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Your Mother’s Day Gift Guide

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  • Kerry-Anne Blanket
  • 03/04/2023

In preparation for Mother’s Day (14th May 2023) we’ve put together a collection of unique art gifts for the incredible lady in your life. Whether you’re looking at gift ideas for your mother, sister, nan or other amazing mother figure in your life, these pieces are sure to be a well received symbol of love and appreciation worth unwrapping! 


1. Floral Paintings 

Flowers, chocolates, and cards are popular gifts to symbolise one’s love and appreciation for their mother or mother figure. The carnation is a type of flower which is particularly symbolic of Mother’s Day, being an American tradition which dates back to the early 1900s. However many types of flowers are typically gifted in Australia. Pink and yellow blooms are very popular depending on the tastes of the individual recipient too. Here are some floral artworks for her to treasure forever. 

Partly Cloudy Study 1 (30.11.22)

Arabella’s Gift Study 2 (12.12.22)

These floral paintings were created with Mother’s Day in mind by KAB Gallery artist Sally West. They are original oil paintings on panel board framed in a contemporary white frame. 



Sally West
Partly Cloudy Studies (30.11.22)
Oil on Panel Framed in White


 2. Miniature Icons – Memorable moments and locations captured in paint


These gorgeous miniature paintings by KAB Gallery artist Jo Waite are perfectly sized for gifting. They are incredibly detailed, framed and easily shipped. 


 3. Hand Painted Ceramics by John Earle

Wild Garden II – Ceramic

If you’re shopping for a beach-going art lover, look no further than these hyper-realistic ceramics hand painted by well-known and much loved KAB Gallery artist John Earle. The ceramics vary in size and price with a range of different ocean and sand scenes.



 4. Contemporary Beach Scenes by Adrian Turner

Morning Colours

Through the Rocks – Avoca


 5. Mini Dogman Sculpture by Gillie and Marc

Cool Mini Dogman – Blue

Cool Mini dogman – White

Gift a pocket puppy this year with no obligations! This cute miniature sculpture by Gillie and Marc is made with a polyresin and fresh white or blue paint finish, sitting at approx. 18cm tall.


6. An eternal bouquet bombed in by Banksy 


   7. Vivid interior art by Jacki Fewtrell-Gobert

Late Afternoon Table Study

Jacki Fewtrell-Gobert’s paintings focus on the beauty of the home interior – our treasured personal space filled with memories, comfortable furnishings, special objects and homely art. Jacki refers to these paintings as ‘casual still life studies’. Paintings of interiors are fascinating images. 


8. An Online Gift Voucher 

If you’re still stuck on ideas a gift voucher is always a great option too. They are valid for 3 years and can be spent at either of our KAB Gallery locations (Terrigal or Sydney) as well as online too. Mums always love a little online shopping time, and our online experience is fun and easy with the team at hand to help 7 days a week. Vouchers are available in any amount, just contact our team to help organize and personalise it for you!


All the gifts mentioned above are hand selected and available in store and online – simply click on the image to take you straight to the product page. Easy shipping makes shopping a bit easier this silly season. Let our friendly team know if we can assist with any part of the process. 

Visit our Central Coast art gallery located on Terrigal beachfront or our North Shore art gallery located on the Pacific Highway at Pymble. More information about the locations and opening times LINK discover more about your local art gallery and the art collections. 

Kerry-Anne Blanket, Director & Curator - KAB Gallery
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Kerry-Anne Blanket

Director & Curator - KAB Gallery

KAB Gallery’s Kerry-Anne Blanket holds a Bachelor of Visual Arts and two Masters degrees (Hons) from the University of Sydney. With an extensive career in art education along with the management of museums and investment art galleries, Kerry-Anne can offer premier art consulting to her clients and source specially requested works. 

She has a keen eye for detail, comprehensive art market knowledge and a love of all things beautiful. Kerry-Anne works directly with artists and collectors alike to curate interesting and eclectic exhibitions.