FLG artist Annika Romeyn has been announced as finalist in the Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award 2019 with her monotype 'Charm 4'.A total of 56 works were chosen for this year's exhibition from 284 entries submitted from around Australia. The second round of judging to select the Award winner and second prize will take place on the 14th and 15th of August 2019. We wish Annika the very best of luck.
Annika Romeyn announced as finalist in the 2019 Fremantle Arts Centre Print Award
Submissions for Story Tellers exhibition
Where: Flinders Lane Gallery, Melbourne, Australia When : March 31 to April 25, 2020
Curated by: Dr. Elaine Schmidt and Didi Menendez Works Selected to Exhibit from the Curatorial by Claire Harris
Publication and Exhibition Deadline: December 15, 2019
Press Consideration Deadline: October 15, 2019 www.poetsandartists.com/submit Read general guidelines before submitting.
Artist Chelsea Gustafsson features in Beautiful Bizarre
Artist Chelsea Gustafsson features in the May issue of Beautiful Bizzare magazine. In the article, Gustaffson discusses her practice and in particular the thought-process behind and approach taken towards developing her latest collection of works. You can view these works in the flesh when they are exhibited as part of her upcoming solo with FLG in August of this year.
Janne Kearney announced as finalist in the 14th International ARC Salon
Janne Kearney's painting 'Time's Up' has been announced as a finalist in the 14th International ARC Salon 2018 - 19. Focusing on the significance of realistic artworks and what they mean to humanity as a whole, this year’s finalists were chosen from a staggering 4300 entries. We wish Janne all the best of luck.
Terri Brooks interviewed on FORUM - Kiss FM
Tune into KISS FM this coming Monday 6 May from 8:30pm – 10pm to listen to FORUM presenter Lee-Ann Joy talking to Terri Brooks about her art, her projects and her upcoming exhibition at Flinders Lane Gallery.
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.