• ANNIKA ROMEYN FINALIST IN PRO HART OUTBACK ART PRIZE 2024

    We are proud to announce that Annika Romeyn has been included in the Pro Hart Outback Art Prize 2024 with her recent pencil and watercolour monotype work ‘River Red Gum (Mutawintji)’. More info at the Broken Hill City Art Gallery website here.

  • Kim Anderson shows at White Night Ballarat

    In collaboration with sound artist Fukusan, Kim Anderson presents 'The Lost Breath', an immersive installation programmed as part of Ballarat's forthcoming White Night on the evening of Saturday 1 June. More info here.

  • Kim Anderson Mural for Vic Health

    Kim Anderson has completed a mural for VicHealth's recently new offices in Spencer Street, Melbourne in conjunction with Arts Access and Multicultural Arts Victoria. As a decal rather than an actual drawing this work has a set lifespan, and will be on view until late 2026.

  • Annika Romeyn Finalist in 2024 National Works on Paper

    Congratulations to Annika Romeyn who has been announced as a finalist in the The Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery’s 2024 National Works on Paper with her stunning artwork Wana Karnu. With a long and rich history, NWOP attracts leading contemporary artists from across Australia working in the fields of drawing, printmaking, digital prints and paper sculpture. Annika has a major solo with FLG coming up in May, more info here.

  • FLG WELCOMES JAMES PARRETT TO STABLE

    It is with great pleasure that we welcome the multi-award winning sculptor James Parrett to the FLG stable. We were first introduced to James' practice in 2007 when he was a finalist in our annual emerging artist award Exploration and have continued to follow his practice over the years since. James has exhibited widely around Australia and attained an impressive level of recognition through his participation in various national sculpture awards and successful public art commissions. We look forward to supporting James' practice and showcasing his work.

  • NOW REPRESENTING LIZ PRIESTLEY

    It's an absolute delight to announce that NSW painter Liz Priestley has joined the FLG stable. Liz first exhibited her sublime, romantic landscapes with us as part of Exploration 23 last year and we instantly fell in love with the evocative quality of her encaustic wax paintings. Liz has exhibited extensively throughout NSW and the ACT and is looking forward to bringing her work to Melbourne audiences. ⁠

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