• Lauraine Diggins collection of Indigenous art on show at Geelong Gallery.

    An Individual Perspective: From the Indigenous Collection of Lauraine Diggins, an exhibition organised by Deakin University is showing at Geelong Art Gallery from 20 February – 26 April 2010.

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  • Elizabeth Kunoth Kngwarray at the Wynne Prize 2010

    Elizabeth Kunoth Kngwarray with her painting at the Wynne Prize at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2010.

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  • Dianne Coulter wins inaugural award

    Lauraine Diggins Fine Art would like to congratulate sculptor Dianne Coulter for winning the 2009 Inaugural Blake Prize for Human Justice. Dianne won with her piece titled ”Cousin of Elizabeth NT”. The life-size sculpture of a pregnant indigenous woman holding a loaf of bread is made of ceramic, polyuruthane, cloth and steel armature. The plastic-wrapped […]

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  • Vale Petyarr Anangker-areny

    Lauraine Diggins Fine Art are sorry to advise that Petyarr Anangker-areny passed away on the evening of the 19th August. The family have given permission for us to convey this sad news. Out of respect for the family, the artist’s name will not be referred to during mourning. She is the sister of Kathleen, Gloria, […]

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  • Robert Clinch Finalist in Geelong Prize

    We are pleased to announce that artist Robert Clinch is a finalist in this year’s Geelong acquisitive print awards. Formerly known as the Geelong print prize, this award is a biennial acquisitive prize conducted by the Geelong Gallery since 1997. For more information visit the Geelong Gallery website here. Artworks by Robert Clinch are currently available […]

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  • 2009 Blake Prize

    We are pleased to announce that artists Angelina Ngal, Cowboy Loy Pwerl and Genevieve Kemarr Loy are finalists in this year’s Blake Prize. First awarded in 1951, the Blake Prize is one of the more prestigious art prizes in Australia. For 55 years it has been awarding a prize for works of art that explore […]

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  • 26th TELSTRA ART AWARDS

    Lauraine Diggins Fine Art would like to congratulate Terry Yumbulul and Trudy Raggett Kemarr for becoming finalists in this years National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards. Works from these artists as well as other exceptional indigenous artists are available from our stockroom here.

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  • International Commission for Gloria Petyarr

    Gloria’s Leaf design was selected by Hermes for their 2009 collection, and has been released internationally. The design will feature on Hermes’ desireable silk scarves. This commission came about as a result of Lauraine Diggins Fine Art exhibiting Gloria’s work at ArtParis 2006 where she caught the eye of artistic director of Hermes, Pierre Alexis […]

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  • Vale Peter Walsh

    The art world is mourning the untimely passing of artist Peter Walsh on the 16th January, 2009. Peter died of cancer-related problems in Melbourne, aged only 51. Peter was a gentle, perceptive and unique figure in contemporary art. After studying at the Wimbledon School of Art in London and the VCA in Melbourne, his first […]

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  • ALBANY ART PRIZE 2009

    We are pleased to announce that Cowboy Loy Pwerl and his daughter Genevieve Kemarr Loy are both finalists in this year’s Albany Art Prize. The City of Albany Art Prize is an annual acquisitive prize open to all Australian artists for a two dimensional painting. With a first prize of $25 000, the prize attracts […]

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