Opening Hours Update July 2020

Boranup Gallery is open 10am – 4pm

Monday through to Saturday 

AND

10am -3pm Sunday 

 

Coming from afar?

Call ahead to confirm opening hours  9757 7585

N.B – Cafe Boranup is currently closed 

 

We produce handcrafted designer furniture, made onsite from uniquely West Australian  hardwoods.  We have been designing & making furniture for over 30 years, employing traditional methods with modern designs.

Visit our beautiful gallery south of Margaret River and see our incredible selection of Single Slab tables, exquisite sideboards and exclusive Waterfall & River designs of desks, tables & coffee tables.

Our online catalogue represents our vast collection – contact us to commission your own piece of exclusive Boranup Gallery Fine Furniture.

Boranup Gallery is home to a huge collection of art by local and Australian artists working in a range of mediums – paintings, glass, wood and metal sculpture, jewellery & ceramics.

Please contact the gallery to discuss artist commissions should your desired artwork be listed as sold.

Visit us in the heart of Boranup Forest, Margaret River, Western Australia.   

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Boranup Gallery was established in 1989 by James & Anne Howieson from rammed earth and local timbers – the quintessential Margaret River style architecture.

Cafe Boranup is currently closed and will reopen in September 2020. 

Boranup Gallery is located in the heart of Boranup Forest, 20 minutes south of Margaret River township, and just around the corner from one of the most famous views in the southwest. Enjoy a scenic drive along historic Caves Road into the majestic karri forests of Leeuwin-Naturaliste National Park.

Travel south from Margaret River on Caves Rd. When coming via Bussell Highway, use Forest Grove Rd – we do NOT recommend using Sebbes Rd.

 

Featured Products

Uluru
Acrylic on canvas, 100cmx190cm

$7500

 

This fine art watercolour was painted on Arches 640gsm cold pressed paper and the picture measures approximately 440mm wide x 550mm high (unframmed). Framed with Conservation Clear® Glass meets International Conservation Standards and is made with 2.5mm thick Tru Vue glass which blocks up to 70% of UV rays, and prevents any rippling in the glass surface.

Price $2450 (SPECIAL 2020 Price)

Northern Rosellas are the only Rosellas with a Black Head: the blue and white cheeks are also special. Birds in the field are a stunning display of (mostly) fresh blue and soft yellow plumage. 
This is a beautifully framed watercolour using the finest framing, Ultra View 70%UV glass and conservation standard mount boards.
Price 3950

Handcrafted Porcelain Cup
blessed are the cracked is a design studio in Western Australia.
8cm x 8cm
$36

$550.00 Acrylic and ink on canvas with a wooden frame
43 cm by 53 cm
The flame red petals of the Coral Tree, brighten up the cold winter mornings of Western Australia. The vibrant  beauty raises a smile, with the Rainbow Lorikeets enjoying their breakfast within her branches.

This is a delightful watercolour of two small favourites of the SW of Western Australia.

Price $1245

An original watercolour and currently with the framer. The framed painting should be available before the end of August 2020.
Price $3195

GALLERY NEWS

In what has been a strange and often difficult year it is heartwarming to find artists pressing ahead with creative projects and bringing new work into the public sphere – a challenging process at the best of times. So a very warm welcome to our new artists  Danielle West and Tracy Robinson, both of whom are painters inspired by flowers and botanicals, working in a range of mediums and scale. We also welcome Blessed Are

This year Boranup Gallery celebrates its 30th Birthday. From small beginnings as a fledgling fine furniture business in the far flung wilds of Boranup Forest, the years have seen the gallery develop and grow to become an iconic Margaret River attraction, and the home of fine arts and bespoke furniture. Owners James & Ann Howieson are still at the helm of this well of creative abundance, with new furniture designs from the workshop, and the

As we navigate our way through this incredibly challenging  year, we are pleased to be able to welcome back our valued clients and new visitors. The decision to run the Margaret River Region Open Studios is more good news for artlover and artists. We can’t wait to have Chris Spiker here as our artist in residence, having support his work for many years. Come and meet the man behind the birds  – you can find

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