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Celebrating regional Australian art...

Who are we... We are a gallery and studio space that started as a dream and became a community of creative women. We are located in regional Wagga Wagga NSW and are committed to providing a platform for artistic women to share their work with the world. Since we opened in May 2021 we have grown to host over 30 artists and become a place of colour and warmth where you will always find someone creating or ready for a cuppa and a chat.

Shop the art collections...

We live our life in colour her with an ever changing selection of modern Australian art. Our collections and curations are updated every week to help you decorate your life with colour.

Shop the pretty things...

Wearable art! Art doesnt always hang on the wall - sometimes it hangs on your ears or around your neck. We have a beautiful range of bespoke jewellery, gift and homewares available in the gallery and online.

Shop curations designed especially for you...  

We have put together a selection of curated art designed so you 'have to think about your selections too much! 

Do fun things with us...  

Sharing our love of art and creating is so important to us - thats why we run a variety of different classes and workshops for everyone. We celebrate with a few champers and cheese while we create in adult workshops and throw the glitter around with the kids.

We also throw private parties where you can pick a theme and get together with your nearest and dearest to create together.

From law enforcement to gallery owner with Maggie Deall

A Friend of Mine by OAK Magazine

Maggie Deall is not your typical artist. Based in Wagga Wagga, New South Wales, Maggie's days are now filled with a haven of colour and artistic expression. But her journey to this point has been anything but ordinary.

For the past two decades, Maggie has dedicated her life to public service as a sergeant in the NSW police force, where she supervised a team of officers and often found herself as a first responder. It was a demanding career that took its toll with Maggie facing the challenges of anxiety, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

When her psychologist suggested art therapy, Maggie had no idea her career was about to take a remarkable turn.

Maggie opened The Little Yellow House - Gallery and Studio in 2021.

After working in a male-dominated industry, Maggie yearned to create a safe space, not just for herself but for other women as well. She envisioned a gallery and studio space that would foster a vibrant community of creative women, providing them with a platform to share their artistic visions with the wider community.

In this episode, we sit down with Maggie in her own studio, surrounded by the very art that helped her heal and flourish. We delve into her experiences with art therapy, the transferable skills from law enforcement to business owner, and so much more.


ABOUT OAK MAGAZINE: This episode was hosted by Kimberley Furness, founder + editor of OAK Magazine. We are a proudly independent media publisher dedicated to sharing stories and amplifying voices of female change makers and women in business in regional and rural Australia. OAK is an award winning community ecosystem of print, digital, audio and events. We have demonstrated outstanding quality, innovation and impact through our print magazine, podcasts and audio version of OAK Magazine. OAK is where you will find in-depth chats and courageous conversations with women in business from regional and rural Australia.

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For more inspiring stories, visit OAK Magazine website. Hosted by Kimberley Furness, Founder + Editor, OAK Magazine.

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41 Tompson Street Wagga Wagga NSW 2650 0418 414 455

ABN 17 172 361 448

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