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Heide Makers' Market

  • Heide Museum of Modern Art - sculpture park 7 Templestowe Road Bulleen VIC 3105 Australia (map)

Want to see some of my current works in person and other juicy art? And walk through the beautiful grounds that house the Heide Museum of Modern Art? You're in luck! I will have a stall at the Makers' Market Saturday October 13th from 10am-3pm. 

Drop in, say hi, and come spend some time (and maybe some money) supporting local artists at the Makers' Market at the beautiful Heide Museum of Modern Art.. I'll be there with some of my current works-- acrylic and watercolour paintings, hand-painted canvas goodies, and prints.. and maybe a few other sneaky surprises.

Museum grounds are located at 7 Templestowe Road, Bulleen . It's a beautiful bike ride in, but if you operate on four wheels, there is limited free parking as well. I'll see you there! Bring your friends, your family, and your dog! 

About the Makers' Market...

Heide Makers' Market is a collaboration between two well loved Melbourne institutions - Heide Museum of Modern Art and The Rose St. Artists' Market.

Set in the picturesque surrounds of the Heide Museum of Modern Art sculpture park, Heide Makers' Market is the perfect space for makers to showcase their works to the world.

Come join us for an eclectic mix of art, design, handcrafted goods and tasty treats all made with skill by our talented stallholders.

Find us here:
Heide Museum of Modern Art - Sculpture Park
7 Templestowe Road, Bulleen VIC 3105
Once per month from 10am until 3pm.

About Heide Museum of Modern Art...

Once the home of Melbourne art patrons, John and Sunday Reed, Heide Museum of Modern Art, or Heide as it is affectionately known, is a unique combination of art, architecture, social history and landscape just twenty minutes from Melbourne's CBD. With three galleries, stunning architecture and fifteen acres of gardens and sculpture park to explore, there is something for everyone at Heide.

There are over 30 stunning sculptures to discover across the 15 acre site including works by Anish Kapoor, Anthony Caro and Neil Taylor. Jeff Thomson’s iconic Cows (1987) are a playful reminder of the museum’s dairy farm origins.