Profiling and promoting local artists
The Ipswich Art Gallery recognises the importance of the arts to our community by fostering and encouraging both established and emerging artists from the Ipswich region.
The Gallery regularly presents a balanced program of curated exhibitions including works by groups of artists from the Ipswich region, as well as solo exhibitions in the Ipswich Art Gallery's Stage Gallery space.
If you would like to know more about exhibition opportunities, please read our Ipswich Artist Exhibition Proposal information package.
Past Ipswich Artist Exhibitions
27 Aug 2022 — 30 Oct 2022
Jason McNamara is a self-taught photographer living and working in Ipswich.
25 Jun 2022 — 21 Aug 2022
First Nations artist Sally Harrison lives and works in Ipswich.
23 Apr 2022 — 19 Jun 2022
Every day stories from every day people...
12 Feb 2022 — 18 Apr 2022
Heart of the Tree presents a stunning selection of turned timber vessels and sculptures – each paying homage to the tree from which it was formed by highlighting the unique character and grain of its timber.
14 Aug 2021 — 24 Oct 2021
The artworks by local artist Jodi Bowen capture the atmosphere of an outsider looking in.
20 Feb 2021 — 18 Apr 2021
Local artist Glen Smith is a well-known Ipswich personality, CBD business owner and champion for community art.
14 Nov 2020 — 14 Feb 2021
Living in Ipswich presents a charismatic and quirky selection of Ipswich’s ‘Queenslander’ houses, each recreated in miniature as a glazed ceramic sculpture.
19 Sep 2020 — 08 Nov 2020
This exhibition presents recent work by Ipswich-based artist Kylie Stevens, reflecting her deep connection and reverence for nature.
12 Jun 2020 — 30 Aug 2020
This exhibition presents recent works by Merton Chambers concerning environmental destruction and universal hunger.
13 Jul 2019 — 07 Oct 2019
Madeleine Kelly takes images of local flowers and seed pods as a starting point and interweaves them with disparate images drawn from a variety of sources.
11 May 2019 — 07 Jul 2019
Kate has called Ipswich home for most of her life and is well-known for her jewellery works and wearable art.
22 Sep 2018 — 11 Nov 2018
Originally from Sydney, Kate Douglas fell in love with Ipswich and now resides on the banks of the Bremer River.
28 Jul 2018 — 16 Sep 2018
In his latest exhibition titled Theory of Flaw, local artist Matthew Cheyne is taking his work in a new direction.
26 May 2018 — 22 Jul 2018
These new sculptures by Christopher Trotter are created from natural objects and discarded machinery.
02 Mar 2018 — 20 May 2018
See the diversity and skill of local Ipswich artists in this display featuring works that have been acquired for the Ipswich Art Gallery Collection.
19 Aug 2017 — 16 Oct 2017
Lyne Marshall is a modern artist traveller whose explorations, and the experiences encountered in the landscape, provide the inspiration for her artworks.
12 Oct 2016 — 06 Nov 2016
Repeating patterns dominate the organic environment. The designs found in nature are often echoed when decorating or building human habitats.
12 Jun 2012 — 02 Sep 2012
Art has always played an important role in the life of Indigenous Australians, connecting the people with the land, the past with the present, and passing on stories and traditions of one of the world’s oldest continuing cultures.