Shepparton Art Museum, Shepparton

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Art Museum Museum
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Reviews
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  • I'm not much of an art lover, but I have enjoyed viewing both well known works as well as work by the locals. Meter parking is available just outside, and free parking out the back.  more »
  • Great collection of Australian ceramics ... well curated and beautifully displayed. Plus works by a selected contemporary artist showcased at the entry.  more »
  • With free entry and beautiful art, it's something people just must do when in the area. There's a remarkably realistic and truly beautiful 'woman and child' sculpture amongst other things. Dotted abou...  more »
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  • Good mixture of classical and new age art work. Easy to find parking. Friendly guide.
  • Well worth a vist! The realistic lady and child sculpture is a "must see" with free entry to some other lovely art in a beautiful setting.
  • A delicate gallery showing 80 years of art collection in Shepparton with free entrance.
  • Excellent current exhibition celebrating 80 years of the museum's/gallery. Also the indigenous ceramic awards - interesting exhibits.
  • Good Gallery... Neat and clean. Free entrance. Cooperative Staff. Photography is allowed. There are some painting, some ceramic items and some aboriginal art items. Main attraction is the " Woman and child" sculpture by Sam Jinks, made in 2010, around 145 cm tall. It's awesome. The gallery is spread across 2 floors; permanent collection is being shown on ground floor. Temporary exhibitions on first floor. Currently, exhibition of 5 artists is being shown in Feb-16. It also has a small cafe and a shop for selling small ceramic art items and postcards.