• Kathrin Longhurst x Nordic Art Society Sweden

    Kathrin Longhurst has been invited to host a workshop in Sweden in 2020 on behalf of the Nordic Art Society. For information or to sign up to Kathrin's workshop and discover her creative process first-hand, enquire at hello@nordicartsociety.com. We look forward to seeing all the spectacular work that comes from the workshop!


  • Brett Ferry Wins the Roi Art Prize 2019

    Congratulations to Brett Ferry who has just won the 2019 Roi Art Prize. The Roi Art Prize is an annual, acquisitive art prize of $10,000 funded and run by the ROI Owners Corporation. From the first year’s winner in 2012, the late Gordon Bennett, there has been an impressive list of entrants and winners, now in its eighth year it continues to gain respect and interest.

  • Kim Anderson takes home the People's Choice Award at the Lyn McCrea Memorial Drawing Award!

    Congratualtions to FLG Artist Kim Anderson for taking home the People's Choice Award at the recent Lyn McCrea Memorial Drawing Prize. The non-aquisative prize is a national award held annually with the aim of promoting excellence in contemporary Australian drawing!

  • Karlee Rawkins wins Margaret Olley Commendation Award

    Congratulations to Karlee Rawkins for winning the Mosman Art Prize Margaret Olley Commendation Award! This beautiful work is now making its way to the gallery.

  • Kim Anderson was awarded the People's Choice Award for the 2019 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing

    Kim Anderson was awarded the People's Choice Award for the 2019 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing for her work Moruning Dance I (detail above).  Visitors were invited to cast their vote from the Forty-three finalists in the fourteenth Perry Prize People’s Choice award valued at $2,000! 

  • Gina Kalabishis exhibiting at Wayne State University

    Gina Kalabishis is currently exhibiting at Wayne State University's Elaine L. Jacob Gallery in Detroit. Curated by Jennifer Belair Sakarian, THIS LAND IS… features works created through a wide variety of disciplines by artists who address current and future environmental concerns. The artists confront political, cultural, and social ecological changes by observing sentimental landmarks and documenting their importance. On show until December 13, 2019. More information here