11 March 2024

Nicholas Blowers' winning entry was chosen from a record breaking 740 entries. 'Lake Bed' celebrates the chaotic beauty in a collapsed, decaying forest on the cracked clay floor of Tasmania's Lake Gordon.

"I find beauty in unconventional places; it's like asking whether a fungal bloom can be as beautiful as a vase of flowers - it can be," he said."And Tasmania I think that is present, because for me it holds so many strange wonders, so many so many forms. Lake Bed is "brutal but also beautiful', and was inspired by the apocalyptic World War I battlefield paintings of Paul Nash.

The judges commended the artist for his technical manipulation of light and tone and his compelling story of the Tasmanian landscape.

Blowers has been a finalist in the Glover Prize eight times, winning highly commended and people's choice categories twice. 

The Glover Prize exhibition is open to the public at Evandale's Falls Park Pavilion, near Launceston, Tasmania, from March 9 to March 17.


Art critic Sebastian Smee on the art of Matt Coyle

21 May 2024

Matt Coyle has long been one of Australia’s most original and captivating artists. The work he has been making over the past five-to-ten years convinces me that he is in the midst of a major breakthrough. 

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'Canvas as Sanctum' by Joe Frost for Artist Profile features Stephanie Eather's recent N\H solo 'From Vernon Terrace'

11 March 2024

Stephanie Eathers work from her Project Space exhibition 'From Vernon Terrace' is reviewed by writer Joe Frost alongside painters Norma Napanangka and Maximilian Daniels, for Artist Profile.

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NH Event

Caroline Zilinsky survey exhibition on show at University Gallery, Newcastle University—28 Feb - 20 Apr

26 February 2024

The University Gallery at Newcastle University is exhibiting a major survey show of artist, Caroline Zilinsky from 28 February to 20 April, 2024. Join the artist for a launch event on Saturday 16 March.

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