Bells ART Walls

Facilitating creative networks, connecting the local art community with the public and business 

We accept submissions throughout the year from artists.

The Provenance Art Wall

Situated in the region of Fyansford, Victoria just outside the centre of the Geelong and viewed from the Provenance Wines restaurant and Paper Mills Building; Bells Fine Art presents a range of artwork collections from local, emerging, established and international artists.

The wall space was opened up to encourage new thinking, a diversity of styles, artistic education and understanding of contemporary art practice. The Provenance Wall of Art is made up of both curated and proposal based exhibitions and each exhibition attracts a diverse audience of locals and visitors. 

We aim to facilitate creative networks and connect the local art community with the public via the beautiful creative hub of Fyansford.

The audience of local foot traffic, Provenance guests and the Geelong/Surfcoast /Melbourne CBD audiences offers a great cross-section of patrons for public viewing.

Let Bells fill your blank wall with Art

Businesses invited to apply

An opportunity to beautify your space, whether to inspire your customers, workers or catch the eye of passers by.

Bells will take care of the curation and create the perfect exhibition or mural for your space.

Bells Fine Art welcomes proposals from businesses in the local Geelong area to offer their walls as art exhibition space.

Our motto, is ‘creative yet inoffensive’ with a view to creating a dynamic calendar of high quality artistic works that can be turned over every 3-4 months.

We seek to balance and connect emerging and experienced artists with the business supplying the wall. Always, in keeping with the Bells Fine Art brand, we like to present a broad and challenging range of photographic, painted work and multimedia work that challenges traditional thinking. 

Find out more and apply.

Current Exhibition 

City to Country Exhibition

City to Country Exhibition

Exhibition Archive