Inverell Art Gallery
The Inverell Art Gallery is a community gallery operated by the Inverell Art Society with a diverse range of original art and craft items on display and for sale. They hold varying styles of exhibitions throughout the year, featuring both local and visiting artists.
The Gallery is placed within two unique heritage buildings, the old School of Arts building built in 1877, and Butler Hall which served as a supper room for balls and other social events.
The buildings were combined in 1995 to accommodate a fast-growing Art Gallery. The Gallery is also home to over 100 art acquisitions purchased on behalf of the community, for the community.
The "Meandering Macintyre" footpath mosaic is located outside the Art Gallery. The mosaic was constructed on 90 by 120-centimetre panels joined to form a 94-metre long path, which depicts native Australian wildflower, local birds, insects, fish, animals and reptiles, and represents the flow of the Macintyre River, which flows through Inverell.
Disabled access available, contact operator for details.