Fantastic Visions – Norman Lindsay Gallery, Springwood

Norman Lindsay's home in Springwood became an artistic centre for the creation of an arcadian vision.

Years 10-12 VISUAL ARTS

Lindsay was renowned for his virtuosity. He was an expert draughtsman, etcher, watercolourist, painter and model ship builder and his classical-inspired cement sculptures and fountains fill the landscape with his vision.

Students can

  • REFLECT on how the painting studio reveals the artist’s lifestyle and work practice.
  • LEARN how Lindsay and his wife Rose produced prints in the etching studio.
  • VIEW Lindsay’s major artwork in his home, which is now the gallery.
  • EXPLORE the exterior of the house, the sculpture garden and bushwalks which offer opportunities for photography, sketching and gathering material for process diaries and artworks.

Booking Information

Number of Students – 45 max
Duration – by arrangement
Cost – $4 per student
Bookings – (02) 4751 1067

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14 Norman Lindsay Crescent
Faulconbridge 2776 NSW


Thursday to Monday, 10 - 4pm. Last entry 3pm.

(02) 4751 1067
Entry Fees:

National Trust Members – FREE
Adult - $17
*Concession and Children - $15
Family - $45
(* Concession applies for full-time students, seniors, pensioners and children aged 5-15 years.)
Please note: To ensure we can manage timed entry and safe physical distancing, we are asking visitors to pre-purchase tickets via Eventbrite. Booking fees will apply.

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