is the largest of the six exhibition areas and is
suitable for most types and scales of work. The space is on two levels,
with the majority of the space occupied by a raised timber floor
(ex-loading dock). The nature of the space easily allows the
combination of intimate and large scale works along with sculptural
works. Gallery One is the main entrance other than during openings.
Two and Five
are long spaces which are most suited to small to medium
sized works, and installations. The length of the spaces gives the
illusion of narrowness, however at three meters wide, it is the width
of a standard room. Gallery two is the main entrance during openings.
Three & Four
are of identical floor areas and are more conventional
gallery spaces. Both spaces can accommodate small to large scale works
is the newest addition to Doggett Street Studio and most
suited to large scale paintings and sculptures. At 8m x 7.5m it
is floor area is larger than Galleries Three and Four combined.
It location in the centre of the building takes advantage of
exceptional ambient daylight during the day.
All galleries have fixed tungsten lighting.
2D artworks are generally hung from screws fixed directly into the 9mm
MDF wall sheets. Paintings and framed works do not usually
require hangers wires as they are generally hung directly of the frame
if there is an suitable rebate.