• JACOB LEARY FINALIST IN THE GLOVER PRIZE

    Jacob Leary has been announced as a finalist in the annual Glover Prize for 2018. The prestigious Glover Prize seeks out the very best of contemporary painting depicting the Tasmanian landscape. Leary's work New topographies of nature (dyptich) 2017, acrylic paint, artificial moss, and other mixed media, 120 x 70 cm, explores a new form of landscape, a new synthesis of what nature is, where it’s found and how humans and non-humans may relate to it.

  • KATHRIN LONGHURST FINALIST IN BEAUTIFUL BIZARRE MAGAZINE ART PRIZE

    Kathrin Longhurst has been announced a finalist in the inaugural Beautiful Bizarre Magazine Art Prize for her artwork 'Like The Wind,' oil on linen, 91 x 91cm.
    Three winners will be selected from the 20 chosen finalists to receive various awards, so we'll keep our fingers crossed! 

  • Chelsea Gustafsson announced as a finalist in this year’s Hurford Hardwood Portrait Prize

    Cheslea Gustafsson has been announced as a finalist in the biennial Hurford Hardwood Portrait Prize. Now in its 6th year the prize started as The Northern Rivers Portrait Prize, a painting and drawing prize open to artists Australia wide whose artwork depicted a person from the Northern Rivers. It has since expanded to include portraits of any subject. Gustafsson's work '5 and 6' will be at Lismore Regional Gallery until Sept 23.

  • Agneta Ekholm announced as a finalist in the 2018 Ravenswood Art Prize

    Congratulations to Agneta Ekholm who has been selected as a finalist in the 2018 Ravenswood Art Prize with her work Semblance (detail shown above). Ravenswood Art Prize is the richest professional art prize for women in Australia.

  • Janne Kearney has been announced as a finalist in the 2018 Stanthorpe Art Prize

    'Shattered', by award-winning artist Janne Kearney, has been selected as a finalist in the $25,000 Stanthorpe Art Prize. The beautifully rendered and evocative work can be viewed as part of the biennial art award from the 15th of June at the Stanthorpe Art Gallery, QLD. 
  • Dagmar Cyrulla & Amber-rose Hulme announced as finalists in The Paul Guest Art Prize

    Congratulations to both Dagmar Cyrulla & Amber-rose Hulme - finalists in the Bendigo Art Gallery’s biennial art prize, The Paul Guest Prize. It has a non-acquisitive cash prize of $15,000 which is held biennially, highlighting contemporary drawing practice in Australia. Judged by Roger Butler, Senior Curator, Australian Prints and Drawings at the National Gallery of Australia.

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