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The Lorraine Family welcomes you to visit
Warragul Art Studios and the WAS Gallery

Warragul Art Studios and the WAS Gallery is the culmination of the Lorraine family’s life long involvement in the arts. Having grown up in a family of artists, Anne Lorraine held a long time dream of creating an inspiring place to house and show their decades of creative work. Prior to acquiring the property, Anne was already familiar with 37 Latrobe Street as a fabulous and well kept example of Art Deco architecture, perfect for a gallery and art studios and worthy of renovation and preservation.

Located in the heart to Gippsland, the family now welcomes visitors to view exhibitions featuring oil and watercolour paintings, ceramics, jewellery and object design, photography and illustration.

WAS Gallery continues to keep its artists and visitors safe.

Please follow current Covid management conditions, practice social distancing, use the hand sanitizer and do not enter if you are unwell with cold or flu symptoms.

Current Exhibitions

Artwork with influences from Far North Queensland, Darwin, Papua New Guinea and South East Asia are currently on show at WAS Gallery. Jennifer Ure's drawings and watercolours and Jeannie Heynatz's mixed media paintings draw from the tropics and the different cultures they have lived in. Wild and Tame runs from 19 March to 14 May, 2022. 

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Gary McPhedran in WAS Gallery


View current and past exhibitions, as well as artwork for sale.


Wild and Tame

Wild and Tame, mixed media paintings by Jeannie Heynatz, drawings and paintings by Jennifer Ure,...

Pots and Prints 22

Pots and Prints 22 at WAS Gallery from 29 January to 12 March, 2022, featured...

Moment and Aerials

Julie Rosewarne Fosters drawings of still life in her studio and garden scenes around her...

Contact us

For all enquiries please contact Anne Lorraine on 0428 513 905 or send an email >

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