• Terri Brooks Exhibiting At The Museum Gallery Heerenveen

    Terri Brooks will be part of an upcoming exhibition at the Museum Gallery Heerenveen in the Netherlands. Exhibiting alongside Kees de Vries and Harmen van der Tuin, Brooks' exhibition will run from the 10th of July to the 22nd of August. Congratulations Terri and all the best for the exhibition!

  • William Breen and Jon Eiseman exhibiting in The Big Tree and Other Landscapes

    William Breen and Jon Eiseman will be exhibiting in The Big Tree and Other Landscapes, a group show at the Deakin University Art Gallery. Featuring works from the Whitehorse Art Collection, the exhibition will display Breen's Fish Creek IV and Eiseman's Crossing the Border alongisde works by artists including Rick Amor and Tom Roberts. The exhibition will run from the 23rd of June to the 23rd of July. Well done William and Jon!


    Annika Romeyn's immersive prints in Across the Distance convey power and sadness. 
    A review by Sasha Grishin, 18 June 2021
  • Annika Romeyn exhibits at Cox Gallery

    Annika Romeyn is exhibiting at Cox Gallery, in collaboration with FLG. COX Gallery is part of the COX Architecture Canberra office and provides a fee-free space for artists to exhibition their work. Her exhibition Across the Distance is on from June 3 - July 16. If you are in Canberra pop into 1/19 Eastlake Pde, Kingston ACT.Open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm. Visit the exhibition online here.

  • Janne Kearney wins Lester Prize People's Choice Award

    Congratulations Janne Kearney! Janne has been awarded the People's Choice Award at the Lester Prize for this incredible painting 'Road to Nowhere'. If you love this image it is also available as a limited edition print at 60 x 60cm.
    You can order online here.⁠

  • Kathrin Longhurst wins the 2021 Archibald Packing Room Prize

    Flinders Lane Gallery is proud to announce that our very own Kathrin Longhurst has been awarded the Archibald 2021 Packing Room Prize. Kathrin was chosen from amongst 938 entries and 52 finalists. This is her 2nd time as a finalist and her first Archibald Packing Room Prize. We wish Kathrin the best of luck when the winner is announced on the 4th of June.