The atmospheric 1870s cottage Whistlewood at Shoreham has been host to many well known artists including Arthur Boyd, John Perceval and many others since 1951 when art critic Alan McCulloch AO and actress Ellen McCulloch bought the small cottage in the Peninsula hinterland as their family home.

Current owners art writer & consultant Susan McCulloch OAM and her daughter, curator Emily McCulloch Childs present exhibitions, open days, talks, music performances, unique Art Parades and other events. Featured is art from 30+ Aboriginal art centres around Australia. The range is diverse and ever changing and Susan & Emily provide insightful advice on purchases for the enthusiast and collector alike.  At LTP we believe that all great experiences are drawn from the heart and that a visit to Whistlewood will definitely broaden your mind and lift your spirits.





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