Window Gallery

The Window Gallery of Atelier of Lyttleton Stores Cooperative is a small, pretty as a picture public-facing gallery.

photograph by Nick McKinlay

photograph by Nick McKinlay

We exhibit an artist or artisan's work with an opening night on the first Saturday of every month, from 6pm to 7:30pm. Join us in toasting this work and the spirited culture of the Blue Mountains with organic alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages and appetizers made in house. 

 

Window Gallery Exhibition Application here  

(please email applications to Eloise at atelier@lyttletonstores.com.au)


Bryden Williams’ Rock Study ii, downward view of Decamerator Crack (grade 22) crux section, 2018 (cropped)

Bryden Williams’ Rock Study ii, downward view of Decamerator Crack (grade 22) crux section, 2018 (cropped)

Artist of the month

Bryden Williams

Bryden Williams’ ‘Surface Studies’ is an exploration of sandstone abstractions in the Blue Mountains. This body of work utilises photogrammetry scanning to interpret movement within site visits to a weathered cave and plateau fissure in the present day Gardens of Stone National Park.

‘Surface Studies’ consists of data gathered from unceded First Nation land. Lyttleton and Bryden wish to acknowledge all First Nation groups within the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, and pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging. 

Join us at 6pm on Saturday the 4th of May to toast Bryden’s work.


 

Previous artists of the month include

The Kandos School of Cultural Adaptation’s Jono Bolitho, Diego Bonetto, Laura Fisher, Gilbert Grace, Lucas Ihlein, Georgie Pollard and Imogen Semmler,
Kevina-Jo Smith, Stephanie Simcox, Pip Bishop, Jessica Allison, Stephen Travers, Matilda JulianCaitlin She, Freedom Wilson (of Laughing Bird Studio), Anne Crestani and Rachel HannanNick McKinlayTania Bowers, Ona Janzen and Edith Pass (of Floral Ink), Hannah Bath, Chris Carmody and Eloise Maree