• BRONWYN HILL SELECTED AS A FINALIST IN THE CLAYTON UTZ PRIZE

    Bronwyn Hill has been selected as a finalist in the prestigious Clayton Utz Award. The prize of $20, 000 is awarded to an outstanding work by a Queensland-based artist. We wish Brownyn all the best with this award. Her selected work is titled 'Bite Back II', oil on board, 61cm x 45cm (detail above).

  • BRONWYN HILL ANNOUNCED AS FINALIST IN THE LETHBRIDGE SMALL SCALE ART AWARD

    FLG is incredibly proud of Brownyn Hill, who was a finalist in this year's Lethbridge Small Scale Art Award. Her work, 'In Good Company', 2020, oil on board, 61cm x 60cm (detail shown above), received a Highly Commended Award sponsored by Art Shed West End. Well done Bronwyn. Doing FLG proud!

     

  • ANNIKA ROMEYN ANNOUNCED AS A FINALIST IN THE 2020 FISHER'S GHOST ART AWARD

    We are delighted to announce that FLG artist, Annika Romeyn, is a finalist in the prestigious 2020 Fisher's Ghost Art Award, with her piece, 'Verge 3', 2018, monotype and pencil on paper, 228cm x 168cm (detail shown above). Well done to all the finalists and a big congrats to Annika.

  • Hannah Quinlivan has been announced as the commissioned artist for DESIGN Canberra's new City Walk artwork

    Our very prolific and highly talented artist Hannah Quinlivan has been announced as the commissioned artist for DESIGN Canberra's new City Walk artwork. Read the Canberra Times article here

  • 'Kim Anderson: Images of an Inner World' Artist profile in Art / Edit

    Kim Anderson's pracise is featured in the current Autumn issue of Art / Edit. Read the full article here.

  • Christine Willcocks announced as finalist in the Elaine Bermingham National Watercolour Prize

    The very talented Christine Willcocks has also been announced as a finalist in this years non-acquisitive $20,000 Elaine Bermingham National Watercolour Prize for her piece 'Gather In The Fragment', graphite and watercolour, 120 x 84cm. Selected finalists will be exhibited in the Webb Gallery, located within Griffith University’s Queensland College of Art at South Bank, Brisbane. The major prize and two highly commended awards will be announced on Thursday 26 November 2020. More info here. (Photo by Michelle Ebry)

     

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