Braemar House and Braemar Gallery's Sculpture Garden. Sculptures by Laurent Rivory. Photo by Silversalt Photography.

Opened in 1988, Braemar Gallery is a community non-commercial gallery, hosting changing exhibitions each month that showcase works of local and regional artists. The gallery presents an annual program of exhibitions from local artists coordinated by a Management Committee and run by a team of volunteers.

Braemar Gallery is proud to support Hub Upstairs Gallery located next door on level 1 of the Blue Mountains Theatre and Community Hub.

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Address: 104 Macquarie Road, Springwood, NSW 2777

Opening Hours: 10am – 4pm | Thursday – Sunday 

Admission: Free

Access: Wheelchair access is available through the main door with a wheelchair ramp.

Contact: Email or phone the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre on 02 4780 5410.

Applications to Exhibit: Information on exhibiting at Braemar Gallery and The Hub Upstairs Gallery is detailed under the Opportunities page.

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Annual exhibition by Braemar Gallery volunteers

17 Jul to 25 Aug

The Spirit of the Blue Mountains is the annual group exhibition by the Braemar Gallery volunteers. With a diverse group of artists, this exhibition is a wonderful celebration of the artistic talents within our volunteer team. With works ranging from watercolours to sculpture, the artists have united under the common theme and share their passion for the region. 

Official opening 11am on Saturday 17 August

Image: CHRISTINE HYDE Meandering Creek (detail) 2024, inks on wood panel, 60cm x 70cm

Laurent Rivory's Tumbling Eagle and The Defiant

Public Sculpture Garden

Our Public Sculpture Garden is always open on the lawns of Braemar House for everyone to enjoy!

In July 2024, we welcomed new works by Laurent Rivory: Tumbling Eagle and The Defiant. This highly abstracted sculpture represents an eagle in the dramatic moments of capturing a prey mid-flight. The quartz gem and use of stainless steel create dramatic contrasts and shadows. The steel used in this sculpture is salvaged steel in keeping with Rivory’s commitment to a sustainable art practice