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Etcetera Gallery

Open Thursday to Monday 


Cherryl Fyffe calls herself a 'Jack of All Trades' and so in her retirement from art teaching, occasionally finds time to dabble in creative pursuits, creating various types of printed media including collographs, mixed media, drypoints, and etchings. If that doesn't sound busy enough, Cherryl and her husband, Glenwillow Wines' owner and winegrower Peter Fyffe, spend time at their opal mine in White Cliffs, NSW, digging and fossicking for treasured gems. Cherryl then cuts and polishes the opals, creating unique one-of-a-kind mixed metal jewellery Pieces are available exclusively from the gallery. What a clever cookie!

Online sales: Contact artist directly


More art available on Instagram@ etcgallerybendigo

Medieval Style Jewellery

A new range of mixed metal, cold connection jewellery by Cherryl Fyffe - incorporating opals, beach glass, found objects, and heirloom pieces.

Mixed media works

Cherryl's most recent 2D work, recently featured in a group exhibition at Newstead Arts Hub.

Indigenous art

All framed or mounted. Collected by Cherryl and Peter during a central Australia trip in 2019.

All genuine originals sourced from Uluru, Papunya, Kulgera, Hermannsberg.

Women dancing.
Bush medicine.
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Wild tobacco.
Flower of the acacia root.
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Bushtucker - snake and eggs.
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Bush tucker, bush banana, honey ants, bush plum.
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Women waiting for bush tucker.
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