Gellibrand River Gallery

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14 Main Road, Gellibrand, VIC, 3239
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Buy local art. Learn in a workshop. Relax in a cosy cottage.

Deb Gartland has been owner/manager of, and artist in residence at Gellibrand River Gallery since December 2014. Deb is a self-taught traditional and contemporary fine art photographer, who goes around with a head full of ideas.

Deb runs a variety of workshops for both adults and children such as Encaustic Painting, Linocut Printing and Felting.

Supporting artists, Gellibrand River Gallery provides a consignment sales opportunity for 15 artists within the Colac Otway Shire. Locally hand-made works range from art glass, jewellery and paintings to photography, textiles and woodwork.

Adjoining the Gallery is a fully self-contained two bedroom cottage accommodating up to four people. The cottage is perfectly situated to recharge, explore and enjoy the natural beauty of the Otways National Park.

Gellibrand River is a picturesque village located approximately two hours drive from Melbourne and 20 minutes drive South of Colac. It is the perfect spot for accessing much of South West Victoria including the Old Beechy Rail Trail, Forrest mountain bike trails and Lake Elizabeth. Waterfalls, the Great Ocean Road and the Californian Redwoods near Beech Forest are nearby.

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