Tag: Flinders Lane Gallery

  • Hannah Quinlivan

    Through various methods of exploring line and form – via traditional drawing techniques, canvas painting, wire and salt installation, as… continue reading.

  • Marise Maas

    The act of painting dominates the world of Marise Maas. As she pursues her need to capture beauty within the everyday,… continue reading.

  • Bronwyn Hill

    Bronwyn Hill is a Brisbane based painter whose practice predominantly focuses on portraiture and figurative representation. Recognized for her sensual… continue reading.

  • Michael Gromm

    Michael Gromm’s relationship to his medium speaks of an open two-way process of making and unmaking, of the physical actions… continue reading.

  • Jo Davenport

    Jo Davenport’s beautifully gestural paintings speak of an intense relationship with nature and an intimate experience of the artist’s local… continue reading.

  • William Breen

    William Breen’s skill in depicting Victoria’s regional landscapes and the distinctly Melburnian streetscapes of Fitzroy and Carlton results in images… continue reading.

  • Margaret Ackland

    Whether through landscape, portraiture or small still lifes Sydney artist Margaret Ackland has been keenly observing and recording traces of… continue reading.

  • Julie Davidson

    Drawing on the representational styles of both Northern European and Asian painting traditions Julie Davidson’s serene still life paintings fuse… continue reading.

  • Kathrin Longhurst

    A classically trained figurative painter who was born in communist East Germany Kathrin Longhurst began attending life drawing classes at the… continue reading.

  • Leah Thiessen

    Leah Thiessen has abstract, highly layered images which are created in direct response to bush, beaches and mangroves that surround… continue reading.

  • Peter Sydnicas

    Peter Syndicas has sculptures inspired by his fascination with organic shapes in their simplest forms – fractals of nature. Twigs… continue reading.

  • Melinda Schawel

    The abstracted compositions of Melinda Schawel conjure a kind of visual ecology; a symbolic world where concept and construct interact… continue reading.

  • Annika Romeyn

    Striving to connect the realms of micro and macro, representation and abstraction, Annika Romeyn has recent artworks inspired by rock… continue reading.

  • Karlee Rawkins

    Based in the beautiful mid-north coast of New South Wales, Karlee Rawkins has a vast and rich landscape full of… continue reading.

  • Melanie McCollin-Walker

    Drawing on a combination of memory, observation and emotional sensitivity McCollin-Walker’s evocative landscape paintings directly reference the beauty of the… continue reading.

  • Agneta Ekholm

    Serene, vast and immersive, Agneta Ekholm’s sensitively layered paintings evoke a myriad of emotional and cognitive responses. Her organic compositions… continue reading.

  • Melissa Boughey

    Melissa Boughey’s painting practice speaks of a life lived on the land and an intimate connection with both the wild… continue reading.

  • Kim Anderson

    Kim Anderson recently exhibited as part of Mutual Realities: Finding Common Ground in Uncertain Times at the Art Gallery of… continue reading.