If art and culture is up your alley, this delightful gallery in Invercargill’s inner-city is a must-see.
Invercargill’s first art gallery, opened in 1873, has been re-established by the great-grandson of its original Italian émigré owner.
The Chiaroni Gallery’s collection features the finest of Southland’s preeminent artists as well as pieces created through the imagination of emerging talents. Open to the public, its colourful space is brimming with natural light and browsing the wares on offer is encouraged.
A visit to the gallery will intrigue the inner creative in you and will showcase the talent found within our region. Many of the pieces draw inspiration from the area’s natural and historical heritage, which means it is the perfect place to visit if you are looking for an authentically Southland experience. Exhibitions change regularly.
If you choose to purchase a piece, your artwork will no doubt remind you of a wonderful visit to the deep south.
28 Don Street, Invercargill
Wednesday – Friday: 10am to 6pm
Saturday: 10am – 2pm
Sunday – Tuesday: Viewing by appointment
Find out more here http://chiaroni.co.nz
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23 Anglem Street, Invercargill