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Infant Earth: An exhibition by Emilie Heurtevent

Emilie Heurtevent captures the ideas, movements, and feelings of the moment. Through her new exhibition Infant Earth, she aims to transport the beholder into a world of full and deep energy. Her idea is to confront the beginning of Earth, when Nature was overriding, with today’s world and how humans are altering it by their […]

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QUANTUM – Andrew Mutton

QUANTUM Andrew Mutton Opening Night: Thursday 19 May, 6 – 9pm Exhibition runs Thursday to Monday, 11am – 6pm until 30 May Andrew Mutton about QUANTUM: “Quantum – ‘A Balance of Energies’ – is the description for the minimum value of a physical property involved in an interaction. As a lighting and stage designer, I […]


FRED NEGRO – St Kilda’s Alright

Fred Negro is a St Kiilda based satirist, musician, songwriter, and cartoonist. This unique exhibition showcases the very best of this local legends work, from his highly controversial and much loved PUB comic strips to rare paintings and illustrations. Join us on the opening night for a first look at the exhibition and a drink […]

Stacey Bannet Born Again

Born Again – an exhibition by Stacey Bennet

We are proud to announce the upcoming Solo exhibition by Stacey Bennet, part of the Midsumma Festival. Opening Night: 22 January 2016, 6.30 – 9.30 Exhibition dates: 22 January – 5 February 2016 Born Again A Visual Journey Of Sexuality And Desire  Life’s grand pilgrimage is seldom a straight road – even for members of the […]

'Many of Faith' by Anne King

Anne King about ‘Man of Faith’

‘Man of Faith’ – Anne King I took a photo of a powerful and arrogant man in Rajasthan, surveying the village as though he owned it. When I came to draw him, he developed a life of his own and strangely became more like the man I wanted him to be.   As I worked on […]

'Baroque Reflection' Richard Nebesky

Richard Nebesky about his image ‘Baroque Reflection’

How I took the image of a person walking in front of a Baroque house that is reflected in the puddle? Taking reflection images is a different mindset to everyday photography. Initially you need to look at the ground or surface of any body of water that is reflective. Often the best image is taken […]

Jaromir Krejcik Art Classes workshops

Art Classes and Workshops

Pumpkin Lane will be running St Kilda Art classes and Workshops for children and adults. Get creative and learn new techniques while meeting other like minded people and have a blast! If you are interested please let us know and we will make sure we let you know when classes become available.      

Whats on at Pumpkin Lane St Kilda Art Gallery

Calling all Artists!

Are you an established or hobby artist looking to display your latest body of work? Get in touch today to find out more about the opportunities for solo and group shows at the Pumpkin Lane Gallery. As an artist run space we always have the artists best interest in mind and will help you do […]