About the Gallery
The Riverton Light Gallery is situated in the main street of Riverton, a small rural town, in the Mid-North of South Australia, almost halfway between the Clare Valley and Barossa Valley regions.
It is both a sculpture studio and gallery space where Robert Hannaford and his wife, artist Alison Mitchell exhibit their paintings, drawings and sculptures.
View down through the valley near Riverton
Exhibitions are held in the three front rooms and change every few months. Whilst these exhibitions range in subject and scope, the main emphasis is on art created from 'life' - depictions in tone and light. Both artists work directly from life.
Shearing oil on board 140 x 210 ROBERT HANNAFORD
Iconic sculptures, such as ‘Mo’ - Roy Rene, now residing in Hindley Street, ‘Simpson and his Donkey’ situated in Adelaide's Memorial Gardens, and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander War Memorial on Torrens Parade Grounds, have been created in the rear of the building.
Works shown in the gallery are available for purchase.
This website has a page highlighting paintings, drawings and sculptures for sale.