Margaret Street Gallery Toowoomba

Margaret Street Gallery

Toowoomba Art Gallery

Celebrating the vibrant talent of professional & emerging artists in Toowoomba & the Darling Downs

172 Margaret Street
Toowoomba, 4350 QLD

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Toowoomba Artists

Welcome to Margaret Street Gallery, your premier Toowoomba Art Gallery for celebrating the vibrant talent of professional and emerging artists in Toowoomba and the Darling Downs. Nestled in the heart of the CBD at 172 Margaret Street, our gallery serves as a dedicated space to showcase the diverse and compelling works of emerging and established artists in our region.

Parking

Three-hour parking is available behind the Gallery on Annand Street near Walton Stores, with two-hour parking along Margaret Street and all-day parking in the Bus Terminal parking area. You can download Toowoomba Parking App via link below

Group Showings

If you’re interested in scheduling group showings, we invite you to contact us, so that we can coordinate a suitable time for your visit. We can also organise catering for your session to make it even more flavourful.

Commissions | Custom Art

Our commission services are tailored to bring your artistic visions to life by matching you with one of our talented artists. From personalised portraits and home decor to corporate installations and special occasion gifts. 

Our Artists

Guest Artist | April

Robyn Gray

Robyn Gray is an acrylic artist her style could be described as romantic/impressionism. Her inspiration comes from nature, and everyday scenes of life, striving to convey the way the light picks up ordinary objects and turns them into extraordinary moments of joy and magic to treasure.

She participates in all the local exhibitions, winning an encouragement award at Facets of Fairholme in 2018. 10% of profit from each sale Robyn makes is donated to Shake It Up Australia (Parkinson’s disease research) in memory of her late mother who was diagnosed with PD at 57.

Guest Artist | March

Colleen Gardener

After closing a successful career in ceramics 30 years in Western Australia, Colleen relocated to Queensland in 2003 and took up painting seriously a few years later.

Primarily a self-taught painter Colleen has notched up many prizes and awards winning an emerging artist award in her first six months of painting sponsored by Lasting Impressions Gallery Kenilworth Queensland, with works represented nationally and overseas.

Colleen works at a frantic pace exhibiting regularly and painting daily. She works in oils acrylics and sometimes charcoal and has always been attracted to the Impressionists. She shifts from land and seascapes to still life, floral and fauna as easily as clearing her workspace and sees things mainly as shapes which allows her to move into whichever category appeals at the time.