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About the event

We are pleased to bring you the return of one of the most anticipated art events in the region; an event showcasing the work of talented artists while providing an opportunity for you to support local community initiatives.


Come along and join us for the Opening of the 40th Daylesford Art Show.

The Opening Night will offer music from the Hepburn Players and Soloist Tim Drylie, mixed with Wine, Cider,  soft drinks and tasty morsels; fun, friends, food,  along with first bite at purchasing the Paintings that you may  have already noticed on this web Gallery and Sculptures, Quilting, Bonsai, and Pottery featured below. You will have the opportunity to see the artwork  'in the flesh' and buy it, while also enjoying an exciting Opening Night - that should not be missed!

2nd of November, 2023

Artshow Opening Night

6pm til late, or at least 8 - Daylesford Town Hall

Obtain Tickets below: Register NOW

Proudly sponsored by

Community Bank, Daylesford District Branch

Purchase you ticket/s now online by clicking the button below and be ready for an unforgettable experience: 

We can’t wait to welcome you!

Tickets, $30 each, are available at the door but for catering purposes,

we prefer that you purchase the tickets online. 

BSB 633000

Acc: 141215228

Bendigo Bank

The opening night gives you the opportunity to experience and purchase the art throughout the Town Hall and to share an informal and enjoyable night that promises to raise the community spirit.


Daylesford Town Hall

The main hall will be filled with paintings on show and for sale


Entwined tree benches

by David Dawson Overwrought throughout the Hall for seating and for sale.

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Bendigo Bank Bar - CHEERS for 40 Years

Wide selection of beverages


Sculpture on Stage

by David Bromley,

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Quilting by Master Quilter Christine Calheiros

Award Winning Australian Master Quilts for display and sale.

CHRISTINE has been  quilting for 44 years – since 1982.  She began with a job in a patchwork shop and hasn’t stopped since.  The natural progression was to teach patchwork while also producing samples for the shop owned by her sisters, Sandra and Lynette  - logically called Sandlyn House.

In 2005 Chris purchased an industrial quilting machine; then it was full speed into the creation of literally hundreds of quilts.

We are delighted that we have the opportunity to view the magnificent work that Chris has created over the years … the bonus is the opportunity for you to enjoy them all and buy … invest …in one – at least

Bonsai Plant Flowers


Bonsai and pottery on display and for sale.

Bonsai from our local experts

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