The Eutick Memorial Still Life Award opens at 6pm on Friday the 8th November 2019 at Project Contemporary Art Space, 255 Keira St, Wollongong. Where you can view the finalist exhibition and the announcement of the winner of the $20,000 non-acquisitive prize now in its thirteenth consecutive year.
Michael Simms announced a finalist in the eutick memorial still life award (emsla) 2019
Michelle Molinari announced a finalist in the Eutick Memorial Still Life Award (EMSLA) 2019
Michelle Molinari is a finalist in the Eutick Memorial Still Life Award (EMSLA) 2019. Dr Mal Eutick, an ardent fan of still life painting has funded the inaugural Eutick Memorial Still Life Award since 2006. Now in its thirteenth year in 2019, the EMSLA is apart of the vibrant arts culture in the Illawarra region and specifically at the Project Contemporary Artspace in Wollongong.
Susan Baird Finalist in the 2019 Paddington Art Prize
Susan Baird has been announced as a Finalist in the 2019 Paddington Art Prize with her beautiful painting ‘Autumnal Blush’ 100x100cm oil on linen! We wish her the best of luck!
Kathryn Ryan wins the Kings Art Prize People's Choice Award
Congratulations to Kathryn Ryan who has been awarded the Boys Choice Award at the highly reputable Kings Art Prize 2019. Now in it's the 25th year, Kathryn Ryan joins a long list of acclaimed artists participating in the prize.
Michael Simms: Highly Commended for the Manning Prize
A big congratulations to Michael Simms! His painting 'Hostage' was Highly Commended at the Naked and Nude Art Prize at Manning Regional Gallery. This year the prize was judged by Denise Mimmocchi, the senior curator of Australian art at the Art Gallery of NSW.
Terri Brooks to exhibit a collection of works at Tacit Gallery in Melbourne
FLG Artist Terri Brooks will present a new exhibition entitiled 'Following a Path 2014-2019' at Tacit Gallery. This new suite of works can be viewd at Tacit Gallery - 123a Gipps Street Collingwood, Melbourne, from the 18th of September until the 13th of October 2019 with opening celebrations on Wednesday the 18th between 6.30 and 8pm.