Exhibitions 2022

Lyn Harrison  –  Finding Earth 

August 13 – August 21  Open 7 days 11am – 4pm

Lyn Harrison exhibition invite 2022

Tricia Oktober  –  Floressence 

May 13 – May 22  Open 7 days 10am – 4pm

Tricia Oktober Floressence Invite

Exhibitions 2021

Lyn Harrison  Being Still  March 6 – March 21

John Ellison  Familiar Things  August 14 – August 29 – Postponed

Tricia Oktober   Floressence  September 4 – September 12 –  Postponed

Robyn Nolan  Dwindling Light  October 9 – October 31 – Postponed

Exhibitions 2019

John Ellison – Unsolicited Portraits

Friday November 1 – Sunday November 17 2019

Opening Friday  1st November 2019  5.30pm – 7.30pm

John Ellison Exhibition Byron Boy
John Ellison Unsolicited portrait

‘Return of the Florid Femmes’

Jan d’Silva

Robyn Nolan

Vicki Skeen

Tricia Oktober


Opening Saturday 12th October 2019  2.30pm – 4.30pm

Florid Femmes Exhibition Jan D'Silva
Florid Femmes Exhibition Robyn Nolan
Florid Femmes Exhibition Vicki Skeen
Florid Femmes Exhibition Tricia Oktober



A creative collaboration between visual artist Anne Penman Sweet and scientist Dr Jesse Shore

May 18 – June 2, 2019

Opening Saturday May 18 2019  2pm – 4pm

Sweet+Shore is an art and science based creative collaboration. Anne Penman Sweet is a visual artist (painter) who has been exhibiting internationally for the last 17 years. Dr Jesse Shore was Senior Curator of Sciences at the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney for many years specialising in science communication and the creation of exhibitions.


Lyn Harrison

‘Want Need Desire’

February 23 – March 10, 2019

Opening Saturday February 23rd 2019  2pm – 4pm

Lyn Harrison is a significant Australian artist living and working in Katoomba, in the Blue Mountains of NSW.

Lyn’s work displays a spiritual depth and authenticity that is quite unique.  The many collectors who have purchased her work attest to its ongoing power to intrigue and invite wonder.

Beauty No Creature Gave its Life for This
'Beauty No Creature Gave its Life for This'

The Inaugural Blue Mountains Pottery Fair

Weekend of  13th and 14th April

Sat 10am – 4pm  Sun 10am – 2pm

Exhibition Opening  Friday April 12th   5.30pm – 7.30pm

The Fair is a cooperative venture between local Blue Mountains potters and the Nolan on Lovel Gallery to provide an opportunity to showcase and market the work of potters living and working in the Blue Mountains and beyond.

The Pottery Fair will take place in the studios and throughout the garden.

Light self-serve refreshments (tea, coffee) will also be available in the garden

The accompanying exhibition will be shown in the gallery space.

Inaugural Blue Mountains Potters Fair
Inaugural Blue Mountains Potters Fair