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Almanac Art: Kate Birrell’s original artwork for The Tigers Almanac 2019 is up for auction

Kate Birrell’s original artwork for The Tigers Almanac 2019 is up for auction. Bids close on Friday 20 December.

Almanac Art: Kate Birrell – Street Rhythm exhibition

Kate Birrell’s exhibition of Melbourne urban life, Street Rhythm, has opened at Chapel Off Chapel. Pictures and details within.

Almanac Art – Kate Birrell: Street Rhythm Exhibition 21 May (opening night function) – 9th June

“Street Rhythm” is an exciting new exhibition of Kate Birrell’s recent paintings. The exhibition will be held at Chapel off Chapel, Prahran from 21st May to 9th June. Join Kate for Opening Night from 6.00pm to 8pm on Tuesday 21st May.

Almanac Art: Kate Birrell’s Dusty Martin in the Grand Final

Kate Birrell’s painting of Dusty Martin in the 2017 Grand Final. [Purchased by Joe De Petro – Ed]

Art Exhibition – Kate Birrell’s “This Footy Life” (opens June 30)

One of our favourites (particularly amongst our Tiger fans), Kate Birrell, will be exhibiting works inspired by footy at her gallery next month. All are welcome to attend, starting from this weekend.

Almanac Art: The Tigers’ Almanac cover original painting by Kate Birrell

The original of Kate Birrell’s brilliant art work for the cover of The Tigers’ Almanac 2017 is for sale. You can also purchase prints. Details here.

Almanac Art Auction: ‘Girls, First Season’ by Kate Birrell

Kate Birrell’s artwork commissioned to be the cover of The Women’s Footy Almanac 2017 is up for auction. It’s a terrific piece – and represents a significant moment. Find out more – and make a bid.

Almanac Art: Bustling Billy at Punt Road (by Kate Birrell)

Billy Barrot passed away earlier this week. This is Kate Birrell’s painting of him at Punt Road. [Add your memory of Billy Barrot – Ed]

Almanac Art: Kate Birrell’s ‘Cyril’

Check out Kate Birrell’s lively, fun painting ‘Cyril’ (which is up for sale).

Kate Birrell’s “Spectators” Art Show Reviewed

Fellow artist Yvette Wroby reviews the just opened exhibition of Almanac favourite Kate Birrell’s “Spectators” series of art work. Do yourself a favour and check out Kate’s art and website.

Kate Birrell

Artist Bio – Kate Birrell Kate is a painter living and working in the Melbourne suburb of Caulfield. The subject of her paintings are very much focused on day to day life. She is particularly interested in Melbournes’ way of living, as it has a culture, a sporting realm and an identity that is quite unique to other [Read more]

A Six on the Sixth

Kate Birrell is a proud parent experiencing the joy of watching a growing son and his deeds on the cricket field, especially clocking a cracking six!

Grand Final – Richmond v GWS: The Day After

Kate Birrell reflects upon her chance meeting with fellow Tiger supporter Sharon the day after the Grand Final.

Almanac Racing – Guineas Day and a Pineapple for Dinner

Kate Birrell’s celebration of a Yellow and Black flag has metamorphosed into Spring racing at the Caulfield Guineas – complete with the odd winning punt, shared fried chicken with the kids and artwork to capture the moment.

Luke Hodge

Luke Hodge has played his last AFL game. Take a look at Kate Birrell’s portrait of the champion, and read Tim Boyle’s piece which features as one of the introductory essays of The Footy Almanac 2013.

Almanac Art: Not Another Bloody Football Art Show! Yep!

Come along and help Citrus Bob Utber raise funds to publish his ‘The History of the Lang Lang Football Club’ by checking out the art show at The Howler Brewery in Lang Lang featuring well know artists Shantelle Perry,  Kendra Heil, Kate Birrell, Susan Sutton, and others.

Bachar Houli, the Tigers’ run-and-carry man extraordinaire, hits 200 games

Richmond’s Bachar Houli plays his 200th AFL game tomorrow night when the Tigers meet the Magpies. Kate Birrell’s beautiful image leads the Almanac’s salute to one of the League’s silky-smooth, rebounding champions.

Round 18 – Richmond v Port Adelaide: Feeling Good

Kate Birrell was looking forward to a footy fix after a holiday in Bali, and her Tigers didn’t let her down. Kate was happy woman indeed!

Almanac Art: Waiting for play to start at the MCG

Kate Birrell is at the cricket at the MCG on this final day, waiting for the rain to stop, the covers to come off and play to begin. This is how she has been filling in her time.

A Santa Sighting and the Tiger Train

Guess who Kate Birrell saw last night as she sat at the railway crossing in Glenhuntly Road waiting patiently for the Long Island steel train to pass? In her rear view mirror she spotted Santa in his bright red suit. He was cursing away at the incessant ding dinging and the outrageous length of time it was taking for the train’s fifty-five empty steel coil wagons to pass.