The Artisan Gallery and Wine Centre is located at Robigana, northern Tasmania.
Ceramic artists Rudolf Sibrava and Lisa Boyter established the gallery in 1989. Rudolf and Lisa also operate their ceramics studio here and visitors can see the artists at work on the premises. The gallery features the work of Tasmanian and Australian artisans, and includes wood design crafted from Tasmanian specialty timbers, fine art, ceramics, glass, and jewellery. Artists include miniaturist Ron Pugh, botanical artist Jennifer Wilkinson and Tasmanian painter Steve Howie. Internationally renowned glass artist James McMurtrie and jewellery designer Tanja Greulich are also featured. Lisa and Rudolf’s ceramics are exhibited in the gallery, in addition to other ceramic artists including potter Moraig McKenna.
The Tamar Valley is one of Tasmania’s premier wine-producing areas. The Artisan Gallery and Wine Centre offers visitors a chance to taste and purchase award-winning Tasmanian wines from local boutique vineyards including Three Wishes, Hillwood and Barringwood Park.
Robigana is 25 minutes north of Launceston (30 kilometres/19 miles) in the West Tamar Valley.