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About Us

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The Gallery has 4 main exhibition spaces, 2 main galleries and a premium and collectible art gallery space.


Established 1975 Cooks Hill Galleries is one of Australia’s leading commercial art galleries. The Gallery presents regular exhibitions and features art within four rooms, with artworks from a quality stable of Australian artists, from contemporary to colonial i.e. Brett Whiteley to Conrad Martens.

The art on offer includes Abstract, Modern, Impressionism, Surrealism, and Traditional. CHG also deals in painting and sculpture from emerging artists.

CHG Director Mark Widdup has over 44 years experience in dealing Australian art and offering art services including valuations, appraisals and assessments, art advice and buying or selling support.

We also offer the opportunity to preview artworks in your home or office prior to purchase and have interest free payment plans to help you own the art you love.

Gallery I - Is the major gallery space of 4 exhibiting rooms. It features two walls flooded with natural light from skylights above. As such the interior room has a feeling or reference to the outside. All wall areas of the room present the artwork equally well.

Gallery II - Adjacent to room one often becomes the overflow gallery should a feature exhibition not fit in gallery one. It was added to the gallery’s original space in 1980-81. Overhead lighting and half roof beams are a highlight.

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Gallery III
- Is the original gallery’s room which has open windows to the front courtyard and street and the other end French doors enter onto an inner courtyard. This room features an array if differing sized walls ideal for small-medium sized artworks. Recently this room has become dedicated to our Collectable artworks.

Gallery IV - Also looks out to the front courtyard and street; it features smaller contemporary artworks and it has its own character which encourages a closer look at the works on displays.


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