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Sally Pryor is the Arts Editor at The Canberra Times.
Sally Pryor There are two new portraits hanging in the Australian War Memorial this week.
Sally Pryor A meditative portrait of love and loss in a teeming metropolis has won a major prize at the National Portrait Gallery.
Sally Pryor What must it be like to see music and hear colours, to see movement in light and colours in harmonies?
Sally Pryor Artist Dale Frank donates paintings, drawings and collages worth $4 million to National Gallery of Australia.
Sally Pryor It’s hard to imagine that in 1914, Australia was a happy, optimistic country, even as war loomed and a government faced one of the toughest decisions in history.
Sally Pryor A flock of magpies, a box of matches, a floating scarf, a glistening blue rabbit – the Ranamok Glass Prize has always attracted a diverse range of objects, all forged from glass.
Sally Pryor When works Australian landscape painter Elioth Gruner come onto the market it’s worth pouncing.
Sally Pryor To most people, an empty office space in Mitchell is a business opportunity.
Sally Pryor For a working author, recognition is just as important as money.
Sally Pryor It was a classic case of louche New York gallery-goers and a misunderstood artist.
Sally Pryor His paintings are striking works of avant-garde modernism, his vision long-lasting and his legacy profound.
Sally Pryor It’s official: short stories aren’t major sellers when it comes to books.
Sally Pryor You think that book's tiny? Check this one out...using this handy microscope.
Sally Pryor When you’re onto a good thing, it’s best to walk out on a high point, preferably with a big neon sign lighting up the Kingston foreshore.
Sally Pryor Was Elioth Gruner a fun-loving bon vivant, or a grumpy neighbourhood eccentric? Perhaps he was both, as the curator of the major survey of his work at Canberra Museum and Gallery is slowly...
Sally Pryor When Nancy Sever decided to retire last year, she planned to take a well-earned break, travel and spend time with her new grandchild.
Sally Pryor and Ben Westcott The last painting by Jeffrey Smart has found a home in the National Gallery of Australia thanks in part to the estate of fellow artist Margaret Olley.
Sally Pryor Filmmaker Glen Ryan used to be baffled when people raved about the beauty of the Brindabellas.
Sally Pryor In the 1950s, the Australian government portrayed immigrants very differently.
Sally Pryor Leading glass artist Nick Mount, who has just opened a new exhibition at the Canberra Glassworks, says the scene is thriving since his days as an art student.