Finalist in the 2012 AME Bale Art Prize

By |2018-03-07T14:19:14+11:00July 13, 2015|Exhibition, Me, Painting, Prize|

Indeed! Clearly, studying during pelvic pain hell was worth it and not just for sanity's sake. Thank you Jeff Makin for your wonderful tuition (and your great selection of objects!). Artist's Journal and Palette has been selected as a finalist piece for the 2012 AME Bale Art Prize in the medium of oils and/or acrylics. 10" x 14", oil on canvas panel. Not [...]

And the winner is ME!

By |2018-03-07T14:19:14+11:00July 13, 2015|Drawing, Exhibition, Me, Painting, Prize|

My first ever art prize win and how perfect that it's been awarded by people whom I treasure, and people who inspire me, not only with my art my practice but with my life also. Sending out a huge thanks to Louise, David and crew at St. Luke Artist Colourmen and Langridge Artist Supplies. Who would have thought that all that chronic pain [...]

Borough of Queenscliffe 150th Anniversary Art Award finalist

By |2018-03-07T14:06:22+11:00October 31, 2012|Exhibition, Prize|

The mail can be so nice sometimes. Another wonderful art surprise this week with notice that my Drying Cutlery will be a finalist piece in the Borough of Queenscliffe's 150th Anniversary Art Awards. There are three galleries displaying finalists and mine will be displayed at Tussock Upstairs. This piece came about when I was on a retreat (from the pain ritual) in Hepburn [...]

Alice Bale Art Award 2008

By |2018-03-07T14:06:22+11:00December 1, 2008|Me, Painting|

Lyno thinking (in pinstripe) at the Gertrude Street Enoteca Finalist in the Alice Bale Art Award 2008. Glen Eira City Council. December 2008 This has to be my most favorite portrait of Lynn (ok, that's a little difficult to confirm), but it certainly moves me more than the other paintings... and to think my feeling about the painting was right is added happiness. [...]

Williamstown Contemporary Art Prize 2008

By |2018-03-07T14:06:22+11:00September 27, 2008|Exhibition, Gallery, Me, Painting, Portraits, Prize|

‘Lyno Writing At Cavallero’ made it into this year’s Williamstown Contemporary Art Prize.  The launch and awards ceremony was held at The Substation Arts Centre in Newport on 20 March, 2008 with a crowd of over 400 people in attendance. The Contemporary Art Prize is run annually as part of the Williamstown Festival.  Judges for this year were noted Melbourne artist Rick Amor, [...]

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