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Stony Creek Studio

Established in 1973 Stony Creek Studio is situated at the junction of the Yarra River and Stony Creek in Warrandyte, Victoria, Australia.
Warrandyte has a long history of gold mining first discovered in 1851 and later for its famous artists’ colony of painters and potters.
Included in The Heidelberg Artists Trail, Warrandyte retains a rural village atmosphere. Penleigh Boyd painted on the banks of the Yarra River just upstream from Stony Creek Studio.

A collaborative couple

The studios of husband and wife team Walter Magilton and Denise Keele-bedford offer an exciting range of traditional and contemporary artwork.
Set amongst the natural eucalyptus bush the studios are open by appointment for those wishing to view the artists’ artwork.
Stony Creek Studio offers Art Classes set during school terms. Students of all levels of expertise can experiment with different mediums and techniques to expand their knowledge at their own pace. Day and Evening Classes are available for adults in limited numbers.
Please contact the studio for inclusion on the mailing list for Exhibitions, Workshops, Art Classes and Open Studio Displays.

Pictured below:
Warrandyte Uniting Church Peacewall Designed by Denise Keele-bedford and Walter Magilton, Photo: Stephen Reynolds

Warrandyte Uniting Church Peacewall by Denise Keele-bedford and Walter Magilton, Photo: Stephen Reynolds