Joanna Lamb, Petrol Station, 2020, acrylic on Superfine polyester, 122 x 152cm.

Exhibitions // Sales

Our gallery in Cathedral Square presents a program of monthly solo and group exhibitions. The artworks are for sale and other available works can be viewed physically in our stockroom or online.

Private, public and institutional art collections regularly seek our artists’ works. Eminent institutions and corporations who have acquired work include the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Parliament House Canberra, Macquarie Bank, The University of Western Australia, Murdoch University, Curtin University, Wesfarmers Arts, Artbank, St John of God Health Care, Janet Holmes à Court Collection, City of Perth and other local council art collections.

Browse our online Stockroom or Contact us for information on available works.

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Stuart Elliott. Collective Conversations. Art Collective WA – Cathedral Square.

Telling Artist Stories

Art Collective WA has produced five artist monographs on the life and work of our artist members: Trevor Vickers, Jeremy Kirwan-Ward, Eveline Kotai Olga Cironis and George Haynes.

Our annual artist-in-residence program contributes to local arts exchange and invites interstate artists to work in our gallery space.

We regularly host artist talks at our gallery and occasionally in other venues; and our recorded series, Collective Conversations, preserves the voices of artists talking about their work for future generations. Listen on the CONVERSATIONS tab.

Director Felicity Johnston; with paintings by Eveline Kotai (rear) and Chris Hopewell. Photo: Angelita Bonetti; styling: Anna Flanders.

Our Board and Management

Seven of our artist members sit on a board to oversee the Collective’s operations – Joanna Lamb, Brad Rimmer, Eveline Kotai, Antony Muia and Kevin Robertson; Co-chaired by Merrick Belyea and Trevor Vickers.

Director Felicity Johnston oversees the program and its development, with support from Loretta Martella. Rosamund Brennan manages marketing and promotional operations, with Helen Mathie managing partnerships and projects.


Art Collective WA operates on a self-funding model. Income is mainly generated through artwork sales, private benefaction and philanthropic donations, with some public funding for specified projects. There are a number of ways you can help the Collective’s ongoing work and forge a closer relationship with WA artists.



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