We are a contemporary space dedicated to showcasing regional and Australian art, and artisans. Monthly exhibitions feature established and emerging artists. Also on display and for sale is a selection of contemporary jewellery, ceramics and stationery handmade by local and regional designers.
The aim of the Gallery is to provide an opportunity for talented artists to promote their work, as well as bring together a range of handmade and beautiful pieces from artisans mostly within a 100K radius. Gallery34 is a place where people can visit, relax and appreciate the artwork as well as the atmosphere.
Located in the old Commercial Bank Building the renovated gallery space offers an open viewing area for the art as well as a café serving organic Fair-trade coffee and cakes. Our seasonal meals are made from local, organic and free-range produce with the menu reflecting what is being picked from our home garden at the time, and complimented by the discerning selection of local wines, beers, ciders and brewed ginger beer.
The original bank vault is fascinating to explore, and provides the perfect setting for displaying our artisan’s wares.
The courtyard, featuring Darren Gilbert’s sculptures and pots brimming with herbs and other edibles, is the perfect place for children to draw on the blackboard and play, while others enjoy their breakfast and morning papers.
Opening onto the same courtyard, Manna Fest Cafe Showroom presents local products, such as jams, chutneys, soaps, oils and handspun and dyed yarns. The original Yea Chronicle building is the perfect place to show off the superbly crafted pieces by timber artist Gary Male, and glass architect Susan Pickworth.