The beauty of the region attracts many creative types - painters, glass-blowers, sculptors, actors, musicians...At Lake House we are proud to represent some of the best local artwork from the region.

Allan Wolf-Tasker - A new exhibition: Far North

Exhibition: Far North 
Tuesday 23rd October – Saturday 3rd November 2018
fortyfivedownstairs, 45 Flinders Lane Melbourne, Victoria

Allan Wolf-Tasker has spent a lifetime studying the Australian landscape. From aerial perspectives along the Great Ocean Road to a drought ridden Victorian countryside; he has always managed to find an optimistic view of Australia’s diverse terrain. 

In this most recent exhibition; Allan leaves his studio in Daylesford for the vastly different Far North of Australia, an area he has visited with his wife Alla since the 1970s but never before captured on his canvas. The opportunity to “fully exploit the colour palette” proved too tempting...

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David Bromley - Paintings & Sculptures

David Bromley arrived in Australia from England at the age of four in 1964. His works, typically capturing childhood innocence lost and found, and more recently exploring the female form, can themselves be found in major private and corporate collections in Hong Kong, Japan, South Africa, USA, Europe, and Australia. His work is exhibited regularly throughout Australia, Europe, UK, South Africa, America & Asia and he has in the last ten years had over thirty solo exhibitions. He has twice been named recently by Australian Art Collector magazine as one of Australia’s 50 most collectible artists. On display in the Salus Day Spa.

Lawrence Winder - Bronze  Sculptures

Lawrence trained in dance, art and education and has participated in over twenty shows at various galleries. His figurative sculptures displayed at Lake House are suitable for both the garden and inside spaces and vary from 1/6 to life size. The personality of the model has much to do with the manner in which these pieces quietly hold their space. All works are made in classic bronze - nine sculptures per edition only and are on display throughout the garden.

Glenn Mack - Glass Art

Glenn’s working life has included university lecturer, A.B.C. television scriptwriter and children’s author.   Throughout all of these activities he has maintained his passion for the allure of kiln-formed glass. Recently he has worked full time exploring the possibilities of glass- forming; making major contributions to the studio glass industry. In addition to commissions for water-features, architectural glass walls, lighting and bowls, he has major stained glass works in Australian cathedrals and churches in every state of Australia

Miriam Porter - Sculptures in Wood

Miriam is a sculptor working  with wood to create furniture and a variety of individual projects for a range of public and private clients. For the past 15 years Miriam  has drawn inspiration from some of our favorite local personalities- cockatoos, magpies and possums. Miriam's work is scattered throughout the country gardens at Lake House. Her studio is a short stroll from the property and she welcomes visitors by appointment.

Don Wreford - Hot Glass

Don Wreford is one of Australia's leading  glass artists. Lake House displays a variety of his pieces in private rooms. He was most recently commissioned to produce a gift for the Danish community to present to Crown Prince Frederik and Crown Princess Mary.