Tony Lopes — Insanity Streak with a Hint of Landscapes
Our latest exhibition, commencing 3 November, is a brilliant collection of cartoons and photographic work by the very talented artist, Tony Lopes. His company, Stoneytoons, is a well established cartoon ‘brand’ both in Australia and overseas, with Tony’s Insanity Streak comic strips appearing in 10 countries around the world.
Immensely popular in Australia, Insanity Streak will be accompanied by an interesting selection of Tony’s local landscapes as he is also a talented photographer.
We do hope to see many visitors enjoying his work, with the exhibition running through until the end of January.
Open daily from 3 November, 2017–28 January, 2018, 10 am–4 pm. (Note that the gallery is closed Christmas Day.)
Entry fee is $5 for adults $3 children under 16 and U5 and Friends of the Gallery FREE.
Ph: 6651 7343 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for group bookings
Win this signed original artwork and other great prizes.
To coincide with the Insanity Streak with a Hint of Landscapes exhibition, artist Tony Lopes is running his seventh caption writing competition.
Supply the funniest caption for this cartoon, and you could win the signed, original artwork, a limited edition signed artwork, a $100 iTunes voucher plus other great prizes.
The winning cartoon will also appear in newspapers worldwide, credited with the winner's name. So if you're a budding cartoonist, this could be your big break.
Deadline for entries is 10 November, 2017.
See http://stoneytoons.com/contest.aspx for full details.
What our visitors say
An exceptional little gallery with lots of history and cartoons as well. The Phantom exhibition was fantastic the only dismay was the inability to take photos, which I do understand. There was a great picture of a female phantom which was very relevant in today's times.
Louise Jane Dickson
Awesome Gallery. The Bald Archy Exhibition was incredible. The artists were so talented, especially Julie Nadin who painted portraits of Jimmy Barnes, Magda Zubanski & Bob Hawke. The volunteers at the Gallery were so friendly & informative. Well worth a visit !!!
This is an amazing place. The Phantom display was excellent.
Loved the interactive side of the Phantom display. Great for kids of all ages
The cartoons are a great laugh and piece of history, the staff and volunteers are wonderful. Just something different to do right on city hill.
The Bunker Cartoon Gallery do an excellent job promoting and showcasing Australian Cartooning. Well worth the visit.
Much hard work has been invested to make this a unique gallery for cartoon art. Well done!
Friendly, funny and well worth a visit. You could spend hours just going through the archives!
Well worth a visit, even my teenagers enjoyed the cartoons!
Lorna Welsh, Julianne McKeon, Martin Wells, Sarah Rose, Linda Wells, Dee Texidor
- Phantom Art Show
- 2017 Bald Archies
- 2017 Rotary Cartoon Awards
Open daily, 10 am–4 pm
Adults $5 entry; Children under 16 $3; Friends of the Gallery and under-5s Free
(02) 6651 7343