Where is the gallery?
Riverton Light Gallery is located in the main street of Riverton, a small rural town, in the Mid-North of South Australia. Only a 75min drive from Adelaide, the gallery is ideally situated about halfway between the Clare Valley and world renown Barossa Valley wine regions.
When are you open?
The Riverton Light Gallery is open to the public on the last Sunday of every month 11 - 3 pm or by appointment. To book a viewing appointment, simply get in touch with us and we will do our best to accomodate your request.
How will I receive my artwork?
We value the environment and prefer to use recycled packing materials or sustainable resources for the packaging and delivery of our art. Unframed art will be sent flat packed or can be rolled in a mailing tube. Framed art is packaged in recycled wrapping or a custom-built box depending on the size and the destination. We occasionally offer complimentary delivery on smaller items within the Adelaide region.
How should I care for my artwork?
Ensure the painting is properly hung. Keep away from moisture and direct sunlight. Wipe clean with a lint-free damp cloth.
Can I obtain an art authenticity certificate?
All artworks purchased via our online shop are original and come with an Authentication Certificate, signed by the artist and includes the artist's name, title, medium, dimensions, edition and date of procurement and applicable provenance. For work purchased prior to this service, we offer an Authentication Certificate on artwork by Robert Hannaford and Alison Mitchell for a fee of AU$50 per item.
What is a float frame?
A float frame gives art the illusion of floating inside the picture frame. The frame has its own canvas backing, to which the canvas of the artwork is mounted. This method of attaching the artwork means that the art does not need to touch the frame itself in order to be securely fastened, creating the illusion that it is “floating” within the frame.
We value craftsmanship, quality and sustainability and outsource framing to skilled and trusted professionals. We are able to work with you and the frame maker to customise a bespoke colour frame using a variety of timber and frame profiles.
Do you offer returns or exchanges?
Unfortunately, we are unable to accept returns, exchanges or offer refunds unless you have received an incorrect item.
How can I track my online order?
While your order is being packed and processed, you'll receive an 'In Progress' email. Once your order has been shipped, we will send a shipping confirmation email to let you know. This will include a tracking link to your parcel, so you can follow its progress from us to you.
What payment options do you offer?
We accept VISA, Mastercard and direct bank deposits. Should you have any questions regarding payment methods please contact us at info@rivertonlightgallery
Riverton Light Gallery does not store any of your credit card information when you make a purchase. For security purposes please do not send cash to pay for your order. Also, please do not include your credit card number in any email communication.
All pricing is in Australian dollars and includes GST. All prices are subject to change without notice and all items remain property of the Riverton Light Gallery until paid for in full.
What does sustainability mean to you?
At Riverton Light Gallery, sustainability means always having longevity in mind. We achieve this through our considered approach to high quality, durability and functionality. Quality is our essence, from the fibres chosen in the canvas, to the gallery experience and everything in between. We prefer to use recycled packing materials where possible or choose sustainable resources for the packaging and delivery of our art.
Are sculptures + maquettes ready for sale?
The casting process is commenced on purchase order basis and therefore no sculpture is ready for sale immediately. For further information, get in touch with us via firstname.lastname@example.org