Saddlers Court is a fine art gallery in Richmond, south east Tasmania. Richmond is an historic Georgian Village, a 30-minute drive north-east of Hobart (27 kilometres) and a 20-minute drive from the Hobart airport.
Established since 1968, Saddlers Court showcases high quality Tasmanian paintings and craft. The gallery displays a range of work including ceramics, wood, glass, jewellery and metal, original paintings and prints. Work by more than 100 Tasmanian artists and craftspeople is shown here. The Gallery displays work by artists including painter and printmaker Tom Samek, painter and musician George Callaghan, sculptor and decorative blacksmith Bruce Pringle and renowned glass artist Richard Clements, among many others.
See more at our website or you can browse Saddlers Court’s gallery spaces, warmed by a log fire and soft music. The gallery is located in the centre of Richmond Village, close to restaurants and cafes and a two-minute walk from the historic Richmond Gaol.