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The Art Society holds a major exhibition each year during the Easter long weekend

Current Exhibition
Current Exhibition

Work by our community of artists 



Mayday Hills Art Society presents a changing exhibition of art by individual members. These are on display in the upstairs and downstairs galleries at the Mayday Hills complex

All works for sale.


Guests are welcome to view the exhibition and to have a guided tour of the Art Society. By appointment. 

Upcoming Exhibition
Upcoming Exhibition

Fundraising Exhibition:

BARC for Bali Dogs

We are honoured to present a fundraising exhibition on behalf of BARC (Bali Dog Adoption and Rehabilitation Centre). Paintings by Linda Buller, founder of BARC. 


Linda shares her story: 

‘Back in 2005, while living in Bali, I found myself picking up lost, abandoned, suffering pups, and taking them one by one to my humble abode. I wished I didn’t have to see these awful situations. I wished I could just shut my eyes like thousands of others. At the time I was working with another foundation but knew they didn’t have the resources for the huge task we were facing. I could see that we needed a facility to rehabilitate the numerous dogs that become victims of abuse and neglect.’ In August 2012 Linda founded BARC on a large property 40 minutes north of central Ubud. 


Exhibition opening:

Friday 4 November 5.00pm

Exhibition 6 to 13 November

10.00am to 4.00pm  

Entry by gold coin donation to BARC 

All artwork for sale

Dame Nature by Linda Buller

Past Exhibitions

Beechworth Botanica/Animal Magnetism 2022

The Art Society presented the very successful Beechworth Botanica and Animal Magnetism exhibition during Easter 2022. The exhibition was held at the Memorial Hall, Beechworth.


This location attracted visits from the many people in town for the popular Golden Horseshoes Festival. Beechworth Botanica/Animal Magnetism involved 68 artists and 164 superb artworks gathered from around Australia. Involvement of artists from outside northeast Victoria was made possible by collection points located in Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra.


The combination of botanical and wildlife art was a unique idea.  Plans are to repeat this theme in future years. The Art Society welcomes entries from all botanical and wildlife artists who wish to submit work for the exhibition in 2024.

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