• 4 March 2023

    Adam Pyett at Bendigo Regional Gallery

    Work by Adam Pyett will be featured in the forthcoming exhibition at Bendigo Art Gallery, ‘Australiana: Designing a Nation’. Curated by Bendigo Art Gallery in partnership with the National Gallery of Victoria, this exhibition showcases the work of over 200 artists and designers. Spanning a multitude of media, visitors to the exhibition will be immersed […]

  • 18 February 2022

    Adam Pyett in the 2022 Len Fox Painting Prize

    Congratulations to Adam Pyett who is a finalist in the 2022 Len Fox Painting Prize. This biennial acquisitive prize aims to recognise and celebrate the work of Australian artists whose work has a strong engagement with colour and light, connections with international developments in art and connections with cultures of diverse regions and peoples. This […]

  • Adam Pyett in his studio. Photo by Sean McPhillips
    1 July 2021

    Adam Pyett in NGV web series

    Adam Pyett has been featured in a new web series produced by the NGV. The series explores the work of Australian contemporary artists whose practice has been shaped by the Australian landscape taking inspiration from the exhibition, ‘She-Oak and Sunlight: Australian Impressionism’ now showing at the National Gallery of Victoria. In this episode, Pyett discusses […]

  • 17 October 2020

    Adam Pyett at Tweed Regional Gallery

    Adam Pyett will be featured in the forthcoming group exhibition at Tweed Regional Gallery, ‘Margaret’s House’. This exhibition will present key works by Margaret Olley alongside new paintings by Adam Pyett, Nicholas Harding and Pam Tippett. The artists were invited to explore the re-creation of the Margaret Olley’s home studio at Tweed Regional Gallery and […]

  • 16 April 2020

    Adam Pyett and A.J. Taylor in the 2020 John Leslie Art Prize

    Congratulations to Adam Pyett and A.J. Taylor who have been announced as finalists in the 2020 John Leslie Art Prize. The John Leslie Prize is a biennial award for landscape painting with a top prize of $20,000. The winning artwork will be acquired for the Gippsland Art Gallery’s permanent collection. The John Leslie Art Prize […]

  • 20 December 2018

    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 […]

  • 22 August 2018

    2018 John Leslie Art Prize

    Jason Benjamin, Natasha Bieniek, Adam Pyett and A.J. Taylor have all been selected as finalists for the 2018 John Leslie Art Prize at the Gippsland Art Gallery in Sale, Victoria. The acquisitive prize awards $20,000 to the best landscape painting with the winner to be announced by Wellington Shire Council Mayor, Cr. Carolyn Crossley, at […]

  • 1 June 2018

    Adam Pyett in Artist Profile

    Adam Pyett features in Artist Profile, Issue 43, in an interview with Bridget Macleod. The article explores Pyett’s painting practice, both in terms of concept and his painting process. Adam Pyett will hold his first exhibition at Jan Murphy Gallery from 30 October – 15 December 2018. To read the article, please click here. Image […]

  • 15 December 2017

    Now representing Adam Pyett

    We are delighted to welcome Adam Pyett to the gallery and look forward to working with him in the future. There is a tough structure and playful approach to still life that underpins Adam Pyett’s paintings. An early interest in abstraction remains evident across his now recognisable subject matter with strong compositional elements and tightly […]

  • 10 December 2017

    ‘Imagine’ at Gippsland Art Gallery

    Juz Kitson, Adam Pyett, Monica Rohan and Heidi Yardley will feature in the inaugural exhibition, Imagine, at the new Gippsland Art Gallery in Sale, Victoria. Curated by Simon Gregg, Imagine showcases the capacity of human imagination through 134 works from 81 artists from around the globe spanning five centuries of creation. Imagine Gippsland Art Gallery […]