Angela Gerrard Art is an art studio/gallery, custom-built on an operational farm in a rural setting. One foot in the door and you are immersed in art.

Angela shares many life stories through her artistic works. She transforms her vision into an artistic piece, using her heart and soul and the appropriate medium, to take you, the viewer, to a special place. You may find yourself recalling the majestic landscapes you have viewed, historical places you have visited, your connection to dance, and your love for animals.

Angela, whose mentor is the internationally acclaimed wildlife artist, Steve Morvell, has a passion for pastel painting. She loves the vivid colour and the softness and the textures pastels can create. She also loves free-flowing lines and detail achieved when working with pen and ink and the boldness of artworks using charcoal.

Expect to be tempted to purchase from this ever-changing, gallery. You can buy original framed art, cushions, cups, cards, bags, and limited-edition prints.

Be bold and commission award-winning Angela to create art to suit your décor, taste, budget and essence.

Art spills over into the giftware, such as goat’s milk soap, soy candles and jewellery, which are created by local artisans. Enquire about Angela’s art classes and art retreats, everyone is welcome.

Visit or call, you deserve this artistic, homely experience.

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188 Stockyard Hill Road, Beaufort VIC 3373

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