Genevieve Felix Reynolds appears in the current issue of Artist Profile magazine in a feature by Lucy Hawthorne (issue 57, pp. 52-56).

Congratulations to Genevieve Felix Reynolds who is finalist in the NSW Visual Arts Emerging Fellowship, announced by Artspace and Create NSW. This edition of the Fellowship will be presented in partnership with National Art School and exhibited at the NAS Gallery in Darlinghurst in 2022.

image: Genevieve Felix Reynolds, The Flattening of Everything, installation view, Galerie pompom. Photo: Docqment

Congratulations to Genevieve Felix Reynolds and Nuha Saad who are finalists in the 2021 Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize. Award announced  14 May and exhibition of finalists 15 to 30 May at Ravenswood School for Girls, Sydney.

image: L: Genevieve Felix Reynolds, Composition with chair and collossus [Stone bull: Iran, 518-460 BCE. Chair: Eero Saarinen, 1955], 2021, oil paint on steel, 60 x 85 cm. R: Nuha Saad, Ornamental Fancies III (detail), 2020, acrylic on turned posts (5 posts), 180 x 60 x 60 cm. Photo: Docqment

Please join us at 5pm on Saturday 20 March for an in-conversation between exhibiting artist Genevieve Felix Reynolds and artist & curator Talia Smith. Free, all welcome.

image: Genevieve Felix Reynolds, ‘The Flattening of Everything’, installation view. Photo: Docqment

Art Month Sydney 2021 is fast approaching. Look out for various events at the gallery and offsite:

9 March – Vivian Cooper Smith at Handpicked Wines

17 March – new solo exhibitions at Galerie pompom: Genevieve Felix Reynolds, Matthew Harris

20 March – Art at Night in Chippendale

21 March – Art Walk & Wine

24 March – Forage to Feast at Galerie pompom

Full details at this link

image: Nuha Saad, The Folly of Colour, installation view. Photo: Docqment

Genevieve Felix Reynolds is a finalist in The Elaine Bermingham National Watercolour Prize in Landscape Painting. This unique triennial art prize celebrates excellence and innovation in the watercolour medium. Finalists exhibition in the Webb Gallery, Griffith University’s Queensland College of Art, Brisbane, from 26 November 2020.

image: Genevieve Felix Reynolds, The green is grass, grass is greener, 2020, watercolour on canvas, 122 x 91 cm

The third in our series of videos profiling pompom artists in their studios – Galerie pompom presents Genevieve Felix Reynolds.

Watch the video here

Genevieve Felix Reynolds is the Residency Recipient in the 2019 Sunshine Coast Art Prize at Caloundra Regional Gallery.

Image courtesy of Caloundra Regional Gallery. Ben Vos photography.