The Gallery Eumundi
The Gallery Eumundi was created from a twenty year-old gallery established in the Hinterland of Noosa on the Sunshine Coast, Queensland. It was based in an iconic 100 year-old Queenslander (the former home of a well-known Australian landscape artist, Hal Barton) in the historic town of Eumundi. The gallery has an established reputation for contemporary Australian Fine Art plus contemporary Indigenous Art with a strong body of ceramic artists and bronze sculptors. The gallery directors have worked collaboratively with their artists to represent them overseas in the Hong Kong art market since 2013 and Singapore in 2016.
Seven years ago the directors changed the business model of the gallery to become a web-based platform with online sales and continuing to work closely and in person with clients on an art consultancy basis. The directors have also increased the diversity of artist collaborations made possible by extensive national and international networking. The gallery directors invest significant time to support young emerging Australian artists through mentor-ship and introduction to clients and other establishments. This has led the gallery to have a robust reputation in art advice and sales by installing confidence in the art market for artists and the client base, both nationally and internationally.
As the journey of the gallery continues, the directors strategically work in innovative ways with their chosen artists to succeed in the ever evolving art scene both in Australia and overseas with a focus on Asia’s expanding art market.