Busselton Cultural Precinct

Where art and heritage meet

Art collections can be a fascinating way of dipping into the history of a place and this is certainly the case with the City of Busselton Collection. Like many other local government collections in WA, this one started with a donation of paintings by the philanthropist and arts patron, Claude Hotchin. Since then, art has been acquired at different times through particular connections and events, creating a diverse collection.

Address:

Queen Street Cultural Precinct
Busselton WA 6280
Australia

Opening Hours

7 days 10am - 4pm

Sakura Blossom Mt Fuji

How has art by a Japanese National Treasure found its way into the City of Busselton Art Collection? This is a story of connections, friendships and generosity across countries and cultures. In 1995...

I belong

This intriguing abstract oil painting on wood is by Michael Francas, a Western Australian artist who is influenced by the contrasting ideas of exile and belonging. His interests are inspired by his...

Family Group, Luxembourg Gardens

Picture the artist, seated at an easel with her palette in front of her, in one of her favourite locations in Paris where she often made quick drawings and paintings of people enjoying the beautiful...

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