Brenda May Gallery
Brenda May established Access Gallery in Sydney in 1985 to support emerging Australian artists. The Gallery moved to the Danks Street complex when it opened in 2001 and now represents a select group of established and emerging artists working in a wide range of media.
Artist represented include Tanmaya Bingham, Robert Boynes, Jim Croke, Sybil Curtis, Todd Fuller, James Guppy, Waratah Lahy, Melinda Le Guay, Al Munro, Carol Murphy, Mylyn Nguyen, Leslie Oliver, Lezlie Tilley, Peter Tilley and Nicole Welch.
The Gallery also maintains its support of emerging and non-represented artists by hosting a range of solo and thematic exhibitions throughout the year. In January 2014 the Gallery launched Black Box Projects, a dedicated theatrette space for video and multimedia artworks. An extensive stockroom of sliding racks for easy viewing of the many works for sale, completes this user-friendly gallery.
2 Danks Street was designed for arts patron Leo Christie by Robert May of May+Swan Architects, and led the way to establishing the area as the exciting art and food location that it enjoys today.