Australian art, including the curation and development of exhibitions.
Accredited Commonwealth Valuer, undertaking research and documentation of a wide range of artworks for the Commonwealth Cultural Gifts Program; valuations of Public collections including Parliament House Tasmania, and private collections across Australia.