Art Galleries of Queenstown New Zealand

There is so much more to Queenstown New Zealand than adventure and adrenalin.   Both Queenstown and Arrowtown are home to a number of wonderful galleries and workshops that share the talents of many local artists from the region.  Inspired by the beautiful Lakes Districts, the clean mountain air and the simply magical light of the alpine terrain, we are proud to have a large number of art centres.  here are a few worth visiting:

Queenstown Art Galleries & Studios

Artbay Gallery ( Featuring Contemporary New Zealand Art

Cory Marshall Gallery ( ) Features stunning natural New Zealand landscape photography 

Central Art Gallery ( ) Features works by well known NZ artists in one of NZ's oldest art galleries

David John Gallery ( Award-winning portrait artist, author, playwright, director and actor

Starkwhite Queenstown ( Contemporary art gallery specialising in the presentation of interdisciplinary visual art exhibitions with an international focus.

Queenstown Arts Center ( - The gateway to art in the Wakatipu Basin

Milford Galleries Queenstown ( - exhibits painting, and a variety of other fine art media drawn from the studios of many significant New Zealand contemporary artists.

Romer Gallery ( - dramatic and award-winning landscape photography.

Silver Fern Gallery ( - Quality Art, Artisan products, painting, woodware, sculptures, glassware and ceramics


Arrowtown Art Galleries & Studios

Coxs' Vinyard Cellar Door & Art Gallery ( - Seifert Gallery ( with drawings, pottery, photography, historic engravings and paintings

Lakes District Museum and Art Gallery ( - hosts a variety of excellent quality art and historical exhibitions.

Black Art - ( - A diverse range of local art

Nadene Milne Gallery ( showcases of contemporary New Zealand artists - oil painting, abstract painting, sculpture, photography, installations

Jenny Mehrtens Private Studio ( - Self-reflection on the essence of New Zealand.


Another great place to start is Queenstown Arts Center, a non-profit organisation run by the Queenstown Arts Society - they 'claim' to be the gateway to art in the Wakatipu, and