Cameron Robbins

Cameron Robbins' Small Electrical Storm at East Gippsland Art Gallery

Jenny Toye

A sneak preview of Jenny Toye's exhibition, Performance on an Egg in November at Warnambool Art Gallery alongside acclaimed illustrator Shaun Tan.

Gordon Bain

For most of my working life, I’ve been in book publishing as a freelance illustrator. Over the years I’ve also been involved in many community art projects, and at the same time I’ve exhibited my paintings in group and solo shows.

Leslie Ritchie

Leslie Ritchie is a Gunaikurnai Monaro artist living in Bairnsdale, and working across a range of 2D and 3D artforms.

Linden Dean

Linden Dean pop-up exhibition at the Gallery

Alan Solomon

Alan is a proud Gunai Kurnai artist. Born, raised and living in East Gippsland, his family lineage also links back to the Monaro tribe of southern NSW.

Deborah Halpern Pop-up exhibition

Deborah Halpern is a sculptor, mosaic, ceramic and glass artist, notable for her prominent and popular works of public art.

Simone Lutz

Simone R. Lutz is a visual artist and occasional nerd. She is originally from the Philippines where she studied and practiced engineering for close to a decade before she realised that her other dreams were calling to her, quite loudly.

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