Exhibitions Calendar

Current

Small Wonder
Melissa Boughey Small Wonder 12th October 2021 - 30th October 2021
VIRTUAL TOUR Melissa Boughey's first solo exhibition with FLG presents a collection of new large scale paintings and works on paper that intuitively respond to the beauty of the South Coast region of Western Australia to which she calls home, as well as to that of the Ikara-Flinders Ranges...

Upcoming

Distance - Online Exhibition
Michael Simms Distance - Online Exhibition 26th October 2021 - 13th November 2021
Please contact the gallery if you would like to request a preview for this exhibition. Michael Simms' forthcoming online solo exhibition showcases a new series of intimately scaled landscape paintings created during the artist's recent travels to the Broken Hill region. As a site that...
Origins
Peter Syndicas Origins 3rd November 2021 - 27th November 2021
Please contact the gallery if you would like to request a preview for this exhibition. Catalogue essay by Kate Larsen Adelaide-based sculptor Peter Syndicas returns to Melbourne with ‘Origins’, his first solo exhibition within his home town. The title of his latest collection...
Crossing the Field
Brett Ferry Crossing the Field 3rd November 2021 - 27th November 2021
Please contact the gallery if you would like to request a preview for this exhibition. Brett Ferry’s latest series of work “Crossing the Field” looks at bridging contemporary techniques with traditional oil painting. Taking inspiration from the land mark 1968, NGV exhibition...
New Works on Paper
Marise Maas New Works on Paper 20th November 2021 - 18th December 2021
We are delighted to announce an impromptu online exhibition of new works on paper by Marise Maas. Please contact the gallery if you would like a preview for this show.  Excerpt from catalogue essay by Joey Hespe: For some artists, the act of art making is a set of intentional and precise...
Moments in Time
Julie Davidson Moments in Time 30th November 2021 - 18th December 2021
Artist Statement The central concept in my still life paintings is that of 'the art of silence' and finding beauty in the 'small things'. My aim, to capture a moment in time, a fragile flower, leaf or fruit before its inevitable deterioration and ultimate decay. The emphasis on light exaggerates...