Salon des Refuses - Wynne Prize 

I am currently exhibiting Still Morning, oil on linen 183 x 137cm  in the Salon des Refuses - Wynne, one of 17 artists selected , until July 24 at S H Ervin Gallery , Sydney 

The Jack Wilkins Art Prize - Experimental Photography

The F Project Gallery, Warrnambool, Exhibition April 6 - May 1 2022

Awarded First Prize: Very honored to have received this Award for Mosque at Night II

(see image in Available Works) 

Muswellbrook Art Prize, NSW , Finalist 2022  Exhibition until May 7th

Finalist : Rapture II, charcoal Framed 93x127cm 

Canopy: Featuring works from the WAG Collection.

Warrnambool Art Gallery, Dec 11th- May 29th 2022 

Featuring: Kathryn's Tree- Curdivale, oil on linen 76x76cm 

RAPTURE: New Charcoals  SOLO Exhibition ,

The F Project Gallery, 224 Timor ST Warrnambool

January 12th - February 6th 2022    


July 14th 2020 

I am very pleased to announce  I am now Self Representing in Victoria 

You can  follow my current studio practice & exhibition updates on my Instagram @kathrynryanartist

Contact me for sales & enquiries :

E kathrynryanartist@gmail.com

PH +61 425 716 647 

In Sydney-NSW I am Represented by Nanda Hobbs Gallery. 

Nanda Hobbs - Kathryn Ryan

Warrnambool Art Gallery: Artists at Home Series:

You can view the video & slide show here :

 VIDEO     Kathryn Ryan Artists at Home Warrnambool Art Gallery

August 2020 

I am very pleased to be featured in the Warrnambool Art Gallery's' Artists at Home' series, focusing on works in their collection. My painting, Winter Farm, oil on canvas 137 x 183cm was purchased for their permanent collection in 2003.

You can also read ; WAG Stories, my recent interview regarding this work and my art practice. Kathryn Ryan: Story WAG

Warrnambool Art Gallery

YouTube Channel : Kathryn Ryan Artist 

See my You Tube channel for studio videos, gallery/ exhibition videos

Youtube Kathryn Ryan Artist

2018: Artist Monograph Book Launch 

'Celebrating the practice of this acclaimed landscape painter, the book spans two decades of Ryan’s art practice and offers both collectors and admirers of her practice the opportunity to gain a deeper insight into the evolution and motivations behind her serene images. Including selected essays, reviews and statements by the artist, as well as a comprehensive survey of past works, this monograph is a timely celebration of a quietly driven artist.


Catalogue essay by Tracy Crisp

Artist Talk Video

Please see the above link for my Artist Talk at Flinders Lane Gallery February 2016

Held at FLG at the Opening of my 2016 solo exhibition, this Video is a 20 min Artist Talk, with slide show : an Overview of my art practice in the preceding 20 yrs, following on from my Survey Show in 2015 at the Warrnambool Art Gallery.

Video of my survey exhibition : A Quiet Place, Warnambool Art Gallery 2015

Please see the below links for short videos of my survey exhibition at the Warrnambool Art Gallery 2015

Video 1. (8min)

Video 2. A Quiet Place, Paintings & Drawings 1995-2015 Kathryn Ryan 20 year survey exhibition Warrnambool Art Gallery 2015 (5min)

Survey Show : Kathryn Ryan 

A Quiet PlacePaintings & Drawings 1995-2015

Warrnambool Art Gallery July 19th - November 22nd, 2015

26 Liebig St Warrnambool VIC 3280


A series of Cards of my artworks are available $4.50 each

www.thewag.com.au  E: gallery@warrnambool.vic.gov.au PH +61 3 5559 49 49

A Survey Show of my art practice over the last 20 years, showcasing a selection of oil paintings and charcoal drawings, loaned from public and private collections. The exhibition will showcase works from the western district, my studio years in  Melbourne, to the UK and years spent living in the UAE and a recent return to south west Victoria, now dividing my time between Warrnambool & Dubai.

My art practice has been heavily influenced by my years growing up in South West Victoria, and the surrounding landscape has provided much of the inspiration for my oil paintings and charcoal drawings.

The quality of light, mood, space & atmosphere , what moves me... has informed many of these works which explore the contrast of opposites of the fragile & strong, the vast & detail, what lasts, what endures, a longing for , memory based, a reflective and calm quiet place to retreat...

The exhibition will cover the journey of my studio practice from 1995- to the present working in oil paint and charcoal. From windswept cypress & hedges punctuating the vast farming areas to  the fall of light at the end of the day , the landscape emerging through fog, to more recent explorations of shadow & light from my time based in the UAE and my return back to the South West of Victoria to explore again this landscape with fresh eyes.


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