Galleries and artists in the Macedon Ranges
The rich artistic legacy of the Macedon Ranges is sustained by the artists who call the region home today.
You will find them beavering away in niche shops, galleries, artists’ studios and bungalows of our region, giving shape to creative projects that fill the senses and feed the souls of all who decide to stop in and have a browse.
A day in the Macedon Ranges can easily be spent travelling between galleries and open studios. Start in the north with Tin Shed Arts and Woodbine Art galleries in Malmsbury and then move onto Kyneton, home to Lauriston Press, John Lloyd Gallery, Colours of White, Stockroom and many more galleries and studios.
The Black Saturday Memorial, an artistic expression of the tragic Black Saturday fires that decimated parts of the region in 2009 located on the side of the Kyneton Town Hall, is a must-see.
The art lover can then check out Lancefield’s Mad Gallery and the Macedon Ranges Arts Collective’s gallery in Mount Macedon on the way to Gisborne’s contemporary collections. Or they can just make a beeline for Woodend, home to many more interesting galleries and the Woodend Art Walk.
Don’t miss the Daylesford Macedon Ranges Open Studios program that runs in April and May, where you can mix, mingle and share time with artists who inspire your own creativity.