Archive | In the Spotlight

This is your chance to be in the spotlight! Email Us and tell us about your latest art news moment of glory – an art competition or art award you have won, or a successful completion of a public arts project, an upcoming art exhibition, a tutorial or video showcasing you and your art or anything you think may be of interest to the art community! Include a photo too. Press releases welcomed. If found suitable your entry will be published below.



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Power of the Flower Exhibition | Jenny Reddin

Flowers are used to represent an emotional response to life events – death, birth, celebration, commiseration, joy.  Floral tributes are a tangible representation of emotion; an expression of love, grief, shock and empathy. They are spontaneous and almost immediate.  There is no planning or strategy involved, they evolve and grow without government intervention, planning permits […]

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Sunny Art Prize 2017 | A Review by Jennifer Paszik

The Sunny Art Centre welcomed its distinguished guests to the opening of the Sunny Art Prize 2017 on a grey and rainy Wednesday evening – a very strong contrast to the interior of the gallery which was filled with confidently coloured walls and a variety of elegant and daring artworks. An impressive and intimate turnout […]

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Carolyn Cardinet Organic Plastic Exhibition

Organic Plastic – Exhibition 2-30 September 2017 Opening Saturday 9 September 2-4pm Inter-disciplinary French-born and Melbourne based artist Carolyn Cardinet will call Newstead home for the month of September as the first Arts Hub artist in residence. Passionate about the alarming rate at which our environment is changing. Carolyn Cardinet creates new forms out of […]

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EQUILIBRIUM | Peter Benjamin Payne Solo Exhibition

Official opening: Thursday 29th June 2017 , 6 – 9pm Exhibition running date: 28th June – 4th July 2017 m2 Gallery, NSW |  Gallery hours: 12pm – 6pm Peter is a local (Sydney-based) artist who developed a strong interest and love of art early in high school, later completing Bachelor of Fine Arts (specialising in […]

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Gayle Reichelt Exhibition and Workshops

Some artists live in one part of the Universe of Art and explore a theme or themes. Gayle Reichelt has been strongly attracted to the exploration of different mediums, across the whole Universe of Art. Currently she is working mostly in the mediums of Epoxy Resin and the ancient 2000+ year old medium of Encaustic, […]

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Laura White solo exhibition “The Painted Garden”

Exhibition of new works by Laura White, featuring  over 30 oil paintings focussing on botanical fine art. Laura White is an Australian realist artist specialising in nature-inspired oil painting.   Originally born in Argentina and migrating to Australia as a child, she is now based in Melbourne, Victoria.  She studied art in high school, exhibiting at […]

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The RGCR provides a complete curriculum dedicated to teaching realism. It is unique in Australia.

Learn from award winning artist Rob Gutteridge

Rob Gutteridge is an award winning artist working in the fields of painting and drawing. In May 2016 he opened  the Rob Gutteridge School of Classical Realism (RGCR) in Adelaide, South Australia, becoming its founding Director and teacher. The teaching of painting and drawing at the RGCR is based on the training methods of French 19th […]

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David Piddock’s controversial paintings win Moth Art Prize

David Piddock, a British artist whose work is widely collected and in public collections including the Museum of London, has won the inaugural Moth Art Prize, run by the art and literature magazine The Moth. Piddock was invited to exhibit in the public areas of the Lloyd’ s Register Building in the City of London […]

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Judges Dr Petra Kayser, Rev Tom Elich, Mandorla Art Award Winner Megan Robert and judge Prof Ted Snell with Megan’s work “The Bread Basket at Emmuas – then Flesh returned to Word”

Megan Robert wins the 2016 Mandorla Art Award

The 2016 theme The Resurrection has inspired over 260 artists from across Australian in painting, sculpture, photography and new media to enter the 2016 Mandorla Art Award. A shortlist of 44 artworks are currently on display at Linton & Kay Galleries, Perth for the Finalists Exhibition. The biennial Mandorla Art Award for contemporary religious art […]

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