Geelong College Carnival Art Show Finalist

By |2018-03-07T14:06:19+11:00October 10, 2015|Exhibition, Prize|

A wonderful welcome from a neighbouring community since moving to Queenscliff. Thank you Geelong College. My Gertrude Streetscape (Southside Plate 2), Little Smith Street Fitzroy & Nude laying Prone, were three of the 70+ pieces selected from 300 pieces to be included in The Geelong College Art Show. I was pretty honored to be hanging with a great various group of artists and [...]

Doug Moran National Portrait Prize Semi Finalist

By |2018-03-07T14:06:21+11:00October 10, 2013|Exhibition, Painting, Portraits|

Absolutely gobsmacked at this achievement, and incredibly confused at the same time. Who would have thought a horrifying life changing event could bring so much reward. Nevertheless, I'm going with it and am stoked to be considered for semi finalist. Self Portrait (art and chronic pain) will be heading up to Sydney next week for the next round confirming finalists for the National [...]

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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