Born London 1955, Lesley Redgate emigrated to South Australia in 1967. Her career as artist and educator began in 1976 after completing studies at the SA School of Art and Uni SA. Winner of the Thomas Laird Memorial Traveling Art Study Award led her to overseas travel in 1994 and 1997. She is represented in the Victorian National Gallery as recipient of the Michelle Endowment Award.

Drawing inspiration from the changing Fleurieu landscape, Lesley Redgate’s paintings reflect a vibrancy and visual harmony often found in the harsh Australian environment. Inspired by the Australian Modernists and French post-impressionists, Lesley has developed a style which focuses on the subtleties of colour to describe form. Preoccupied with structure and geometry, her work captures the unusual from ordinary scenes recording the history of the area where she lives and has a deep connection to.


Lesley’s preferred mediums are Acrylic on Belgian linen, Watercolour & Pen & ink. Her work can be found in many private and public collections. Visit her studio by appointment or current exhibitions to view a large selection of works..


Lesley’s studio is situated in the heart of Willunga. She has Open Studio Days on occasional weekends where visitors can drop by to see what’s in the making and purchase works.


Working from her studio, Lesley conducts Art classes for adults. Classes on offer include Drawing, Watercolour and Acrylics for beginners and experienced

Giclee Prints

Museum quality limited editions.

Selected works have been reproduced as Giclee prints. They are professionally photographed and use archival inks on high quality, acid free Hahnemuhle German Etching paper. Individually signed and numbered images are displayed on the Gallery page. Available in various sizes, framed or unframed.


Purchases can also be made through stockists or online.

A selection of Large cards sealed in plastic sleeves with white envelopes (sizes 130 x 180mm & 150 x 150mm).

Gift Vouchers available.