Red Hill Gallery’s annual sale starts on January 15 featuring more than 2000 pieces of art, from original paintings and works on paper to fine glass, ceramics, sculpture and jewellery. With discounts anywhere between 10 and 60 per cent off original prices, this is Brisbane’s BIGGEST art sale.

Gallery director Margaret Campbell-Ryder said, “Artists make a living by selling their work, and every piece they sell gives them the opportunity to produce something new. The sale is a two-week window where you will be able to buy extraordinary Australian art at significantly discounted prices.”

Open  to the general public on Saturday 16 January, the sale will continue daily until Sunday 31 January and after this period the artworks will return to their original prices. If you have never purchased a piece of fine art the Sale at Red Hill Gallery is the perfect time to put your toe in the water and visit the gallery, you might be pleasantly surprised at what a wonderful world you discover.

“Art can be a lifelong passion of learning and collecting so why not start NOW by visiting the Gallery and picking up a bargain at the same time.  Art will last you a lifetime and give you pleasure every single day. Enjoy your journey into our artistic world!” Margaret said.

Stay tuned to Facebook to see sneak-peeks of sale items or inquire after your favourite artist by contacting the gallery from Friday January 15, 2021.

Participating artists include Regina Noakes, internationally renowned and collected figurative artist, Katherine Wood, contemporary landscape painter, Jamie Boyd, master painter and son of the late Arthur Boyd, Herman Pekel, master impressionist artist, John Maitland, contemporary figurative painter, Nick Olsen, contemporary cityscape painter, Karen Atkins, whimsically romantic narrative painter, Todd Whisson, contemporary landscape painter, and Bill Powell, contemporary sculptor and ceramic artist.

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