Exhibitions Calendar

Current

The Other Mother
Rebecca Hastings The Other Mother 25th November 2014 - 19th December 2014
It is difficult for those of us who haven’t experienced motherhood to understand the complexity of the emotions it engenders. Exhaustion and sleep deprivation go hand-in-hand with profound, selfless love and the powerful instinct of protection. Yet these widely discussed and socially accepted...
The Sea, The Shore
Meg Cowell The Sea, The Shore 25th November 2014 - 19th December 2014
“A being dedicated to water is a being in flux.” Gaston Bachelard, Water and Dreams: An Essay on the Imagination of Matter. Meg Cowell - The Sea, The Shore from Peter Lamont on Vimeo. Shakespeare’s infamous Ophelia—broken-hearted, grieving the death of her father—drowns...

Upcoming

Desert Days
Warlukurlangu - Artists of Yuendumu Desert Days 13th January 2015 - 31st January 2015
For this exhibition we have brought together another glorious, vibrant selection of quality works from the Warlukurlangu Arts Community, located north west of Alice Springs. Artworks telling Dreamtime stories of Country, water soakages, ancestral sisters and brothers, rainbow serpents, bush...
All Around Me
Naomi White All Around Me 3rd February 2015 - 21st February 2015
2014 Calleen Art Award winning artist Naomi White's highly realistic paintings capture the fleeting quality of light and shade with small and delicate brush marks. Her attention to detail signals a personal experience of nature rather than focussing on grand narratives; White's works have an...
Off Road
Group Exhibition Off Road 3rd February 2015 - 21st February 2015
'We need the tonic of wilderness.. At the same time that we are earnest to explore and learn all things, we require that all things be mysterious and unexplorable, that the land and sea be indefinitely wild, unsurveyed and unfathomed by us because unfathomable.  We can never have enough of...
Solo Exhibition
Karlee Rawkins Solo Exhibition 24th February 2015 - 14th March 2015
Karlee Rawkins poignant imagery of wildlife and flora examines the symbolic and totemic meanings nature holds within the human psyche. Skilfully integrating representation with subtle abstraction, her confident and joyful use of colour, line, form and pattern emphasizes the beauty and vulnerability...
Elektromont
Dion Horstmans Elektromont 24th February 2015 - 14th March 2015
Dion Horstmans investigates the perceived fixed nature of geometric abstraction with his wall sculptures, created using powdercoated steel, or ply. Constantly generating new forms, their complex shadow-play interacts with the spaces around them, expanding and contracting with the changing light....
Passage
Annika Romeyn Passage 17th March 2015 - 11th April 2015
Annika Romeyn was a recent Finalist in the prestigious Sir John Leslie Art Prize 2014. She graduated with First Class Honours in Printmaking and Drawing in 2010 from ANU in Canberra, and was the recipient of an Australia Council ArtStart Grant in 2012. She has been involved in numerous group...
Still Motion
Hannah Quinlivan Still Motion 17th March 2015 - 11th April 2015
Hannah Quinlivan was a Finalist in the 2014 Alice Prize and the winner of the Shire of East Pilbara Residency Award for 2014. She has also been awarded the Jump mentoring Australia Council for the Arts 2014, and a substantial grant with ARTS ACT which will allow her to establish a mentoring program...
Souvenir
Christine Willcocks Souvenir 14th April 2015 - 2nd May 2015
The 2014 recipient of the highly sought after Studio Residency at the Paris Cite, facilitated by the Australia Council, Christine Willcocks' new solo exhibition will be inspired by her travels. with an ongoing fascination with the demise of the natural world and it's renewal, and the psychology of...
Heartland
Gina Kalabishis Heartland 14th April 2015 - 2nd May 2015
Rick Amor Drawing Prize winner Gina Kalabishis explores the feeling of love in all it's permutations in her latest body of beautifully painted works. Embedded in to a mythological heartland of Australian flora and composed as sensual ikebana arrangements, she constructs narratives based around...
Roost
Josh Robbins Roost 5th May 2015 - 23rd May 2015
Roost is Josh Robbins' third major exhibition with FLG and his most ambitious. Standing amongst the vivid, circumferential bushland the 2m x 8m Roost takes the viewer on an exotic journey through a colourful canopy of feathers, flowers and fascination. It is both a perfect and imperfect celebration...
Mami Yamanaka
Mami Yamanaka 5th May 2015 - 23rd May 2015
Japanese born and Melbourne based, Yamanaka deals with pattern with the same sensitivity for which traditional Japanese design is best known. Drawing in circular motions and incorporating forms that symbolise the artist's experience of migration, these intricate forms both reflect the fragility of...
Architectonic
Sculpture Exhibition Architectonic 26th May 2015 - 13th June 2015
Architectonic explores the multiple affinities between architecture and sculptural practice, in relation to spacial interaction, physical construction, environmental awareness and visual aesthetics. FLG sculptors Dion Horstmans, Dan Wollmering, Richard Blackwell, Damien Elderfield and Jon Eiseman...
Solo Exhibition
Christopher McVinish Solo Exhibition 26th May 2015 - 13th June 2015
Christopher McVinish states 'In my works I have drawn on the past as well as the present in my quest to find meaning in the mundane. I intend my paintings to provoke a narrative in the imagination of the viewer and in doing so enable the viewer to exist temporarily in someone else's world - as...