20.12.18 Adam Pyett in Geelong Gallery Collection 

Adam Pyett’s painting, Afternoon light in the You Yangs 2018, has been acquired by the Geelong Gallery Collection.

The work was first exhibited as part of Pyett’s inaugural exhibition with Jan Murphy Gallery in November 2018.

For more information on the Geelong Gallery Collection, please click here. 

Image credit: Adam Pyett   Afternoon light in the You Yangs   2018   oil on linen   102.0 x 87.0 cm

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20.12.18 Michael Muir in Parliament House Art Collection

Congratulations to Michael Muir’s, whose work, Hidden in the summer 2018, has been acquired by the Parliament House Art Collection in Canberra.

For more information on the Parliament House Art Collection, please click here.

Image credit: Michael Muir   Hidden in the summer   2018   oil on linen   137.5 x 168.0 cm

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14.12.18 People’s Choice Award Winner – 2018 John Leslie Art Prize

A.J. Taylor has been voted the winner of the John Leslie Art Prize 2018 People’s Choice Award at Gippsland Art Gallery.

From more than 60 finalists, visitors to the exhibition selected Taylor’s work, Forest ground, early light 2018.

2018 John Leslie ArtPrize
Gippsland Art Gallery
22 September – 25 November 2018

For more information, please click here.

Image credit: A.J. Taylor   Forest ground, early light   2018    oil on board   121.0 x 239.0 cm

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14.12.18 Fiona Lowry at Campbelltown Arts Centre

Fiona Lowry is in group exhibition, Borrowed Scenery, at Campbelltown Art Centre. For centuries, women have been the subjects of male artists, inserted into scenes framed by the male gaze. Borrowed Scenery explores what happens when the subjects of this gaze look back, step outside the frame, and assert their own vision and experience of the world.

The exhibition features over fifty artworks by female artists from the Campbelltown City collection across ranging mediums.

Borrowed Scenery
Campbelltown Arts Centre
2 January – 10 March 2019

For more information, please click here. 

Image credit: Fiona Lowry   I’m your kind, I’m your kind and I see   2006   acrylic and gouache on canvas   167.0 x 152.0 cm

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08.12.18 Natasha Bieniek at RMIT Gallery

Natasha Bieniek is in group exhibition, Analogue art in a digital world, at RMIT Gallery. Curated by artists, Sam Leach and Tony Lloyd, the exhibition explores the impact of technology and digital imagery on the analogue art practices of painting and drawing.

Analogue art in a digital world
RMIT Gallery
7 December 2018 – 19 January 2019

For more information, please click here.

Image credit: Natasha Bieniek   Biophilia   2015   oil on dibond   9.0 x 9.0 cm

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