Art + Objects Salon is a cultural surprise for art lovers and collectors. Located in the historic Club Hotel building in Clunes, entering Art + Objects is like stumbling upon a unique treasure trove of eclectic artwork by many recognisable and successful contemporary Australian artists.

With its salon style gallery opening onto Fraser Street at the front and viewing room in the back, Art + Objects is sophisticated, charming and very welcoming.

Focusing on Australian contemporary artists, the gallery offers everything from original oil paintings to limited edition prints and works on paper, with artists such as Dean Bowen, Kerrie Leishman, Joshua Yeldham, David Larwill, Garry Shead, John Olsen and many more, represented in their collection.

Incorporating art into your home is one of the easiest and most effective ways to elevate your space and creates a focal point in any room. A collectable piece can reflect your style and personality and can be purchased as a treasured asset, to be handed on to family members, friends, or purely as an investment. Art + Objects present an opportunity for you to imagine how your life can be enhanced by owning your own piece of unique art.

Over the Tiny Towns Arts Trail weekend Art + Objects will be featuring an exhibition of works by the talented textile and fibre artist Christine Lethlean.

While you’re in Clunes don’t forget to check out The Sock Maker to see socks being made with an incredible antique hand-cranked sock knitting machine. Book a picnic basket or a high tea experience with the High Tea Mistress and make your way to Soul Barn to see the work of local artist Chris O’Donnell. Take a short trip up the hill to Anton Micocki’s brilliant studio, Off the Beaten Track and as you make your way out of Clunes to Talbot make sure you see Tom Ripon’s unmissable studio and garden.

For more information on Art + Objects, or to learn more about their collection of contemporary Australian artworks, visit their website.