Art Clique Studio and Art Gallery

Tallegalla, Ipswich Area

Experience for yourself the emotive and spiritual impressions of landscape as expressed in the artworks and books of Tallegalla artist and author Lyne Marshall.

In the atmosphere and solitude of this inspirational workplace you can connect with art and nature, and discover a location truly natural and beautiful. The hidden layers in Lyne’s artwork arise from the joy of travelling to wilderness areas in Australia and they will take you on a journey to mysterious places, where you will experience the colours and designs inherent in the landscape.

Tallegalla is halfway between Brisbane and Toowoomba and located a short half hour's drive from the Ipswich Central Business District. The gallery has amenities and children are welcome. There is adequate parking for any type of vehicle and it is wheelchair friendly.

As this is a working studio, it is open by appointment only.

Facilities

  • Car park

Other Information

Accessibility:

Accessible facilities available. Please contact operator for specific details.

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