12 of our talented ‘Gallery In The Corridor’ artists displaying works around the themes of ‘faces’ or ‘places’. The artwork will be displayed in the beautiful rooms of ‘Heck House’, a 119 year old homestead build in 1914. Gold coin entry donations are much appreciated. This exhibition runs for two weeks, Sept 16th – 30th, open 9am – 3pm daily. OPENING NIGHT held Friday Sept 15th, 5pm – 7pm. While at the Beenleigh Historical Village & Museum, why not not make a day of it by wondering the museum and parkland grounds, visit the newly reopened cafe, ‘Station 4207’, and enjoy a delicious breakfast or lunch.

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Gallery In The Corridor displays quality, original artworks and craft made by local artists. Located inside the Beenleigh Historical Village and Museum, in ‘Saverin House’, the gallery is always jam packed full of diverse art at affordable prices. The artists who display here also man the counter and are always up for a chat, often working on their art during the day in the gallery! The artwork changes regularly in the main gallery and the artists also have several special larger exhibitions on throughout the year, houses in other parts of the museum grounds. The artists also hold a monthly Paint & Sip on the deck of the cafe that you can book online.
While you are there, make sure you check out the gift shop, brimming with wonderful, handmade and unique gifts and cards; the best place for Christmas shopping!

The Gallery In The Corridor is open 7 days, 9am – 3pm. If you are heading to the gallery or the cafe, entry into the village is free of charge. Why not wonder the grounds of the museum and enjoy the many historical displays. Museum entry is $10 for adults, $8 for concession card holders, and $6 for children. Check in at the Museum front desk to receive your entry wristband.

Meet Our Artists

Kristy Flynn

My name is Kristy. I currently reside on the East Coast of Australia in Brisbane. As an artist with no formal art training I began my art journey in watercolours while at home with my first child. It wasn’t until 2013 that I really began to take my art seriously and enrolled into some workshops and weekly tutoring. Through different techniques and mediums, I discovered an affinity with acrylics and haven’t looked back. You will notice that animals are my passion and I have recently added some humour into my work along with the bright colours. I have participated in numerous local group exhibitions, won a fair few People’s Choice awards and sold numerous works of art. I have donated to charities, school auctions, raffles and a few commissions. Since 2015 my art has opened up opportunities for teaching workshops and as an Artist in Residence at a Primary School which I love. It allows me to show everything I have learned over the years and give back to the children. I hope my art continues to brighten up my life as well as others. Kristy 🙂

Trudy Laing

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Jackson Reilly

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Jillian Beardsworth

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Pamela Driver

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Lynette Gawne

Lynette was born one of 10 children and lived in a small country town in rural NSW.

The joy of seeing and being part of this every day has instilled in Lynette a love for nature with all its many faces, colours, patterns, tones.
Lynette brings all of these elements into her artwork as she tries to capture the movement, reflection and essence of her subjects
Lynette’s preferred mediums are oil, acrylic and pastel.
As a passionate artist Lynette can only see  her art improving and growing as she becomes more creative.
 ” When I paint I love to challenge myself by choosing subjects that I know will test me and push me further than I’ve been before”

Anne Hackwood

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John Drake

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Fiona Himing

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Gael Kennett

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Brian McCulloch

Brian is a recently retired Architect. Retirement has given him more time to spend with his blended family (five kids and eight grandkids) and to pursue his main passions golf and art.
Inspiration for his art generally comes from personal experience which often reflects his love for the natural environment. Brian has an affinity with the ocean and other large expanses of water, as well as a love of birds and native wildlife.
Brian has been experimenting with a variety of genre, styles, media and techniques however most works are acrylic on canvas with a substantial amount of pen and ink detailing
His paintings are generally a realistic interpretation of the subject matter with a hint of graphic art and impressionism. Brian does not currently have his own online presence but you can find examples of his work on the Gallery In The Corridor’s Facebook and Instagram pages.

Kandie Rapley

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Maria Ortlik

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Tony Hunter

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