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 Opuntia Vulgaris: Prickly Pear (Decompose series)
mixed media + polymers + mediaeval gesso + gold leaf on canvas | World Year of Physics Art Prize Finalist
450 x 450 mm (1 of multi-panel x 25)

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Her [works] function in a similar way to relics in a museum. … She strikes on archetypal essences
that Jung would perhaps have described as our collective unconscious.

— Gay Hendriksen. OZ Arts and ‘The Blue Box’ Solo Exhibition Catalogue Essay
Curator. former manager-curator, National Trust  Norman Lindsay Gallery & Museum
former curator Penrith Regional Art Gallery & Lewers Bequest

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Born: Gilgandra, Australia
Lives and works Sydney, Australia
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Education    

2013-1980
Regular research and working expeditions in outback Australia
2013
Certificate IV in Training and Assessment. University Technology Sydney. (in process)
2010-2009
Honorary Associate. Macleay Museum of Natural History. University of Sydney
2005-1999
PhD Contemporary Art. Painting: by research and studio practice. University of Western Sydney
2003-2000
Australian Research Council (ARC) Grant. Australian Postgraduate Award Scholarship plus Extension Grant. Painting: by research and studio practice. University of Western Sydney
1999
Life Drawing. The Summer School. Julian Ashton Art School. Sydney
1998–96
Master of Letters Visual Art and Design. High Distinction. Painting: by research and studio practice. University of New England. Armidale, NSW
1995
Bachelor of Visual Art and Design. RPL equivalency. University of New England. Armidale, NSW
1988-87
Specialist Extension Certificate in Production Design. Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS). Sydney; Commonwealth Department Communication and Arts. Australia
1985
Drawing. Louvre Museum Paris; London; Europe; South East Asia and Morocco
1979
Philosophy of Art and Aesthetics. Bachelor of Arts studies. University of Wollongong. NSW
1977-1976
Fine Arts: full time. The National Art School, Wollongong Technical College. NSW
Life Drawing master classes. The National Art School. Wollongong Technical College. NSW
1975
Drawing. British Museum and Tate Gallery. London, UK
1974-71
Human bioscience studies: anatomy. Registered Nurse. Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
1970
Fine Arts: full time. The National Art School, Wollongong Technical College. NSW
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Solo Exhibitions (selected)    

2014
Ghost. Post-residency with the Macleay Museum of Natural History, University of Sydney 2010. (in process)
2013
Gaye Chapman: private view I. Charles Hewitt Gallery. Sydney
2012
Gaye Chapman: private view II. Charles Hewitt Gallery. Sydney
2010
Hybrid. Galleries Victoria. Sydney
Hybrid: glitter. (pop-up). Berkelouw exhibition space. Sydney
2007
Botanomancy I. Palm House Gallery. Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney
Botanomancy II. Red Box Gallery. Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney
2006
Glitter. Michael Nagy Fine Art Gallery. Sydney. curators Michael Nagy and Nicky Ginsberg
2005
Paintings for Children. The Nutcote Trust Museum. Sydney
2004
Decompose: decay and weeds = art. Manly Regional Art Gallery and Museum. Sydney. curators Katherine Roberts and Therese Kenyon
2003
Decompose I. Palm House Gallery. Royal Botanic Gardens. Sydney
Decompose II. Tin Sheds Gallery. Sydney University
2002
Decomposition: meaning and biodegradation. (virtual). International Ecology, Culture and Community Conference. University of Queensland. Brisbane
2001
MOTH: the nature of transience. Michael Nagy Fine Art Gallery. Sydney. curator Michael Nagy
1995
The Blue Box. Crawford Gallery. Sydney; The National Women’s Art Exhibition. Australia. curators Gay Hendriksen. and Patricia Anderson. (catalogue)
1992
Rainforest to Butcher’s Paper: site specific drawings. Dorrigo National Park, Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area. NSW Parks and Wildlife
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Public Commissions    

2013
Dűrer’s Rhinoceros: after Dali. site specific project (painted sculpture) at public art event exhibition trail throughout NSW 2014. Commissioned by Taronga Conservation Society Australia (Taronga Zoo) and produced by Wild in Art. sculptor Chris Wilkinson. curator Melissa Bergin
2002
MuLuru. site specific project (painted sculpture) at Chifley Plaza Exhibition Space Sydney. Commissioned and produced by Mooving Art Sydney and CowParade international public art. sculptor Pascal Knapp
1986
The Transcontinental Dream. site specific project (10 panels) at the Fannie Bay Gaol Museum. Commissioned and produced by Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory. Darwin, NT. curator Peter Coulter
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Group Exhibitions (selected)    

