• FLG Artists Kim Anderson, Jo Davenport & Leah Thiessen listed in the TOP 100 Australian Collectable artists 2023

    Congratulations to Kim Anderson, Jo Davenport and Leah Thiessen in being listed in this years TOP 100 Australian Collectable artists of 2023! The Top100Artists list of this year's hottest collectable artists includes emerging, mid-career or established artists. Their ascendency in the art world is not by chance or any reliance on a subjective assessment of their artwork. 

     

  • Margaret Ackland acquired by Bennett Collection

    We are delighted to announce Margaret Ackland's painting 'Self Portrait with Delft Blue and Red Carnation' has been acquired by The Bennett Art Collection, USA.

  • FLG artists Kendal Murray and Stuart McLachlan finalists in the Woollahra Sculpture Prize.

    The 2023 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize finalists have been announced, and FLG is proud to say not one but two of our wonderful artists are among them. Congratulations to Stuart McLachlan and Kendal Murray! Established in 2001, the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize is Australia’s pre-eminent award for small sculpture and is the first national acquisitive prize for an original sculpture of up to 80cm in any dimension. Pictured here is a detail of McLachlan’s finalist piece, Ode to Najin & Fatu.

  • Julie Nangala Robertson Wins General Painting PRIZE, NATSIAA

    Warlukurlangu artist Julie Nangala Robertson has won the General Painting Award at the 2023 NATSIAA in Darwin for her painting titled Mina Mina. The Yuendumu-born artist says Mina Mina is the name of an "extremely important ceremonial site for Napangardi and Napanangka women". Congratulations Julie! 

  • KENDAL MURRAY AND DÓNAL MOLLOY-DRUM FINALISTS IN DEAKIN SMALL SCULPTURE AWARD

    FLG is proud to announce that Kendal Murray and Dónal Molloy-Drum are both finalists in the Deakin University Contemporary Small Sculpture Award! These talented two were selected from over four-hundred entries. Pictured here is Kendal’s finalist piece ‘Freelance Chance, Expanse, Enhance’.

  • MELINDA SCHAWEL ANNOUNCED AS FINALIST IN WAMA ART PRIZE FOR WORKS ON PAPER

    Congratulations to Melinda Schawel, a finalist in the WAMA Art Prize for this work, ‘Pulsating’. The award celebrates connection with nature and raises awareness of the importance of conserving our precious, unique Australian environment. The exhibition of finalists is on show 19 August – 19 November at Ararat Gallery, TAMA (Victoria).⁠ 

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