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Raymond Terrace Art Space, situated within Raymond Terrace Library, provides a free exhibition space for local artists showcasing varied mediums and is accessible to the public 6 days a week.

The Art Space is managed by Port Stephens Council volunteers find out more.


Current exhibition

Worimi Wild Flowers by Pauline Coxon
29 June - 1 August 2019

Celebrating NAIDOC 2019, Worimi Artist Pauline Coxon presents an exhibition of her favourite Wild Flowers of the area.

"The Wildflowers remind us that we need to take care of the country.  We need to have space for the wild to grow"

Pauline Coxon can be contacted on 0468 390 515 or by email for any further information.

Please view her website www.paulinecoxon.com for all sales.

Image of banksia and lady beattles
Image by Pauline Coxon
Image of Christmas bells and beatles
Image by Pauline Coxon
Painting of dolphins hunting fish on a full moon
Image by Pauline Coxon
Eucapyptus in flower
Image of flannel flowers
Image of gymea lilly and crimson rosella
Image of osprey eagles, sandunes and pigface
Image of banksia and lady beattles
Image of Christmas bells and beatles
Painting of dolphins hunting fish on a full moon
Eucapyptus in flower
Image of flannel flowers
Image of gymea lilly and crimson rosella
Image of osprey eagles, sandunes and pigface

Upcoming exhibition

Artists in the Field
3-30 August 2019

An exhibition of works from students of Natural History Illustration at the University of Newcastle.

"The art of Natural History Illustration always starts with observation, field work and research. Through field work, a Natural History Illustrator produces detailed works that seek to accurately describe form and structure, what we actually see, and what story this might tell.  The works featured in this exhibition will take you on a journey of discovery and learning in the field.  We hope it inspires you to look more closely at the intricacies of nature when on your next walk in your local environment."

Previous exhibitions

To view previous exhibitions click here.


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Opening hours

  • Monday 9am - 6pm
  • Tuesday 9am - 6pm
  • Wednesday 9am - 6pm
  • Thursday 9am - 8pm
  • Friday 9am - 6pm
  • Saturday 9am - 12pm
  • Sunday - CLOSED