Dianne Ogg

Influences in her work have come from her professional career as a Biochemist and Zoologist, her travels around the world with her husband Jeff Ogg (who is a Veterinary Surgeon), and her mother - prominent artist Gwen Pratt (FRAS). We've been representing Dianne Ogg for the past 30 years, her work is eclectic and spectacularly decorative - which keeps people coming back to repurchase, as her work is unique and versatile.    

Art Work

Dianne Ogg - Winter Hydrangeas.jpeg

Winter Hydrangeas

Size: 760 x 910mm

 

Red Poppies,

Provence, France

Size: 760 x 910mm

 

Dianne Ogg - Red Poppies, Provence, Fran
Dianne Ogg - Seahorse Reef.jpeg

Seahorse Reef

Size: 92 cm x 122 cm

 

Lionfish

Size: 76 cm x 102 cm

 

Dianne Ogg - Lionfish.jpeg
Dianne Ogg - Nautilus.jpeg

Nautilus

Size: 55 cm x 61 cm

 

Storm Surge

Size: 76 cm x 102 cm

 

Dianne Ogg - Storm Surge.jpeg
Dianne Ogg - Waterlilies-Serenity Botswa

Waterlilies-Serenity, Botswana

Size: 90mm x 1200mm

 

Blue Billabong

Size: 920mm x 1220mm

 

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Dianne Ogg - Monet's Water Garden.png

Monet's Water Garden

Size: 910mm x 1220mm

 

Frivolity in the Iris Garden

Size: 900mm x 1200mm

 

Dianne Ogg - Frivolity in the Iris Garde
Dianne Ogg - Pink Lotus Diptych (detail
Dianne Ogg - Pink Lotus Diptych (detail
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Pink Lotus Diptych (2 pieces)

 Size: 915mm x 1220mm

 

Pink Lotus

Size: 1350mm x 1700mm

 

Seahorse Reef

Size: 92cm x 122cm

 

Brahman, Kimberley Ranges WA

Size: 600mm x 450mm

 

Hereford, Outback Australia

Size: 450mm x 600mm

 

Endangered Black Rhinoceros

Size: 900mm x 1200mm

 

Uluru Colour Symphony

Size: 860mm x 1740mm

 

Escarpment, Kimberly Ranges WA

Size: 900mm x 1200mm

 

Blue Doors Ansouis, France

Size: 450mm x 600mm

 

Dianne Ogg's Biography

Throughout her professional career, Dianne's artworks have been continuously exhibited throughout Australia, in particular, Sydney, Canberra, and country galleries - exhibitions include mixed and one-man shows. Her works are derived from her travels throughout Australia and many other countries around the world - on paper and canvas media including but not limited to acrylics and inks, pastel and oil sticks, charcoal and gesso, collage.

Fluent in three languages, English, French, and German. Dianne's interests are astronomy, environmental science, travel, literature, gardening, and photography.