2017 ‘Above and Below’ video acquired Parliament House Art Collection, Australia
2017 Selected for 2018 Biennale Of Australian Art
2017 Awarded Artist in Residence, Interface, Ireland
2017 Stockholm Art Fair / Supermarket, Sweden
2017 Korea-Australia Arts Foundation Prize
2017 Ravenswood Australian Women’s Art Prize
2017 Kilgour Prize, Australia
2017 Wyndham Art Prize, Australia
2016 Heysen Prize for Landscape, Australia
2016 Mandorla Art Award, Australia
2016 Winner Noosa Art Award
Anna Glynn’s video work ‘Cane’ is a
meditative exploration of land and place
Finalist Mandorla Art Award 2016
Anna Glynn’s video/moving image work
'Presence' was a finalist in the
2016 Mandorla Art Award
for contemporary religious art.
Australia’s most significant thematic Christian
art prize which ranks among major Australian art
awards in both artistic excellence and prize value
'Presence' has been acquired for the collection of
St John of God Healthcare, Mandorla’s major sponsor.
Learn more Mandorla Art Award 2016
2015 Kedumba Drawing Award
'Awaiting Discovery' by Anna Glynn has been selected for acquisition to the Kedumba Collection of Australian Drawings
The drawing references the work of the early European artists who visited Australia and plays with the notion of ‘discovery’.
“The Kedumba Collection has become the most representative collection of drawings of this period in this country.”
John Olsen AO OBE
Orange Regional Gallery
12 September to 15 November 2015
'The Sun Worshipper'
A tragic, anaesthetic-induced video selfie propels artist Anna Glynn into an examination of her carefree childhood frolicking under the Australian sun.
'The Sun Worshipper’ incorporates archival 8mm footage from the 1960s into a simple and moving true story of Australian beach culture.
Gold Coast Art Prize Finalist 2014
'Forest Horse' by Anna Glynn has been selected as a finalist in the Gold Coast Art Prize 2014.
This poetic work relies on the natural materials - a sweep of a traditional brush laden with Chinese ink - precise but also random at the same time - water and ink – control and flow - duality of materials.
"The exhibition is a showcase for excellent contemporary art practice from across Australia and the selected artworks represent many of the key trends in contemporary art."
Gold Coast City Gallery
6 December 2014 - 8 February 2015
Albany Art Prize Finalist 2014
'Marriage in Red' by Anna Glynn has been selected as a finalist in this major Australian national contemporary painting prize. The work fuses Chinese traditional ink painting techniques with a Western aesthetic - playing with the intersection and interpretation of cultures and ideas.
Australian Arts in Asia Awards' finalist Hidden Worlds
Anna Glynn was selected as a finalist in the inaugural 'Australian Arts in Asia Awards' in two categories Visual Arts and Individual,
for her Hidden Worlds Exhibition in Beijing,