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About Peppercorn Gallery

Peppercorn Gallery

Peppercorn Gallery occupies Mill Cottage, built circa 1850, partly as a shop for the Moran sisters and it later served as a bootmaker.

In subsequent times it was used as a dressmakers, a piano school, and in the late 1970's it became Richmond's first Tea Room.

Peppercorn Gallery was etalished by Kurt & Shirley Ulmer in 1983 as an outlet for Kurt's woodturning, expanding to become  an outlet for Tasmanian craft and artwork.

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Peppercorn Gallery Today

Peppercorn Gallery promotes the work of over 50 Tasmanian artists and artisans covering a wide range of mediums including; ceramics, watercolour, acrylic and mixed media painting, leadlighting, jewellery, Tasmanian timber woodcrafts, leatherwork, candle making, glasswork, photography, indigenous art, book binding, textiles, and many other hand crafted items

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It is Peppercorn Gallery's aim to enable artisans to come together on a co-operative basis to market their work collectively in an encouraging creative  atmosphere, whilst maintaining the reputation of the gallery as an outlet for quality Tasmanian art and craft.

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