Lorraine Pilgrim presents an exhibition by sixteen artists from Queensland and New South Wales – Art Knows No Borders.
A reflection on subjects that have affected the world such as climate change, the extinction crisis and coronavirus.
This series looks at a moment in time when our reality of today can be shifted in a minute and we ask what is real and what is not.
Shannon Doyle receives a Highly Commended for his painting “Vanitas Plastica” in the 2020 Border Art Prize.
Shannon Doyle’s “Life and Death” was named as a finalist in the 2020 Stanthorpe Art Prize by judges Rachael Parsons and Simon Elliott.
Power Struggle by Australia artist Shannon Doyle receives Highly Commended in the 2018 Calleen Art Award.
Critical Escape by Australian artist Shannon Doyle has been selected as a Finalist in the 2018 Stanthorpe Art Prize.
Shannon Doyle features in a lunchtime chat, Feasting on ART at Hellenika with owner Simon Gloftis Ocean Road magazine.
Shannon Doyle’s painting, “Icon” selected as a Finalist in the 2016 Stanthorpe Art Prize.
“Diego” has been selected as a Finalist in the 2016 Calleen Art Award and Winner of the People’s Choice Award.
Shannon Doyle announces solo show at Gallery Smith Project Space. The exhibition, titled This Modern Life opens Saturday 5 November 2016.
Shannon takes readers through the monochromatic process in this feature in Australian Artist magazine March 2016 edition.
A Particular Tension explores connecting renaissance art and street art into a personalised expression of modern culture.
‘Art is Life’ by Shannon Doyle awarded Winner in the Surrealism Section and selected as Finalist for the 2013 Mortimore Art Prize.
Shannon Doyle selected as Finalist & Winner of Figurative Section 2013 Mortimore Art Award for his painting “Buying Time”.
Shannon Doyle’s painting “The Wait of the World” is selected as a Finalist in the 2013 Sunshine Coast Art Prize.
Shannon Doyle cover feature and story in Australian Artist Magazine January 2014. He is identified as a “rising talent to be watched”.
Shannon Doyle exclusive interview on The Man Has Style about his Appetite for Art collaborative show at AVVIA restaurant on the Gold Coast.
Artist Shannon Doyle joins AVVIA owners, Eddie and Cherie Uzan, for an evening of selected artworks, live painting and culinary delights.
Detention by Australian artist Shannon Doyle has been selected as a Finalist in the 2012 Metro Art Prize.