Current Exhibitions

Until 4 August

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Penrith Youth Art Prize
This Place Where They Dwell

Upcoming Exhibitions

17 August - 27 October

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The Interior
To Be Continued

The Interior

  • Main Gallery
  • 17 Aug - 27 Oct

To Be Continued

  • Loungeroom Gallery
  • 17 Aug - 27 Oct


  • Lewers House
  • 17 Aug - 27 Oct

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The Heritage Garden at Penrith Regional Gallery was designed and planted by the original inhabitants of the estate, Margo and Gerald Lewers. To this day, it remains a vibrant, controlled wilderness, with a number of sculptures on permanent display throughout.  Margo Lewers approached designing the garden as she would an artwork, prioritising colour, texture, and form. The result is a living, three-dimensional painting; an expansive, abstract composition that reflects the bold and experimental nature of her artistic practice.  Discover the gardens and explore the sculptures daily from 8am-4pm.  The Galleries are open daily from 10am-4pm. 
Currently on exhibition:
ARTEXPRESS 2024 until 4 August
Diana Baker Smith: ‘This Place Where They Dwell’ until 4 August
Youth Art Prize 2024 until 21 July  -
Photo: Adam Hollingworth
Diana Baker Smith’s ‘This Place Where They Dwell’ considers Lewers House as a space that blurs lines between home, gallery, and archive.  Having been the home that Margo Lewers lived in for almost three decades, and a regional gallery from 1980, Lewers House has evolved into a living archive; something that embodies and preserves its memories, histories, and lived experiences.  See Diana Baker Smith: ‘This Place Where They Dwell’ before the exhibition closes on Sunday, 4 August.  -
Diana Baker Smith, ‘This Place Where They Dwell’, 2024, Video Still, Four channel 4K video, 5.15 minutes.  Artist: Diana Baker Smith
Choreographer and Performer: Lizzie Thomson
Cinematographer: Nisa East
Composer: Jane Sheldon
Costume Designer: Leah Giblin
Video Editor: Kate Blackmore
Sound Mix: Bob Scott
Colourist: Justin Tran
Edit Assistant: Eloise Martin-Jones
Production Assistant: Amy Prcevich
Our Ancher House Library is an inviting space for audiences to browse through our collection of art, design, and Australian culture publications. With children’s activities and a selection of artworks from our collection, this space has been designed for you to read, study, collaborate, and enjoy the unique design of this 1960s Modernist home.  The Ancher House Library is open daily from 10am-4pm.  -
Image: Maja Baska
Featured on the cover of this month’s Art Almanac issue is ‘Diana Baker Smith: This Place Where They Dwell,’ currently exhibiting here at Penrith Regional Gallery.  Speaking on the issue’s highlighted exhibitions, editor Melissa Peša notes: “Image, material, space and memory are interrogated, disrupted, rebuilt or repurposed [...] Remnants that form an archive of lived experiences; creating depth and dimension, and proposing conversation with their viewers.”  You can find a copy of Art Almanac July 2024, which includes a written feature by Emma-Kate Wilson, in our Gallery Store, open daily from 10am-3:30pm.  ‘Diana Baker Smith: This Place Where They Dwell’ continues until 4 August 2024, open daily from 10am-4pm.  @dibakersmith 
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Art Almanac July 2024 Cover Image: Diana Baker Smith: This Place Where They Dwell, 2024, four-channel 4K video, 05:15 minutes, photo: Lucy Parakhina. Courtesy the artists and Penrith Regional Gallery, Home of the Lewers Bequest