• Gina Kalabishis announced as a finalist in the Bruny Island Art Prize 2016

    Gina Kalabishis announced as a finalist in the Bruny Island Art Prize 2016 with her work Shine a Light, 2016 from her recent exhibition You & Me, 2016 here at Flinders Lane Gallery

  • Christine Willcocks has been announced as a finalist in the Fremantle Arts Center Print Award 2016

    Christine Willcocks has been announced as a finalist in the Fremantle Arts Center Print Award 2016 with her monoprint Out of the Blue and into the Black, 2016

  • Kathryn Ryan - finalist in the Paul Guest Drawing Prize and selected for the Salon des Refuse for the Wynne Prize

    Kathryn Ryan has been announced as a finalist in the Paul Guest Drawing Prize at the Bendigo Art Gallery. The work selected Birregurra Pines is on exhibition between August 26- November 6th 2016

    Ryan has also been selected for the Salon des Refuse for the Wynne Prize. The piece Winchelsea Pines, will hang at the SH Ervin Gallery, July 16 - Sept 18 and at the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Sept 25- Nov 22

  • Zac Koukoravas Awarded Best Artist at Denfair 2016

    Zac Koukoravas was awarded the Denfair Art Award at this years Denfair - a design fair at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre. The three-day event offers a fine selection of the best in contemporary furniture & design, lighting, textile & soft furnishings, home product design and homewares. With a strong focus on local emerging and established brands, DENFAIR also incorporates international original designer brands targeting interior designers, architects, stylists, decorators, specifiers and the retail sector.

    http://www.denfair.com.au/whats-on/2016-awards/

  • Susan Baird - finalist in the Calleen & acquired by the Cowra Regional Art Gallery

    Susan Baird was a finalist in the Calleen Art Prize and the work was acquired by the Cowra Regional  Art Gallery for their collection. 

  • Caroline Rannersberger Curates Bruny Island Art Prize

    Flinders Lane Artist Caroline Rannersberger is curating this years Bruny Island Art Prize. The 2016 Bruny Island Art Prize celebrates ‘identity and environment’ and welcomes any painting that relates to this theme, including landscape and portraiture. The winning artist will receive a cash prize of a $10,000 (non-acquisitive) sponsored by Tassal.

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