If you are looking to decorate your home or fit-out your office with beautiful images then Gallery Two Six in Catterthun Street, Winnellie, is an excellent place to visit.
Also, if you are looking for a venue for business functions, or a meeting place where guests can feel comfortable surrounded by attractive and welcoming imagery, the gallery can provide an interesting option.
Gallery Two Six is an oasis of serenity and colour in the bustling industrial heart of Darwin where iconic images of the Northern Territory adorn the walls; it is the headquarters of David Hancock, the Territory’s most experienced editorial and corporate photographer, and a former Australian Geographic Photographer of the Year.
Warm Italian downlights and neutral grey walls highlight spectacular and remarkable images, while ample parking space in Catterthun Street and off Downes Street make Gallery Two Six an easy place to visit, and an ideal corporate venue for groups of up to 100 people.
If you are looking for ways to decorate a home or business, the selection of images at Gallery Two Six is certainly the widest in Darwin. Apart from the canvases that hang on the walls, David Hancock has a library of hundreds of thousands of photographic scenes, ranging from landscapes and textures to industrial imagery at mines, pastoral properties, indigenous communities and offshore oil rigs.
While Gallery Two Six is a showroom for much of David’s work, it is also designed to be a small function or meeting venue. There is a kitchen for catering and ample room for entertainment such as a small musical ensemble.
The gallery is open most weekends and during the week when David is in town; otherwise, call the attached telephone numbers and the gallery can open at a mutually convenient time.