WAS Gallery

WAS Gallery, part of the Warragul Art Studios, was opened in November, 2019. The gallery, at 37 Latrobe Street, occupies a recently restored 1930s house that now provides several art studios and gallery spaces. The building is a stunning example of it’s time with all it’s original features and character retained.

Warragul Art Studios contains workshops and exhibition space for a family of artists. Artworks by Judy Lorraine, Anne Lorraine, Gary McPhedran, Sue Lorraine, Catherine Truman and Hans Lorraine will be represented with other artists being included over time.

Showing from 19 Feb to 9 May, 2020, is a collection of oil and watercolour paintings by Hans Lorraine (1923-2012) who was an architect, artist and Dunera Boy. The HMT Dunera was a ship that sailed from England to Australia in the Second World War carrying mostly Jewish refugees. It is renowned for bringing many who became celebrated artists, architects, musicians, scientists and writers.

Visitors to WAS Gallery are welcome Wednesday to Saturday, 10am – 4pm.
For more information contact Anne Lorraine 0428 513 905.