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Brenda May Gallery

Brenda May established Access Gallery in Sydney in 1985 to support emerging Australian artists. The Gallery moved to the Danks Street complex when it opened in 2001 and continues its support of Australian artists by hosting a broad range of solo and thematic exhibitions.
In an effort to reaffirm our commitment to the exhibition of sculpture, the Gallery’s original space doubled in size in January 2008 - just in time for the annual sculpture exhibition. An extensive ‘open’ stockroom of movable racks completes this user-friendly gallery.
The Gallery is a regular exhibitor at the Melbourne Art Fair and is a member of the Australian Commercial Galleries Association.

WATERLOO SYDNEY NSW

Australia
Address:
2 Danks Street
2017
Phone: +61 2 9318 1122
Fax: +61 2 9318 1007
Website: www.brendamaygallery.com.au


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Artists Represented

The Gallery currently represents a small group of artists including Robert Boynes, Jim Croke, Sybil Curtis, James Guppy, Melinda Le Guay, Angela Macdougall, Carol Murphy, Marc Standing, Lezlie Tilley, Peter Tilley and Hadyn Wilson.
In addition, the Gallery supports a number of up and coming artists who we regularly exhibit in our group exhibitions and whose work is available for sale in our stockroom including, Lorraine Biggs, Will Coles, Liz Deckers, Irianna Kanellopoulou, Waratah Lahy, William Lungas, Helen Mueller, Al Munro, Mylyn Nguyen, Leslie Oliver, Patsy Payne, Anne Ross, Amanda Schulz, Liz Stops, Clare Toms, David Tucker.


Current Exhibitions

Sculpture 2009 - Animal Farm
Jan 14 - Feb 7


Previous Exhibitions

James Guppy
Sept 9 - Oct 4

Rodney Simmons
Sept 9 - Oct 4

Waratah Lahy
Oct 7 to Nov 1

Andrew Best
Oct 7 - Nov 1

Angela Macdougall
Nov 2 - Nov 29

Liz Deckers
Nov 2 - Nov 29


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News

In July 2008 we launched a comprehensive new website. We will continue to add to this site creating an archive of the Gallery, our artists and exhibition program.
Currently available on-line are exhibitions from Jan 2007 to Dec 2008.
You are also welcome to subscribe to our email invitation list or update your details at any time.
www.brendamaygallery.com.au


Location And Getting There

2 Danks Street is an exciting new arts hub on the fringe of Sydney's CBD. It offers visitors an ever-changing array of exhibitions within its eight permanent gallery spaces. The Depot Gallery also provides a hire space for galleries looking for a temporary Sydney venue. In addition, the complex also houses the multi-award winning cafe and bar, Danks Street Depot.


Opening Times

Tuesday to Friday 11am - 6pm, Saturday 10am - 6pm, Sunday 11am - 4pm