• Robert Clinch and the Goggomobil D’Art Project

    Robert Clinch and the Goggomobil D'art Project 2017

    Our forthcoming exhibition: Robert Clinch and the Goggomobil D’Art Project  will open on Saturday 25th March including unveiling the car. The iconic Goggomobil Dart car and distinctive painted paper darts by Melbourne contemporary realist artist Robert Clinch collide to create a unique objet d’art in this intriguing project resulting in a remarkable painted art car. […]

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  • More about Stephen Bowers….

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    The richly ornate ceramic work of Stephen Bowers has been spotted by C-File magazine, a global voice for contemporary ceramic artists, curators, critics, collectors, dealers and educators. See what they had to say here. Stephen’s work is also included in Geelong Gallery’s current exhibition Tricking the Eye: contemporary trompe l’oeil, showing until 12 February 2016. […]

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  • A Closer Look At… Stephen Bowers

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    Our exhibition by internationally recognised ceramicist Stephen Bowers: Jamais Vu explores the idea that work which have never been seen are nevertheless familiar. To familiarise yourself with the works in the exhibition you may wish to download our A Closer Look At… essays which look further in depth at some of the pieces in the exhibition, or watch […]

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  • FINANCIAL REVIEW – European Old Masters lead Melbourne sale

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  • Harold Mitchell’s article The Age Friday 12 August

    Those at the opening of our Collectors’ Exhibition 2016 on Saturday 6th August enjoyed the entertaining speech by raconteur Harold Mitchell AC. Click here to watch the video of the opening . Read his article from the Business Today section of The Age, Friday 12 August – click on the link below for the full text. […]

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  • If money were no object…..

    Just discovered a new dimension of Andrew Bolt, his good taste in art. (Click on the image to be redirected to the article)

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  • Masters of the drawn line feature at exhibition

    Nora Heysen and Constance Stokes: Drawings from the Estates in The Australian Financial Review, Thursday 7th July 2016 by Peter Fish. Masters of the drawn line feature at exhibition by Peter Fish, The Australian Financial Review Thursday 7 July 2016 p. 14 Two acclaimed artists, Nora Heysen and Constance Stokes, are featured at an exhibition […]

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  • Patchwork, ironic, serious and kitsch: the best of the Archibald finalists by Joanna Mendelssohn

    Read Joanna Mendelssohn’s article from The Conversation about the 2016 Archibald including Michael McWilliams’ The Usurpers (Self Portrait). “The Tasmanian artist Michael McWilliams’ The usurpers (self portrait) is a magically elaborate study in a similar mode to that of the Italian Renaissance artist Giuseppe Arcimboldo. Every element is an import to Australia. Sheep, cattle, pigeons, carp, […]

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  • Congratulations Michael McWilliams Archibald Finalist

    Congratulations to Michael McWilliams who is a finalist in the 2016 Archibald Prize showing at the Art Gallery of New South Wales 16 July – 9 October 2016. His painting, The Usurper (Self-Portrait) synthetic polymer on linen, 200 x 160 cm is an environmental statement about the relationship between humankind and the earth, in particular the […]

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  • Scotchman’s Hill Wine Offer

    Scotchman's Hill Wine

    The association of art and wine is one that has a long tradition both internationally and within Australia, and it may not come as a surprise that Lauraine Diggins Fine Art has a strong working relationship with the prominent winery Scotchmans Hill, located on the Bellarine Peninsula.Through this association, we are pleased to offer the following opportunity. […]

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