MARK KIRBY is a multi-award winning artist from Dalby, practicing in several mediums including  watercolours, airbrush and acrylics.  His themes are wide ranging and evocative.

From a political statement about Ukraine to a portrayal  of a Koi Fish Pond, there is always something to see for everyone.

Landscapes, portraits, murals and even cars, there is almost nothing Mark hasn’t painted; certainly a particular favourite in the car scene.  A Luthier by trade, some of Mark’s artwork have graced his handcrafted guitars.

With maturity and experience, Mark’s paintings have become more thoughtful and nuanced, providing not only a beautiful piece of artwork, but a conversation piece for your home.


A medley of images created by Mark Kirby.

The ‘Pot Pourri’ Collection shows a more honest and confronting approach to the artworks Mark creates.  It features his views on Global Warming, The War on Ukraine and a Revealing Insight into what is really behind the darker aspects of his creations.

There’s a little bit of fun applied to the mix, making ‘Pot Pourri’ a joy to be experienced.

Gallery107@Dalby aims to offer a cultural experience equal to any that are found in established Art Galleries across the country.  Dalby’s Art Gallery continues to showcase, support and nurture local creative talent across the Western Downs Region by offering the opportunity of local exhibitions, workshops of quality and variety, as well as the ongoing opportunity to be involved directly in the running of the programs and exhibitions.


The gallery committee facilitates a variety of exhibitions that appeal to and evoke emotional responses in a wide range of audiences. With each exhibition we ensure to offer our consistent standard of excellence and provide a unique experience for audiences of all ages.  The exhibitions range from local artwork to national touring exhibitions.


If you open yourself up to art, you’ll allow this entire world of creativity to literally transform you as a human being. Thanks to the expertise and dedication of our volunteer curators and staff we are able to share a true cultural experience with each visitor who walks through the door. Whilst our new home is smaller, we will continue to serve the community through art exhibitions, workshops, events and retail sales of artworks, merchandise and supplies.