August 30th, 2011 by Anita

Our Place



Anita Laurence lives and works in King Valley, North East Victoria with her husband master printmaker Bill Young. Together they operate professional printmaking studios that cater for their own ongoing collaborative projects and those of visiting artists.






Anita’s artwork can be purchased from:

The Art Vault Mildura

Cascade Print Room Maldon

Lauriston Press Gallery Kyneton

Off Centre Gallery + Studio

Queenscliff Gallery & Workshop

Rick Amor Print Prize

November 5th, 2015 by Anita

Finalists Exhibition Invitation


Anita has been selected as a finalist in the Rick Amor Print Prize 2015- The Barn Montsalvat  3 December 2015 – 24 January 2016

Arts Wodonga Hume Bank Acquisitive Art Award

November 5th, 2015 by Anita

2015 DL saved side by side


Anita has been selected as a finalist in the Arts Wodonga Hume Bank Acquisitive Art Award.

Opening on the 13 November 5.30pm exhibition runs till 12 December


Silk Cut Award Exhibition

September 1st, 2015 by Anita

Wangajazzaratta” has been selected to be included in the exhibition of finalists in the 2015 Silk Cut Award which will be held at the Glen Eira City Council Gallery from the 5–20 September 2015. Award winners will be announced at the Official Opening Friday 4 September 6-8pm


August 12th, 2015 by Anita

Wangajazzaratta Linocut 2014

Collecting and Growing
Wangaratta Art Gallery Collection
15 August-13 September Gallery 2

Wine and Cheese evening Thursday 20 August 5-6.30 pm

Wangajazzaratta was recently purchased by the Wangaratta Art Gallery.
Join gallery director Dianne Mangan for an insightful talk on the gallery collection, it’s strengths, how it is growing and the future of the collection.
Also discussing some of the key pieces that will be on display.

Exhibition at The Art Vault

May 5th, 2015 by Anita

Exhibition of recent works  at The Art Vault in Mildura

13 May – 1 June

A new series of linocut prints and paintings tracing the landscape of the Millewa region of North West Victoria opens at the The Art Vault on 13 May. An elevated perspective of paddocks and silos uses the contrast of black and white linocut prints to reveal the patterns of pre GPS cropping techniques. Colour paintings on Blue Lake cotton paper in Anita’s signature style convey the evocative colours and emphasise the patterns of this rural Landscape. Linking the colour and the pattern of both mediums are two unique colour reduction linocut prints.

Also in the exhibition are black and white linocut prints responding to Wangaratta and the Jazz festival.


The Millewa-Karawinna

The Millewa-Karawinna