Tamar Valley Art Shack is a working art studio and gallery at Clarence Point, Northern Tasmania.
The building was originally constructed as a beach house and it rests on the edge of the Tamar River. A unique waterfront setting.
With its combination of proximity to water and the clarity of natural light, the Art Shack’s surrounds are a continuing source of inspiration for the owner/artist Dan Villiers. Light and water form continuing themes throughout his work. You can talk with Dan about how he selects his subjects, see how he prepares his work, and discuss other aspects of art technique.
See him at work in his studio, which is part of this charming beach inspired art gallery, and find art, ceramics and craft by other Tasmanian artisans.
This is not a formal gallery in a hushed environment. Echoing its origins as a family beach house, you will find large airy rooms flooded with sunshine. Step outside into a naturally landscaped seaside garden. Relax in and around the gallery, and share in the simplicity and pleasure of art and life at the waterside.
Clarence Point is a 52 minute drive (57 kilometres / 35 miles) North-West of Launceston.Visit Website
Access Without Assistance for the Disabled, Car park, Coach Parking, Parking for the Disabled, Shop, Toilet facilities for the Disabled
Art and Craft, Lessons/Tutorials
Cultural, The Arts