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Bungendore Wood Works Gallery is a privately owned and operated, commercial gallery.
We are always on the lookout for new and interesting work, and we are happy to consider approaches by artist/makers who feel their work would be commercially viable to the Bungendore Wood Works Gallery.
The Gallery represents and displays the work of over 200 makers and artists from around Australia and, to a limited degree, from overseas. If you are interested in showcasing your work at the Gallery, please email through the information below.
Please do not bring artwork directly to the Gallery.
Contact details (postal address, email and phone number)
Images of work
A short biography, and history as an artist (if applicable)
ABN, or legal status as an artist
If you are registered for GST
Details of other galleries you have exhibited your work
Websites your work is currently on.
The Gallery has its retail commission rate, and is also obliged to include GST as part of the retail price.
Our Selection Process
When an approach or proposal is received it will be considered by the artistic director, exhibition coordinator and key staff members to determine the suitability of the work and its commercial viability for the Gallery.
If your work is deemed suitable a Gallery representative will contact you to make arrangements for supply. Initially, this is usually a small number of pieces (usually three or four) for display. A trial period will take place to assess public interest in the work. Following the trial the work will be re-assessed regarding interest and/or sales. It may be retained, exchanged for other works or returned to you after this assessment.
Any work from artist/makers not considered suitable for the Gallery will be returned within a reasonable time frame.
We may also ask to keep your details on file for possible future reference.
In the spirit of reconciliation we acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of our land - the Ngunnawal and Ngambri peoples - and their continued connection to land, sea and community. We pay our respects to their elders past, present and emerging.