• Leah Thiessen Announced as a Finalist in the Muswellbrook Art Prize

    Congratulations to Leah Thiessen who has been announced as a finalist in the 48th Muswellbrook Art Prize for her piece 'Nature's Harmony'. Winners of the $50,000 aquisative painting prize will be announced on the March 6 and the exhibition will be on at the Muswellbrook Regional Arts Centre until the May 2. More info here.


    Congratulations to Caroline Rannersberger whose work, Leichhardt Port Essington Arrival, has been acquired by the Museum and Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT). The work was generously donated to the gallery by collector, John Cook. Together with Melancholy Territory, another of Rannersberger's works previously acquired by MAGNT, both works will be featured in a new exhibit at the gallery titled Fresh: Connecting New & Old Work. For more information on this exhibition, please click here.

  • Kim Anderson announced as a finalist in the 2021 Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize

    Congratulations to Kim Anderson who has just been selected as a finalist for the 2021 Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize with her exceptional piece 'The Witness'. The Adelaide Perry will be judged by artist Lindy Lee with the exhibition opening at the Adelaide Perry Gallery, Presbyterian Ladies' College, Sydney, on 26th February.

  • Jo Davenport touring as part of the EARTH CANVAS exhibition

    FLG artist Jo Davenport has been involved with Earth Canvas since 2019. The touring exhibition of the project, which brought together artists and regenerative farmers, is now on at the Albury Library Museum from 24 October – 7 February 2021 after which is will travel around Australia for two years ending before ending up at the Australian National Museum Canberra in 2022. Head to the Albury Library Museum website to take a virtual tour of the show and to download a copy of their education kit.

  • FLG artist Hannah Quinlivan exhibiting at Mosman Art Gallery

    FLG artist Hannah Quinlivan is currently exhibiting at Mosman Art Gallery's The Cube Space. Her installation work titled ‘Compression’ responds to the crises which have unfolded in 2020. After a year of grief and fear, the work asks audiences to take time to consider our once taken for grant ways of living. ‘Compression’ continues until 31 January 2021. Visit the Mosman Art Gallery website for more info. Pictured here is a detail of Shroud 2, 2020, acrylic and aluminium annealed wire, dimensions variable.

  • Annika Romeyn wins Fishers Ghost Award 2020

    We are deighted to announce that Annika Romeyn has won this years $25,000 acquisitive Fisher's Ghost Art Prize. You can see Annika's winning artwork Verge III, monotype & pencil on paper, via the Fisher's Ghost virtual tour on the Campbelltown Arts Centre website here