2014
Taronga Wild! Rhinos. Public art event touring to: sculpture-trail through public spaces in NSW. Taronga Conservation Society Australia (Taronga Zoo). curator Melissa Bergin. (in process)
2013
Kedumba Drawing Award. Invitational. Wild Valley Art Park. Wentworth Falls, NSW. curator Marlene Plummer. (catalogue)
Look. National Travelling Invitational touring to: Maitland Regional Art Gallery. NSW; Mornington Peninsula Regional Art Gallery. Mornington, VIC. supported by Visions of Australia. curator Mike Shuttleworth. (catalogue online)
New New New. Invitational. [New] Charles Hewitt Gallery. Sydney. curator Larry Macdonald
Hula Dreams Triennial IV. Gallery East. Sydney. curator Carol Ruff
2012
Paddington Art Prize for Landscape Painting. Mary Place Gallery. Sydney
Black Swan Prize for Portraiture. Linton and Kay Art Gallery. Perth, WA. (catalogue online)
Portia Geach Memorial Award Travelling touring to: Tweed River Art Gallery. Murwillumbah, NSW. (catalogue)
The King’s School Art Prize. Invitational. The King’s School. Sydney. (catalogue)
Marie Ellis OAM Prize for Drawing. Jugglers Art Space Gallery. Brisbane, QLD. curator Samuel Eyles
Look. National Travelling Invitational touring to: State Library of Queensland. Brisbane; Canberra Museum and Gallery. ACT; Hazlehurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre. Gymea, NSW; Tweed River Art Gallery. Murwillumbah, NSW. supported by Visions of Australia. curator Mike Shuttleworth. (catalogue online)
Kitchen Garden Shed. Invitational. Gallery East. Sydney. curator carol Ruff
Landscape Paintings. Invitational. Charles Hewitt Gallery. Sydney. curator Larry Macdonald
2011
Portia Geach Memorial Award. The National Trust SH Ervin Gallery. Sydney. (catalogue)
John Glover Prize for Landscape Painting. Falls Park, Tasmania. (catalogue)
49th Festival of Fisher’s Ghost Art Award. Campbelltown Arts Centre. NSW
Look. National Travelling Invitational touring to: State Library Victoria Keith Murdoch Gallery. Melbourne VIC; State Library of Queensland. Brisbane. supported by Visions of Australia. curator Mike Shuttleworth. (catalogue online)
Waverley Art Prize. Waverley Library Exhibition Space; Waverley Woollahra School of Arts. Sydney
Think Big: big paintings. Charles Hewitt Gallery. Sydney. curator Larry Macdonald
888/52. Charles Hewitt Gallery. Sydney. curator Larry Macdonald
Something Personal II: project Australia. Charles Hewitt Gallery. Sydney. curator Larry Macdonald
Small Works Prize. BSG Brunswick Street Gallery. Melbourne, VIC
2010
Green. Brenda May Gallery at Danks Street Galleries. Sydney. curator Brenda May
Look. National Travelling Invitational touring to: Keith Murdoch Gallery State Library Victoria. Melbourne. supported by Visions of Australia. curator Mike Shuttleworth. curator Mike Shuttleworth. (catalogue online)
Hula Dreams Triennial III. Gallery East. Sydney. curator Carol Ruff
Think Big: big paintings. Charles Hewitt Gallery. Sydney. curator Larry Macdonald
2009
Invitational. Storyopolis Gallery. Los Angeles, California, USA. curator Matthew Abramowitz
Invitational. Fourth Wall Gallery. Dallas, Texas, USA. curator Matthew Abramowitz
BolognaFiera di Libri per Ragazzi International. (portfolio). Bologna Fair Centre Piazza Costituzione. Italy
Food Water Shelter Art. Sydney College of the Arts Gallery
2008
Doug Moran National Portrait Prize Travelling: touring to Hervey Bay Regional Art Gallery. QLD. (catalogue)
Gallipoli Art Prize. Gallipoli Memorial Club. Sydney. (catalogue)
Invitational. Storyopolis Gallery. Los Angeles, California, USA. curator Matthew Abramowitz
Wild Wonders Travelling touring to: CBCA9 National Conference. Melbourne Convention Centre; Gasworks Arts Park Books Illustrated Gallery. Melbourne, VIC
2007
Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize. South Australian Museum. Adelaide, SA. (catalogue)
Doug Moran National Portrait Prize Travelling touring to: Royal South Australian Society Arts Gallery. Adelaide, SA; Geraldtown Regional Art Gallery. WA. (catalogue)
Doug Moran National Portrait Prize. Mitchell Galleries. State Library New South Wales. Sydney. (catalogue)
Birds: for every bird. MARS Melbourne Art Rooms Gallery. Port Melbourne, VIC. curator Andy Dinan
White Ravens Award: BolognaFiera di Libri per Ragazzi. Bologna, Italy; Internationale Jugendbibliothek. München, Germany
Ekphrasis: the circle of visual art, poetry and music. Online Exhibition. curator Robert Kennedy. (catalogue)
2006
Archibald Prize Salon des Refusés. The National Trust SH Ervin Gallery. Sydney
Portia Geach Memorial Award. The National Trust SH Ervin Gallery. Sydney. (catalogue)
John Glover Prize for Landscape Painting. Falls Park, Tasmania. (catalogue)
BolognaFiera di Libri per Ragazzi International. (portfolio). Bologna Fair Centre Piazza Costituzione. Italy
Frankfurter Buchmesse International. (portfolio). Frankfurt, Germany
Dromkeen Collection Art Gallery and Museum Travelling touring to: Darling Harbour Convention Centre. Sydney
CBCA and ASO Artist’s Studio. Darling Harbour Convention Centre. Sydney
Discovery touring to: Central Plaza One Exhibition Space; Moving Canvas Gallery. Brisbane, QLD
2006-2005
World Year of Physics Art Prize. Macquarie University Art Gallery. Sydney. (catalogue)
YouDraw Project portfolio. Online
2005
BolognaFiera di Libri per Ragazzi International. (portfolio). Bologna Fair Centre Piazza Costituzione. Italy
Frankfurter Buchmesse International.(portfolio). Frankfurt, Germany
Storytelling Cape II. Dromkeen Collection Art Gallery and Museum. Melbourne, VIC
2004
Kedumba Drawing Award. Kedumba Gallery. Wentworth Falls, NSW
Norvill Art Prize for Australian Landscape Painting. Murrurundi Arts Council. Murrurundi, NSW
Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize. South Australian Museum. Adelaide, SA. (catalogue)
Ninth Contemporary Art Fair. (Michael Nagy Fine Art Gallery). Exhibition buildings. Melbourne, VIC
BolognaFiera di Libri per Ragazzi International. (portfolio). Bologna Fair Centre Piazza Costituzione. Bologna, Italy
FOH Art Auction for Nauru Refugees: flotilla of hope for world refugee day. Gallery 179. Sydney
2003
Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize. South Australian Museum. Adelaide, SA. (catalogue)
BolognaFiera DOCET International. Bologna Fair Centre Piazza Costituzione. Bologna, Italy
Australian Artists Invitational. Barossa Regional Gallery. Tanunda, SA
2002
Kedumba Drawing Award. Kedumba Gallery. Wentworth Falls, NSW
Cover to Cover Travelling touring to: George Hannah Memorial Museum. Sydney; National Convention Centre. Canberra, ACT
2001
Cover to Cover Travelling touring to: NSW Schoolhouse Museum Public Education. Sydney
Postcards to New York. MACY Gallery. New York, USA. curator Kendal Kennedy
2000
Seventh Contemporary Art Fair. (Michael Nagy Fine Art Gallery). Exhibition buildings. Melbourne, VIC
Fleurieu Biennale International Art Prize for Landscape Painting. Hardy’s Wine Barrel Room. Adelaide, SA
The Artist May Not Be An Artist Inviational. ANU School of Music. Australian National University. ACT
1999
Cover to Cover Travelling touring to: Lovett Gallery. Newcastle Regional Art Gallery and Museum. NSW
1998
The Sir John Sulman Prize. Art Gallery of New South Wales. Sydney
Cover to Cover Travelling touring to: Seasons Gallery. Sydney
1997
Master of Visual Art and Design thesis exhibition. Wright College Hall. University New England. Armidale, NSW
1996
The Sir John Sulman Prize. Art Gallery of New South Wales. Sydney
1995
The National Women’s Art Exhibition. Australia
1994
