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15 January 2017

Min-Woo Bang | KAAF Art Prize

Congratulations Min-Woo Bang, Finalist in the 2016 KAAF Art Prize, for his work, Awakening. "I created a dramatic interplay between light and dark (chiaroscuro) as defined branches and trees frame the foreground, directing the focus to gigantic moving clouds or gusts of wind as...
15 January 2017

Neil Taylor | KAAF Art Prize

Congratulations Neil Taylor, Finalist in the 2016 KAAF Art Prize, for his work, By The Bridle Track - En Plein Air. With superb technical skill, Neil paints in a super-realist style. He often focuses on bush landscapes in NSW, from the Northern Rivers to the Blue Mountains...
21 October 2016

Congratulations Kerry McInnis

A selected finalist in the 2016 Portia Geach Memorial Award for her portrait of David Batty. This is the 8th time Kerry's work has been exhibited in this prestigious award, which is recognised as one of the most important celebrations of the talents and creativity of Australian female...
18 October 2016

Robert Malherbe: Winner of the NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize

Congratulations to Robert Malherbe, Guest Artist in our upcoming 40/40 exhibition, for winning the prestigious NSW Parliament Plein Air Painting Prize. The term ‘en plein air’ refers to the practice of painting out of doors, in direct engagement with nature, where the transitory...
14 September 2016

Congratulations Bill Sampson

A selected finalist in the Len Fox Painting Award. This prestigious award commemorates the life and work of Len Fox's uncle, the influential Australian born painter, Emanuel Phillips Fox (1865-1915). Known for his plein air, impressionist style, Fox’s paintings are characterized by...
7 September 2016

DAGMAR CYRULLA IN "THE CAROUSEL"

Melbourne painter, Dagmar Cyrulla, redefines the muse in latest exhibition at the newly rebranded Wagner Contemporary gallery in Sydney. Click Here to read the full article.To view available works by Dagmar Cyrulla, visit her stockroom page on our website.   
6 September 2016

Congratulations Wagner artists

Congratulations Min-Woo Bang, Ken Johnson, Kerry McInnis and Neil Taylor - finalists in this year's Tattersall's Club Landscape Art Prize. Winner announced tomorrow and best wishes to all finalists.  
23 August 2016

CONGRATULATIONS MIN-WOO BANG

Finalist in the Mosman Art Prize and Winner of the Mosman Council Commendation Prize for his work, Cloud In Abstraction. 
8 August 2016

Judith White on Radio National (ABC)

The Painted Bach is a performance piece where visual art and classical music collide.Cellist Rachel Scott plays Bach's cello suite No.5, while artist Judith White paints a response to the piece on three large screens. Listen to Judith and Rachel in conversation about the creative ...

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