David Fenoglio (b1986) is an artist based in Brisbane, Australia. A 2011 graduate of Queensland College of Art, David has exhibited nationally. David is currently focused on pursuing a representational art practice through oil painting and drawing. He draws inspiration from the natural world and art history.
2020 Calleen Art Award, Cowra Regional Gallery, Finalist.
2020 Royal Queensland Art Society Figurative Art Prize, Brisbane, Third Place,
2020 Waverley Art Prize, Finalist.
2020 Lethbridge 20,000 Small Scale Art Award, Finalist.
2020 Percival Tucker Portrait Painting Prize, Townsville, Finalist.
2019 Brisbane Portrait Prize, Brisbane Powerhouse, Finalist.
2019 Lethbridge 20,000 Small Scale Art Award, Finalist, Highly Commended.
2019 Brunswick Street Gallery Small Scale Art Award, Finalist.
2019 Waverley Art Prize, Finalist, Highly Commended.
2019 Du Rietz Art Award, Gympie Regional Gallery, Finalist.
2019 Still Life Category, EKKA Royal Queensland Show, Second Place.
2018 Still Life Category, EKKA Royal Queensland Show, Second Place.
2018 A.M.E Bale, Traveling Scholarship Award, Finalist.
2018 A.M.E Bale, Oil Painting Award, Finalist.
2017 Milburn Art Prize, Brisbane Institute of Art, Finalist.
2017 Lethbridge 10,000 Small Scale Art Award, Finalist.
2017 Still Life Category, EKKA Royal Queensland Show, First Place.
2017 Art Piece Gallery 30 x 30 Art Prize, Finalist.
2016 Lethbridge 10,000 Small Scale Art Award, Finalist.
2016 Royal Queensland Art Society, Young Artist Award, First Place.
2016 A.M.E Bale Traveling Scholarship Award, Finalist.
2019 26 April - 9 May, "Cleaning Out the Closet", The Third Quarter, Brisbane.
2018 13 -24th April, "Real Ordinary", Jugglers Art Space, Brisbane.
2020 STILL, Sugarlift Gallery, Highline-Nine, Chelsea, New York City.
2019 Brisbane Open House Art Exhibition, Australian Institute of Architects, Brisbane.
2019 RQAS Brisbane Landscapes, Landmarks and Personalities.
2018 New Phone Who Dis?, Greenlight Gallery, Brisbane.
2018 RQAS Members Exhibition, Brisbane.
2017 RQAS Members Exhibition, Brisbane.
2016 23 Degrees, Landscape Exhibition, Woolloongabba Art Gallery.
Island Magazine, Tempest Issue 146. Artwork for an article by Perrin Scarborough.
2019 Padua College, Kedron. "St Francis of Assisi".