• Dion Horstmans creates public sculpture for Ryde Park

    Dion Horstmans has just completed a major public sculpture within Sydney's Ryde Park. Created in conjunction with UAP Genesis 2018 stands at 15 meters tall and 13 meters wide and draws inspiration from the energy and electricity of exploding military decoys. 

  • Hannah Quinlivan upcoming exhibition at Town Hall Gallery Hawthorn

    Artist Hannah Quinlivan will partake in an upcoming exhibition at Town Hall Gallery in Hawthorn. Delineation explores the expanded field of contemporary drawing in Australia, featuring Godwin Bradbeer, Todd Fuller, Hannah Quinlivan, Cameron Robbins, Carmel Seymour and Kylie Stillman. The exhibition will run from the 16 March until the 5 May 2019, with the opening celebration being held on Saturday the 16th fo March from 2 - 4pm.

  • Annika Romeyn participating in two exciting upcoming exhibitions

    Artist Annika Romeyn will have new work in two exciting upcoming exhibitions. Romeyn's magnificent multi-panel work 'Upheaval' (shown above) depicting the craggy, watery environment of Guerilla Bay (South Coast NSW) will be on display at Goulburn Regional Art Gallery between February 15th and March 16th. 

    Romeyn will also exhibit her monotype "Slippage' as part of the inaugural Megalo International Print Prize from the 21st of February until April 6th

  • Kathryn Longhurst featured in Beautiful Bizarre, Issue 23

    The remarkable portraiture of Kathryn Longhurst has been featured in the December 2018 issue of Beautiful Bizarre. Writer Jennifer Rizzo's comprehensive article explores the motives and meaning behind Longhurst's images of empowered women, and her drive to represent them as agents of change. Read the full article here.

  • FLG on the Move!

    At the end of March 2019 we will be relocating to our new gallery space at
    Level 1 of the Nicholas Building,
    Corner of Swanston St and Flinders Lane.

  • Annika Romeyn a Finalist in the 2018 M16 Drawing Prize

    Artist Annika Romeyn has been selected as one of the 20 out of 200 Finalists in the 2018 M16 Drawing Prize. Established in 2006, the acclaimed Prize is for traditional drawing techniques, or non-convention and contemporary drawing practices that extend the notion of what drawing can be. The Exhibition will open on Thursday 29 November from 6 - 8 pm at M16 Artspace, Canberra, and will run until Friday December 14.

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