Tasmanian Landscapes: Inspired by the Glover Prize

By Megan George

About this Curation

Entries closed on Friday for the Glover Prize. Named after the British painter who found fame painting the Southern island state, the prize celebrates contemporary landscape paintings of the apple isle. The award is open to entrants from all over the world, and is one of Australia's most significant art prizes. It's aim is to stimulate conversations about the meaning and possibilities expressed in the words landscape, painting and Tasmania.
Inspired by the acquisitive prize, we unearthed the best artists who've travelled to the oft-forgotten state and captured it's natural wonderment. Browse a selection of contemporary landscape art and who knows, you might also be inspired to make a trip to Tassie yourself!

About the Curator

Megan is Bluethumb's Content Coordinator and handles all things photography related. The voice behind Bluethumb's social media and blogs, she is a core part of the curatorial team and leads the weekly newsletters. She holds photography dear to her heart, with a background as a freelance photographer herself.

Melbourne born and bred, her days at Bluethumb are filled with many coffees, cuddles from the resident canine companions and of course, spending more $ than is sensible on stunning art.

140cm (W) x 70cm (H)
Acrylic Paint

121cm (W) x 91cm (H)
Acrylic Paint

76.2cm (W) x 61cm (H)
Acrylic Paint

50cm (W) x 40cm (H)
Acrylic Paint

46cm (W) x 42cm (H)
Acrylic Paint

54cm (W) x 23cm (H)
Other Media

150cm (W) x 120cm (H)
Oil Paint

40.6cm (W) x 50.8cm (H)
Oil Paint

41cm (W) x 31cm (H)
Oil Paint

45.7cm (W) x 45.7cm (H)
Acrylic Paint

152cm (W) x 120cm (H)
Oil Paint