• A Closer Look At… the Bridges of Andrew Sayers

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    Included in our current exhibition Andrew Sayers: Defining the Artist is a series of gouaches created over a five year period focussing on the picturesque wooden bridges of the south coast of New South Wales. The bridges attracted Sayers as subject matter on a number of levels; from their natural appeal, to a curiosity about their structure and […]


  • A Closer Look At…. Andrew Sayers

    The gouaches of Andrew Sayers are evocative and atmospheric, encapsulating a real sense of space and of place. Painted en plein air, they speak of the challenges of depicting the scene in front of you as it changes depending on natural conditions, such as light and weather. Sayers’s work contrasts these fleeting moments of the elements against ancient […]


  • Vale Edmund Capon AM OBE

    Edmund Capon - image copyright Sydney Morning Herald

    It is with sadness that we pay tribute to Edmund Capon. An individual as unique as his mismatched socks, his engaging personality brought much to the Australian art world and his enthusiasm and accessibility were but some of his special attributes.   Our thoughts are with Edmund’s family and friends and all at the Art […]


  • Andrew Sayers: Defining the Artist in The Good Weekend magazine

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    Bogola Head (2015) by Andrew Sayers, gouache on paper, 57cm x 76.5cm. Good Weekend readers will have spotted John McDonald’s review of our current exhibition of gouaches by Andrew Sayers as reproduced below. The evocative landscapes, with a beautiful sense of space and place are on show until 27 April.   Art: Andrew Sayers By John […]


  • Doug Hall opens Andrew Sayers’ exhibition at LDFA

    We were delighted that Andrew’s friend and colleague Doug Hall was able to open the exhibition Andrew Sayers: Defining the Artist, featuring a series of over 40 gouaches of both intimate and sweeping views of the coast, the desert, gardens, bridges, rocks, seas and skies. Doug Hall AM, former Director at the Queensland Art Gallery […]


  • Lauraine Diggins OAM

    On International Womens Day, we’re celebrating all women worldwide; and in particular one woman close to our hearts, Lauraine Diggins. The staff at Lauraine Diggins Fine Art are very proud that Lauraine has received a Medal of the Order of Australia at this year’s Australia Day Honours for services to the museums and galleries sector. […]


  • Andrew Sayers: Exhibition Opening Sat 2 March

    Andrew_Sayers-Bridge Wallaga Lake

    Brave the heat and join us at the exhibition opening of gouaches by Andrew Sayers where the sense of light and air and space will cool you down! We look forward to Doug Hall AM (former Director at QAGOMA and former Australian Commissioner, Venice Biennale) sharing his insights about Andrew Sayers, the artist, who is […]


  • Farewell Indi

    It is with great sadness that we farewelled our Gallery dog Indi this month. She was a very dear companion to Lauraine and family and Gallery staff. Hopefully she has found her friend Matilda and they are chasing seagulls & balls on the beach. The Gallery won’t be the same without her. Millie and particularly Roxy […]


  • Vale Kathleen Petyarre


    We were saddened to learn of the death of celebrated Utopia artist Kathleen Petyarre on 24 November 2018. Recognised as one of the premier contemporary painters of the central and western desert art movement, Kathleen’s work was executed in the finest detail, depicting the travels of Arnkerrth, the Mountain Devil Lizard. Since her prize winning entry […]


  • McWilliams on show at John Glover’s Patterdale Farm

    McWilliams cupboard Patterdale Farm

    “The old King Billy pine cupboard has been decorated by Tasmanian contemporary painter, Michael McWilliams, who began his career painting on old furniture from his family’s antique business. The painting above the cupboard is a watercolour of Nile Farm as it was in 1962, painted by a Launceston local.” A recent article celebrates the heritage restoration […]