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Keith Lane

Keith Lane is a Tasmanian artist originally from London

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Keith Lane is a Northern Tasmanian painter whose works are poetical and mysterious, defying easy interpretation. His painting and sculpture open doors to the viewer’s memory and experience inviting an individual response as unique as the artists. In these complex works time and distance is collapsed and we see JM Turner’s world referenced to the ethical dilemmas of today’s Everyman. Originally from London, Lane creates with a deep knowledge of this great metropolis . His latest works draw connections between Thames convict hulks and Tasmanian transported felons.

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Artist’s Bio/CV: 2021 Keith Lane Studied Fine Art in London UK graduating in 1979, migrating to Australia in 1989. Practiced as a Building Designer alongside practice as a painter/sculptor/printmaker and Visual Arts Teacher TAFE Sydney NSW 2010 – 2014. Numerous group and solo shows in London, Sydney, Canberra and Launceston, has exhibited in China, is represented in many private and public collections including Campbelltown Arts Centre NSW, the Shanghai Government and the Chinese Embassy in Canberra. Has also been commissioned to undertake several public art commissions notably for Sydney Olympic Park in 2008 and 2010. Lane has been a finalist in the Sulman Prize at the Art Gallery NSW in 2008 and 2009. Semi Finalist Doug Moran Portrait Prize in 2014. Featured in the Melbourne Art Fair 2014 and Sydney Contemporary Art Fair 2015 with Art Atrium and is currently represented in Tasmania by Gallery Pejean, Launceston and Nolan Gallery, Hobart and in Sydney by Art Atrium and Glover Finalist 2020 and 2021 Web sites below:
www.nolanart.com.au www.keithlane.net
Abridged CV
Solo shows
2021 2018 Painting Nolan Gallery, Hobart – March
Painting/sculpture. Gallery Pejean Launceston
2014 Painting/Sculpture Art Atrium Bondi Junction NSW
2012 Painting/sculpture/printmaking. Art Atrium Bondi Junction
2010 Painting/sculpture/printmaking. Art Atrium Bondi Junction

10 Year Cut off

Duo shows
2017 Jones Bay Wharf, (Art Atrium) Sydney
2014 Melbourne Art Fair with Art Atrium

Group Shows
2021 March Glover Art Prize Finalist
Jan Summer Showcase Gallery Pejean, Launceston
2020 Jan Summer Showcase Gallery Pejean (drawing/sculpture)
Feb Ravens – Long Gallery Hobart (painting/sculpture)
Feb Landscapes Gallery Pejean (painting)
Feb Glover Art Prize – Finalist
July Dangerous Women – Nolan Gallery Hobart
Dec Small Works Gallery Pejean Launceston

2019 ‘Go Figure” Gallery Pejean Launceston ( painting/sculpture)
Works on paper ( selected) Gallery Pejean
Landscapes Gallery Pejean Launceston ( painting)
Esk Art Award
Great Western Tiers art prize (winner)
2018 Summer Show, Gallery Pejean, Launceston
‘Transcendance’ Art Atrium/Live in Art, Sydney
Esk Art Award, prize winner, Eskerleigh Tas
Finalist Bay of Fires Art Prize, St Helens Tas
2017 Summer Sojourn, Art Atrium Sydney
déjà vu Gallery Pejean
5th Anniversary show, Gallery Pejean
30×30 paintings Gallery Pejean
Finalist Bay of Fires Art Prize, St Helens Tas
Editions: 2017 Gallery Pejean Linocuts/Sculpture
2016 ‘She’ Gallery Pejean
Directors Choice, Gallery Pejean
Gallery artists, Art Atrium
2015 Sydney Contemporary Art Fair, Carriageworks. Art Atrium ( Sculpture)
Art Atrium, Bondi Junction, Sydney, annual group show ( Sculpture )
China Cultural Centre. Sydney (Sculpture/painting)
Inaugural Group Show (painting/sculpture) Elemental Artspace Deloraine
2014 Red-Volution, (sculpture) Hong Kong House , Sydney
Doug Moran Portrait Prize – Semi Finalist
2013 Group show (painting) Campbelltown Arts Centre, NSW 8 Year cut off

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Canberra after the Rain
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Phoenix Rising

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4 Mar 2022 - ongoing

Salamanca Arts Centre, Salamanca Place

Sublime landscape painting for interesting times.

Past events

Earth and Ocean VII, Erin Amor, 2019. Photographer: Erin Amor
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ART NU

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Salamanca Arts Centre, Salamanca Place

A MidWinter celebration of the nude in art.
Edge-of-Enlightenment (regards to Mr Turner), Keith Lane, 2020. Photographer: Keith Lane
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Keith Lane – Great Expectations

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Salamanca Arts Centre, Salamanca Place

An exhibition of contemporary figure painting about expectations blighted.
Image courtesy of the artists.
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RAVEN

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Salamanca Arts Centre, 77 Salamanca Place

Mystery, Myth and Meaning
Summer Show - Gallery Pejean
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Summer Show

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57 George Street, Launceston

A group exhibition showcasing the diverse talents of 13 Tasmanian artists in a variety of mediums.
Keith Lane - In the Kingdom of Desire
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In the Kingdom of Desire

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57 George Street, Launceston

Recent work by Keith Lane
GALLERY PEJEAN - 5th-Anniversary-Exhibition-
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5th Anniversary Exhibition

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57 George Street, Launceston

Gallery Pejean celebrates its 5th Anniversary with an outstanding group exhibition.
Editions 2017
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EDITIONS 2017

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57 George Street, Launceston

Editions - A diverse exhibition of artworks using techniques which are able to be produced in editions.
Director's Choice 2016
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Director’s Choice 2016

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57 George Street, Launceston

an annual group exhibition at Gallery Pejean