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We house four purpose built Artist studios.

Our space is a creative place, and these are the people that create here.

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Baden Croft is a Mornington Peninsula based artist influenced by life on the Australian coast where he spends endless hours surfing and exploring the native flora and fauna. With a deep interest in the natural environment, Baden’s works often explore the ever increasing theme of human impact on ecology. Croft’s subject matter spans from native eucalyptus floral arrangements to critically endangered wildlife and introduced pest species. In thick, textured oil paint up to 3cm deep, Baden’s work comes to life with depth, movement and subtle plays on perspective.


Since Baden’s first solo exhibition in 2017 his paintings have been greatly appreciated and are now recognised and sought after by art collectors and interior designers. He has exhibited in group and solo exhibitions in Sydney and Melbourne and his works are held in private collections around Australia and overseas.

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Liam Waldie

Liam Waldie is an emerging Artist based on the Mornington Peninsula, Victoria.  His works primarily deals with the landscape often depicting where the ocean meets the land, or winding roads toward endless horizons.  He creates contemporary Australian landscapes, rich in layered colour and detail drawn from personal experiences in an attempt to connect the viewer to the landscape and take away the importance the environment has on us.

Waldie has exhibited in solo and group shows, and his works are private collections across Australia and overseas.

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suitable for all artists

15 square meter space suitable for painters, sculptors, illustrators, graphic designers ect… we don’t discriminate.
Rent includes use of external gallery space, kitchen and high speed internet.

Contact us for further details.

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Adrianne Dimitrakakis

Adrianne Dimitrakakis is the artist behind Atlas.

Her artwork has progressed from minimal vintage style maps into colour and texture-filled large pieces. Inspired from living in a sub tropical location and alluring places around the world.  Especially all the little things discovered while on her travels; textured walls, fruit stands, old signage and many collected coasters and vintage matchbooks.


For the love of things worn with a past life and that tell a story of time. The vintage aesthetic provokes thought of the many places we’ve passed in order to get to where we’re going and also those places yet to be discovered. They are out there, waiting to be found.

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