Flinders LaneGallery

Flinders LaneGallery

Flinders Lane Gallery, has been exhibiting the work of collectable & exceptional Australian artists since 1989. Copyright for all artworks remain with the artis
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Warlukurlangu artist Maggie Napaljarri Ross, paints her Mininypa Jukurrpa (Native Fuscia Dreaming).

Warlukurlangu artist Maggie Napaljarri Ross, paints her Mininypa Jukurrpa (Native Fuscia Dreaming).

Born into a family of great painters, Alma Nungurrayi Granites is a Warlpiri woman who lives at and works at Yuendumu and is known for her majestical renderings of the night sky.

Born into a family of great painters, Alma Nungurrayi Granites is a Warlpiri woman who lives at and works at Yuendumu and is known for her majestical renderings of the night sky.

Watching the Weather Change 2014 new painting by Jo Davenport for her next solo on 18th Feb 2014

Watching the Weather Change 2014 new painting by Jo Davenport for her next solo on 18th Feb 2014

One of William Breen's soft atmospheric new Road series.

One of William Breen's soft atmospheric new Road series.

Mark Ogge works in stock: Carnivals, circus tents and fairgrounds

Mark Ogge works in stock: Carnivals, circus tents and fairgrounds

Mark Ogge works in stock: Carnivals, circus tents and fairgrounds

Mark Ogge works in stock: Carnivals, circus tents and fairgrounds

Winner of the 2014 Rick Amor Art Prize, Gina Kalabishis paintings are a History in bone and paint made out of the strict discipline of Japanese flower arrangement, and the extreme formalism of western still life, hinting always at the pathology of these forms without denying their rapturous suppleness and fecundity.

Winner of the 2014 Rick Amor Art Prize, Gina Kalabishis paintings are a History in bone and paint made out of the strict discipline of Japanese flower arrangement, and the extreme formalism of western still life, hinting always at the pathology of these forms without denying their rapturous suppleness and fecundity.

Perth based artist Waldemar Kolbusz creates non-representational paintings that resound with vibrant colour and pulsate with a particular form of abstract energy.

Perth based artist Waldemar Kolbusz creates non-representational paintings that resound with vibrant colour and pulsate with a particular form of abstract energy.

Rebecca Hastings latest work 'The Crown' - oil on board

Rebecca Hastings latest work 'The Crown' - oil on board

Just how long did Charles Darwin hold onto Alfred Wallace’s theory of natural selection before telling anyone. Did he take some of Wallace’s...

Just how long did Charles Darwin hold onto Alfred Wallace’s theory of natural selection before telling anyone. Did he take some of Wallace’s...