Creative Community. Ellis House Art Centre.

Paintings exhibited at Ellis House Art Centre Bayswater

Ellis House was built in the early 1900s. It was the first dairy farm in the Bayswater District and is a great example of early settler architecture. 

The house was fully refurbished, in 1995 in a joint undertaking by the City of Bayswater, the Department of Employment, Education and Training, the Morley CES and the Wearne Training Centre.

Now, Ellis House Art Centre brings art to the community and supports local emerging artists through art exhibitions and classes.

Steve Lay from Lay2 Real Estate Bayswater caught up with Ellis House Art Centre chairperson, Caroline Friend, for a chat about the space and what it offers the local community.

A Piece of Oz

Steve recently live streamed a preview of the current exhibition from his Facebook page. It is called ‘A Piece of Oz’ and is an exhibition by Vincent Mulé & Peter Campagna.

This free exhibition will be on display at Ellis House from 20th August – 6th September, Thursdays to Sundays from 10am – 4pm.

‘A Piece of Oz’ at Ellis House Art Centre

‘A Piece of Oz’ is an exhibition by Vincent Mulé & Peter Campagna.This free exhibition will be on display at Ellis House Art Centre – Art Gallery at 116 Milne St, Bayswater from 20th August – 6th September, Thursdays to Sundays from 10am – 4pm.Vincent Mulé & Peter Campagna are Ellis House artists and in this exhibition share pieces with an Australian theme.Peter and Vincent have been working independently but have recognised that there are similarities with their works. They have decided to take this Australian theme one step further, by consolidating their existing and current works to bring it together as one continuous coherent theme with the inclusion of new, exciting pieces.The outback, regions and local aspects of the characters and geological features of this vast and beautiful country can be found within this collection.

Posted by Steve Lay – Lay2 Real Estate on Thursday, August 20, 2020

Vincent Mulé & Peter Campagna are Ellis House artists and in this exhibition share pieces with an Australian theme.

Peter and Vincent have been working independently but have recognised that there are similarities with their works. They have decided to take this Australian theme one step further, by consolidating their existing and current works to bring it together as one continuous coherent theme with the inclusion of new, exciting pieces.

The outback, regions and local aspects of the characters and geological features of this vast and beautiful country can be found within this collection.

Membership

An Ellis House Art Centre community membership is only $40 per year and provides the following  benefits:

  • Exhibit at any of the member’s exhibitions (three times a year)
  • Receive discounts at a range of local art suppliers
  • Have the opportunity to become an ‘Artist in Residence’
  • Organise your own 3-week exhibition
  • Promote your artist profile on their website
  • Use the tranquil gardens or light filled veranda and rooms at Ellis House to create art during opening hours. They have a great range of easels and kitchen facilities to get your creative juices flowing
  • Be up to date with the latest news, events and exhibitions

Contact Details

Visit Ellis House Art Centre at 116 Milne St, Bayswater. Their opening hours are Thursdays and Fridays 10am – 4pm & Saturdays and Sundays 10am – 5pm.

Find them online at ellishousearts.com.au, on Facebook and Instagram.


Steve from Lay2 Real Estate has 28 years real estate experience matching buyers with sellers in Bayswater and the surrounding suburbs of Maylands, Bassendean, Morley, Mount Lawley, Bedford and Embleton.

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