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Past Exhibitions

Pots and Prints 22

29 January to 12 March 2022

Pots by local artist Marg McNeill-Alexandra, pots and prints by WAS potter, Gary McPhedran and prints by WAS Director Anne Lorraine.

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Moment and Aerials

13 November, 2021 to 22 January 2022

Drawings by Julie Rosewarne Foster and mosaics by Janet Wyllie. Two local artists working in different media but both their subjects were about where they live in Gippsland.

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Helen Timbury - Retrospective in Print

21 August to 6 November 2021

Colour and black and white linocuts by Helen Timbury. Local Gippsland artist, Helen, drew from her collection of works and created new pieces for the exhibition.

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Judy Lorraine - Retrospective in Clay

15 May to 14 August 2021

50 years of ceramics by significant Australian potter, Judy Lorraine, 1960s to 2010s.

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13 March to 8 May 2021

Photos, paintings and prints by Teresa Kuczynska, Laura Lavender and Mitch Vane.

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Trans Nature

20 January to 6 March 2021

Digital photos and prints by Gippsland artists, Anne Lorraine, Miriam Potts and Irene Proebsting.

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Hans Lorraine, Artist, Architect and Dunera Boy

15 Feb to 9 May 2020

This exhibition showed skills Hans had gleamed from artists he lived with in the camps and the development of his own styles and interpretations over the years in oil and watercolour.

Due to Covid-19 this exhibition remained up for all of 2020.

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WAS Gallery Launch

November 2019 – February, 2020

To launch WAS Gallery, which opened in November 2019, an exhibition of pots by Judy Lorraine and paintings by Anne Lorraine was held. Included were significant 1970s ceramics by Judy Lorraine who had a long and successful career in the arts. One of her major achievements was the Benalla Ceramic Mural Garden, a community arts project that took 27 years to complete in Benalla, Victoria.

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