• Janne Kearney Selected As A Finalist In The 2021 Kennedy Prize

    A big congratulations to FLG Artist, Janne Kearney, who has been selected as a finalist in this years Kennedy Art Prize. Selection as a finalist is based on the degree to which an applicant's work embodies, comments on or celebrates beauty. The winning artist will receive $25,000 and their artwork will be acquired by the Kennedy Arts Foundation. Good luck Janne!

  • Donal Molloy-Drum announced as a finalist in the Deakin Small Sculpture Prize

    Congratulations to FLG sculptor, Donal Molloy-Drum, who has been selected as a finalist in the Deakin Small Sculpture Prize. Molloy-Drum is among 42 other finalists in contention for the award. Well done Donal!

  • ANOTHER FINALIST SELECTION FOR MICHAEL SIMMS

    Michael Simms adds another finalist selection to his name, with his inclusion in the Lethbride Small Scale Art Award for his painting, Chloe (pictured above). Congratulations Michael on another exquisite piece and a well deserved finalist selection.

  • MICHAEL SIMMS SELECTED AS A FINALIST IN THE 2021 NAKED & NUDE ART PRIZE

    Congratulations to Michael Simms whose work, Thanatos, has earned him selection as a finalist in the Manning Regional Art Gallery's Naked & Nude Art Prize. We wish Michael all the best as the judges make their selection for the winner.

  • Janne Kearney - Finalist in the National Capital Art Prize

    Congratulations to Janne Kearney whose work, All Day Sucker (pictured above), has been selected as a finalist in the National Capital Art Prize. The exhibition will take place at 11 Federation Square, O'Hanlon Place, Nicholls, ACT from 18th of September until the 11th of October 2021. Well done Janne!

  • Annika Romeyn Announced as a Finalist in Splash McClelland Contemporary Watercolour Award

    Congratulations to Annika Romeyn who has been selected as a finalist in McClelland’s aquisitive Splash Contemporary Watercolour Award 2021 with this work 'Undercurrents'. Held at McClelland Sculpture Park and Gallery every three years, Splash McClelland Contemporary Watercolour Award was established to showcase Australian artists who work in the medium of watercolour. Judged by Kirsty Grant, Freelance Curator and Writer; Melissa Keys, Curator, Buxton Contemporary; and Sim Luttin, Curator and Gallery Manager, Arts Project Australia the exhibition will run from 28 August to 7 November 2021

     

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