Glenn Morgan

b. 1955

Glenn Morgan’s somewhat whimsical paintings and sculptures are bright, bustling scenes of figures and movement. His works have a strong local flavour and while often humorous, are keenly observed and socially aware. Glenn’s three dimensional pieces are rendered in wood, metal, wire, screws and paint and often include handles and levers the viewer can turn and manipulate to literally bring the scenes to life. Glenn completed a Diploma of Fine Art at the Warrnambool Institute of Advanced Education and his Postgraduate studies in Printmaking at the Victorian College of the Arts. His work is held in the collections of the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; Museum of Contemporary Art, Brisbane; Museum of Victoria and the Maritime Museum, Victoria; as well as in several Regional Galleries.

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Entrancing Others: A Group Exhibition – Gippsland Art Gallery

Image above: G.W. Bot  Other glyphs  2020  linocut 38 x 38 cm – Photography courtesy of Tim Gresham Sue Anderson, …

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Home/Work – Glenn Morgan

Glenn Morgan’s work is currently on view in a public art exhibition at the soon-to-be-completed State Library Station, Franklin Street …

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Glenn Morgan, Rodney Pople, Peter Stevens and Christine Wrest Smith – Salon des Refusés 2020

Image above: Rodney Pople  ‘I did it my way’ (self portrait)  2020  oil and watercolour on linen (Archibald Prize) Congratulations …

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Camie Lyons – Winner of 2021 Sculpture at Scenic World Award

Above image: Camie Lyons, Stick Figures (keepers), bronze, in situ. Photograph: Keith Maxwell. Congratulations to Camie Lyons who has been …

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Mary Tonkin – Podcasts

Image above: Mary Tonkin  Ripples, Kalorama  2020  oil on linen  71 x 80 cm Landscape painter, Mary Tonkin, has recently …

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Dobell Drawing Prize – Martin King

Image above: Martin King  Strangerlands #1  2020  graphite on drafting film with watercolour on paper, gouache and metal foil  148 …

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Jimmy Rix – Road Kill

Last week, Jimmy Rix’s monumental 18 metre-long sculpture, Road Kill, was installed in Forbes, NSW as part of a major …

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Cry of the Land: Mandy Martin

Image above: Mandy Martin  Falling star 5  2012  pigment and oil on linen  76 x 280 cm Mandy Martin’s work …

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Janet Luxton and Sarah Tomasetti – The King’s School Art Prize

Image above: Janet Luxton  Eye contact  2021  oil on linen canvas  125 x 165 cm Congratulations to Janet Luxton and …

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2021 Gallipoli Art Prize – Michelle Hiscock

Image above: Michelle Hiscock  Menin Gate  2021  oil on linen  61 x 75 cm Congratulations to Michelle Hiscock who has …

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Rodney Pople Glover Prize Finalist 2021

Above image: Rodney Pople, Liffy Falls, oil on linen, 141 x 181cm, 2021   A huge congratulations to Rodney Pople …

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Robin Stewart – Artist Feature

Image above: Robin Stewart  The second interview  2018  oil on linen  97 x 97 cm Robin Stewart’s paintings depict a …

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John Wolseley – The National: New Australian Art 2021

Image above: John Wolseley in his print workshop with one of the works destined for The National 2021 at the …

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