Luke is a finalist in the inaugural Hadley’s Art Prize to be announced on the 14th July 2017 .
His work “A different History, Bruny Island, 1793” explores and depicts relations between indigenous Tasmanian aboriginals and visting French scientific voyages in the 1700 s . A respectful and convivial association in contrast to the subsequent British killing and displacement of the original Tasmanian population .
Check out Luke Wagner’s new work Visage, at the www.colvillegallery.com.au later this month.
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Luke has been a finalist in the Glover and Wrest Point Art Awards this year and also has been selected as a Tattersall’s Prize finalist in Brisbane later this year .
He is currently working on a new exhibition of paintings to be at Colville Gallery in September
Luke has recently released a new series of limited edition prints based on a new series of still life paintings.
Please Browse the “Prints” section of this website for images and details of these new works.
Luke has been selected as a finalist in this years Tattersall’s Art Award in Brisbane.
The exhibition opens on Friday the 7 th September and his selected work , “I don’t need to know” will be on exhibition
Frontier , SOHO galleries , August 2012
The exhibition continues in the level 1 gallery at SOHO on the corner of Crown and Cathedral Streets
You can view the entire exhibition on this website under the “art” section headed “Frontier”
‘The Monk’ by Luke Wagner was recently installed on the court of the Hobart Real Tennis Club. Please call in and have a look if you are in the area.
Limited Edition Fine Art Prints are available of this work and will be signed by Luke and world real tennis champion Rob Fahey. They are available from the Hobart Club please contact Barry Toates for more details, the bulk of proceeds from sales of the print will go toward fundraising for the Hobart Club.