Sunset Framing & Gallery Port Macquarie is more then a framing shop. Come & explore, we dare you!
More then just a picture framing shop, Sunset Gallery found in Port Macquarie on the Mid North Coast of Australia is a complete arts destination, you can learn how to create art, purchase art, have art photographed or scanned, get art framed, have it printed & have it professionally hung. All within the one set of walls that bursts with local creativity.
With seasonal shows that have the art walls changing every 3 months and moments in-between, there is always something new to see, with 25 to 35 different Mid North Coast artists being represented at any given time you will always find a variety of mediums, styles and sizes of original art for sale and on display.
Come in and relax in one of the multiple lounge areas, use the free wifi, read a book or take in the art that surrounds you. Pop on some old school records or explore the thousands of original movie posters that call Sunset Framing & Gallery home.
A 2 minute walk to the Port Macquarie Community Garden or multiple op-shops including Lifeline, Hope Shop and the Salvation Army, Sunset Gallery is an inspirational spot to enjoy 5 minutes or 5 hours depending on how deep you want to dig into the creative goodness that resides within and around the gallery.
Sunset Gallery & Framing is host to multiple community groups that cover handcrafts, art and photography social groups, local art exhibitions, art and craft workshops and classes.
The Gallery floor can be hired out for local business group events, fundraisers or music events, the second level creative space is available to hire and run your own creative classes or workshops, you never know what you might find going on within the walls of Sunset Gallery & Framing.
Sunset Gallery & Framing have been Picture Framing in Port Macquarie since 1975 but you will find so much more, so how much of Sunset Gallery & Framing are you going to explore?
Find us at 2/25 Central Road, just down from Services NSW Port Macquarie or around the corner from the Googik Heritage walking track.