Fitzroy, although often defined by its high-end fashion and café culture is intensely dualistic - it's eclectic gentrified surface undercut by a deep indigenous significance. Its unrivaled creative audacity illuminates Fitzroy from every angle.






















ARTWALK - Friday 2.00PM UNTIL 4.30PMPM

or by special arrangement

An ARTWALK GIFT card is available and can be purchased on our booking page.

COST: $70.00 for one
GROUP BOOKING: 2-6 (maximum 6) $55.00 per person MORNING + AFTERNOON
2.5 to 3hr Artwalk

Meet at Gertrude Street Enoteca
229 Gertrude Street Fitzroy




Fitzroy Enoteca






Featured artists



Tony Lloyd

Heavy Light, 2012

oil on linen

92 x 121cm

Image courtesy of the artist




Tony Lloyd has held over twenty solo shows and has been included in numerous group exhibitions in Australia and Europe. Recent solo showings have been at Hill Smith Gallery in Adelaide and the Cat Street Gallery in Hong Kong.

In 2009 Gippsland Art Gallery presented Lost Highways a major survey of Lloyd's work from 1999-2009.

Since gaining his Masters degree at RMIT University in 2000, Lloyd has shown widely in Australia and internationally, including Melbourne, Sydney, Hong Kong, Beijing, London and Amsterdam.

Collections include, State Library of Victoria, Gippsland Art Gallery, RMIT Gallery, Artbank, Macquarie Bank, BHP Billiton and the City of Whitehorse.

Lloyd is the winner of the 2012 John Leslie Art Prize, he was a recipient of the RMIT Post Graduate Award and has been short listed for numerous prizes. He has received Development Grants from Australia Council for the Arts and has had artist residencies at The British School at Rome, at Canvas International Art in the Netherlands and at 24hr Art's Beijing studio in China.

Tony Lloyd features in New Romantics, Darkness and light in Australian Art by Simon Gregg. The cover features Lloyd's painting, Eternity 2004

Tony Lloyd is now represented by Dianne Tanzer Gallery + Projects


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camilaa tadich

Supermarket, Pheasant Creek, 2011

oil on linen


courtesy the artist and dianne tanzer gallery + projects



Camilla Tadich's practice focuses on the nocturnal Australian landscape and explores spaces within darkness. Fleeting moments are captured as light moves in uncanny ways through trees and along roads. Senses are enhanced as we traverse the darkened landscapes of these paintings. Tadich's experience with the Australian bush and the Victorian fires leads her to create work that represents the beauty and disquieting qualities of nature.

Tadich's work was included in the Bushfire Australia exhibition at Tarrawarra Museum of Art in 2010 and her work features as part of the Artbank, Bundanon Trust, City of Whitehorse and Nillumbik Shire collections. As well as winning the peoples choice award at the Fletcher Jones Art Prize, Tadich has been a finalist in the Nillumbik Shire Art Prize, the RBS Art Prize, Waterhouse Natural History Prize and is the recipient of an Australian Council for the Arts New Work Grant. In 2007 Tadich completed the Bundanon Residency in New South Wales.

Most recently she has been included in Simon Gregg's book, New Romantics: Darkness and Light in Australian Art.








Marion Drew Penguin

Penguin with enamel jug, 2009,

archival pigment on cotton paper,

112 x 134 cm

courtesy the artist and dianne tanzer gallery + projects



Marian Drew was born in Australia in 1960 and studied visual art at Canberra School of Art from 1980 - 1984. From 1984 through 1985, Drew undertook postgraduate studies in Experimental Photography at the Kassel University, Germany. She is currently the Senior Lecturer in Photography Art Practice at the Queensland College of Art, a position she has held since 1986. Marian Drew has held many solo exhibitions in Australia, the United States, France and Germany, including representing Australia in the First Asia Pacific Triennial at the Queensland Art Gallery. In addition she has participated in group exhibitions in China, Germany, the United States and over forty curatorial shows in Australia. In 2010, Marian Drew undertook a Residence through PS1, at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Drew's work is held in numerous major collections, such as the National Gallery of Australia, the Getty Institute Los Angeles, Queensland Art Gallery and South Australian Art Gallery. Her first monograph (Marian Drew: Photographs and Video Works) was published by the Queensland Centre for Photography in 2006, the same year that she was nominated as one of Australia's most collectable artists by Australian Art Collector Magazine.

Marian Drew was invited to exhibit in the 3rd Photoquai photography biennale in Paris at the Musee du Quai Branly 2011. The exhibition on the banks of the Siene features the works of 46 photographers from 26 countries.






"A huge thank you for Friday. I loved it . Thank you for being so generous. I will certainly be recommending Art Walk Melbourne!"

Vicki Rockefellar. Enthusiast  - Melbourne. 2013

"Over the past few years I have participated in several Artwalk visits to galleries and have enjoyed every one of them. As an amateur artist and art enthusiast I have really enjoyed talking to the gallery owners about new and emerging artists as I am interested in the process they go through once completing art school, finding a gallery to represent them, and then selling their work. The best thing about going with a group, such as Artwalk, is the ability to ask questions and interact with the gallery owners and artists on a more personal level which would probably not happen if you dropped into the gallery by yourself. The walks are extremely well organised - we visitied a number of galleries in a short period of time, we saw a vastly different collection of works and genres. I have found Artwalk to be a very enriching experience, both culturally and socially, and wouldn't hesitate to recommend it to anyone interested in the rich and vibrant Melbourne art scene".

Angela Wood. Enthusiast and Collector
Hampton, Victoria. 2012