From its inception in 1971, McClelland was developed with a vision to be a place of inclusion for all to enjoy. Featuring the first bespoke modernist gallery designed by architects Munro and Sargent to be built in regional Victoria, it is known today as the McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery.
Today McClelland’s unique outdoor sculpture collection showcases over 100 works by prominent Australian sculptors such as Inge King, Lenton Parr, Clement Meadmore, George Baldessin, Robert Owen and Norma Redpath along with recent acquisitions including Rick Amor, Lisa Roet and Ken Unsworth.
In addition, three indoor gallery spaces accommodate changing exhibitions and collection displays of works on paper, photography, painting and sculpture.
The gallery complex, houses the community art groups of the McClelland Guild of Artists, Peninsula Woodturners Guild, Frankston Lapidary Club and the McClelland Spinners and Weavers Inc.
McClelland aspires to lead the international conversation between art and the natural environment.
Gallery Hours: Tues-Sun 10am-5pm
Sculpture Park: 7 days 10am-6pm
Entry by donation