I was so proud to be a trained docent at the incredible National Gallery of Singapore. I was involved with the opening in 2015 and was able to guide many great in-house exhibitions such as Yayoi Kusama, Tang da Wu, Guanzhong ,as well as from TATE Britain, Centre Pompidou, Musee d’Orsay.

The National Gallery Singapore oversees the largest public collection of modern art in Singapore and Southeast Asia. The Gallery is housed in two national monuments—former Supreme Court and City Hall—that have been beautifully restored and transformed into this exciting venue in the heart of the Civic District.


Jayes Gallery is a country gallery that has been very kind to me. I had an exhibition there called 'Beyond the Great Divide' It showcased the work from the Bathurst exhibition, 'The Great Divide' but also had paintings of the town of Molong where the gallery is situated. I loved exhibiting in the group show curated by Rex Irwin from Olsen Irwin Gallery, Sydney and being hung alongside etchings from the great master Goya!


Have a look at Michael Reids' gorgeous gallery in Murrurrundi where you can buy paintings from the exhibition 'The Long View'. Michael Reid also has galleries in Sydney and Berlin.    


 This is a link to the Artist Residency program in the village  


Hill End, where I have my studio back in Australia, is also home to the amazing Hill End Press where beautiful handmade stationary is created along with amazing art.

You can visit Bill and Genevieve and see what they are up to at Hill End Press 


Clare is a British Artist whose work is collected internationally by private collectors. Clare currently resides in London after living in Singapore for 8 years where she was working from a studio alongside a Black and White House a few minutes from Orchard Road. Clare's work has been purchased by The Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Commercially Clare has designed textiles for Tangs of Singapore, Liberty's of London & Isetan Japan.

Shop Clare Haxby Fine Art Prints

Merryn Trevethan

Since moving to Singapore in 2014, Trevethan’s practice has evolved to focus on our relationship to living in increasingly globalised cities, constantly in a state of flux. She uses her observations of the cityscape to tease out the uncertainty of perception and the complexity of vision. Trevethan works across a range of disciplines including public art, wall works, paintings, drawings, sculptural forms and artists books, all linked by her use of colour. She employs these disciplines in combination to create spatially ambiguous works that remind us of the turbulence and limitations of visual perception; acting as a parallel to the economic, accelerated world of instantaneous transactions in which we often experience a mental and emotional disorientation.


Jill has lived in Aix for many years and runs painting workshops in Provence

Bathurst Regional Art Gallery

The Gallery is a creator of quality in house and touring exhibitions, and operates the nationally renowned Hill End Artists in Residence Program. BRAG is a well-equipped and professionally staffed facility owned and operated by Bathurst Regional Council.

Western Plains Cultural Centre

The Western Plains Cultural Centre is home to the Dubbo Regional Art Gallery, Dubbo Regional Museum and Outlook Cafe. Open everyday 10am - 4pm (6pm on Friday).