Strayleaves Art Studio

Kurrajong Flower
Collage of the Power Station
An Exhibition by Raeleen Pfeiffer

Strayleaves Art Studio is a working studio and displays original artworks in a rural setting by Raeleen Pfeiffer. The studio is Raeleen's own space in which she creates artwork depicting her surrounding environment.

Located at The Rock on the family farm, Raeleen has renovated an old cottage to include a gallery and a large workshop room. Strayleaves Art Studio has been open since 2008 and Raeleen has hosted exhibitions, workshops and art classes here. 

Raeleen has successfully entered a number of competitions and has a diverse range of artwork for sale. Paintings, drawings sculpture and prints are all mediums she enjoys.

Visiting Strayleaves Art Studio

Strayleaves Art Studio is located in a rural setting on Raeleen Pfeiffer's family farm, 35kms south west of Wagga Wagga or 8kms North of The Rock PO, cnr of McGeachies Ln and Collingullie Rd.

Currently on display are drawings, paintings, mosaics, clay jewellery and gifts by local artists.

Open By Appointment: Monday - Friday from 9.00am - 5.00pm

Group visits are welcome.

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Exhibitions and Awards

Raeleen has  been a very successful exhibitor at the Spirit of the Land Festival and has been awarded prizes in a variety of mediums over a number of years. For the past two years Raeleen has also been invited to exhibit her award winning sculptures at Floriade in Caberra. 

While the main focus of Strayleaves Art Studio is for Raeleen to produce and sell a diverse range of artwork, some of her work is not always about selling.  It is making a statement or a social comment.

Raeleen Pfeiffer has sold many works to private collections. Her first solo exhibition was held in Wagga Wagga in 2001 called Introspection, a very candid exhibition.  This exhibition was also shown at Blender Gallery, Sydney in 2003 and Charles Smith Gallery, Melbourne in 2004. 

She had another exhibition in All In One Go at Wagga Wagga Art Gallery called Transformation and this was also shown at Blender Gallery in 2006. Raeleen has exhibited at Grenfell 2012 and in 2013 she exhibited images of the Uranquinty Power Station at the Riverina Institute of TAFE.

Raeleen won the Highly Commended Award for the Engineering Australia Magazine 2013 depicting the Generator Cooling Pumps at Uranquinty Power Station.

Raeleen has exhibited at Docker Street Gallery in Wagga Wagga.  These artworks are more abstract and reflect her environment in particular water and drought.

In addition to exhibiting at regional exhibitions, Raeleen is a member of the Wagga Wagga Artists Trail, opening the doors of her studio twice a year so that visitors can see the work that she creates.