Fourth Contemporary Art Fair. (Crawford Gallery). Exhibition buildings. Melbourne, VIC
Once Upon a Time. Lewer’s Bequest Museum Penrith Regional Art Gallery. Sydney
POD Birthday Ink Show: invitational. POD Theatre Gallery. Sydney
1993
On The Other Hand: invitational. The National Trust SH Ervin Gallery. Sydney. (catalogue)
The POD Appliance Show Invitational. POD Theatre Gallery. Sydney
1992
Blake Prize for Religious Art National Travelling touring to: St. Peters Cathedral. Adelaide, SA; Bathurst Regional Art Gallery. Bathurst, NSW; St. Paul’s Cathedral Rockhampton, QLD; The Bauhinia Arts Festival. Rockhampton, QLD
Works on Paper: invitational. POD Theatre Gallery. Sydney
Thanks for the Ink Invitational. POD Theatre Gallery. Sydney
POP Up: invitational. Toast Gallery. Sydney
POP Up: invitational. AD Gallery. Sydney
1991
Blake Prize for Religious Art Finalists. Blaxland Galleries. Sydney
Art for Children. Australian Museum of Childhood Juniper Hall. Sydney
Thanks for the Ink: invitational. POD Theatre Gallery. Sydney
Get Toasted. Toast Gallery. Sydney.
1990
The Yellow House: guest artist The Stone Room. Art Gallery of New South Wales. Sydney
POD: invitational. POD Theatre Gallery. Sydney
Art for Children. NSW Writer’s Centre. Sydney
The Spring Exhibition: invitational. Palm Beach Gallery. Sydney
Eaglehawk Gallery. Sydney
1989
Four Contemporary Artists. Cooper Street Gallery. Sydney
Prouds Art Gallery. Sydney
Eaglehawk Gallery. Sydney
1988
Four Contemporary Artists. Cooper Street Gallery. Sydney
Casey Gallery. Sydney
1986
Graphic Art. Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory. Darwin
Graphic Art. Fannie Bay Gaol Museum. Darwin, NT
Graphic Art. Brown’s Mart Theatre. Darwin, NT
Graphic Art. Darwin Performing Arts Centre. NT
Northern Territory Youth Arts Festival: artistic director. Marrara International Stadium. Darwin, NT
1985
Graphic Art. The Royal National Theatre. London, UK
Graphic Art. Covent Garden theatres. London, UK
Northern Territory Youth Arts Festival: artistic director. Marrara International Stadium. Darwin, NT
1984
Graphic Art. Charles Darwin University (DCC). NT
Graphic Art. Brown’s Mart Theatre. Darwin, NT
1983
Installation. The Performing Arts Theatre, Charles Darwin University (DCC). NT
Graphic Art. Charles Darwin University (DCC). NT
Graphic Art. Brown’s Mart Theatre. Darwin, NT
1982
Graphic Art. Bowali #1 exhibition space. Kakadu National Park, NT
Graphic Art. Charles Darwin University (DCC). NT
Graphic Art. Brown’s Mart Theatre. Darwin, NT
1981
The Elgin Gallery. Melbourne, VIC
1980
Gallery Artist’s with Pro Hart. Jan Neil Gallery. Bendigo, NSW
Jan Neil Gallery. Bendigo, NSW.
1978
Stairs Gallery. Wollongong, NSW
Little Pig Alley Gallery. Wollongong, NSW
1977
National Art School exhibition. Stairs Gallery Wollongong, NSW
Down Town Gallery. Wollongong, NSW
Little Pig Alley Gallery. Wollongong, NSW.
1976
National Art School exhibition. Stairs Gallery Wollongong, NSW
1975
Bear Drawings. Feltonfleet Preparatory School. Surry, UK
Labasheeda Artists Studio. Ireland
Ennis Agricultural Fair Show. Ireland
1971
National Art School exhibition. National Art School Wollongong Technical College. NSW
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National and International Art Prizes    

2013
Kedumba Drawing Award. Invitational. Finalist
2012
Paddington Art Prize for Landscape Painting. National Finalist
Black Swan Prize for Portraiture. Finalist
Portia Geach Memorial Award Touring. Selected
The King’s School Art Prize. Invitational. Finalist
Marie Ellis OAM Prize for Drawing. Finalist
2011
Portia Geach Memorial Award. Finalist
John Glover Prize for Landscape Painting of Tasmania. (International). Finalist
49th Festival of Fisher’s Ghost Art Award. Finalist
Waverley Art Prize. Finalist
Brunswick Street Gallery Small Works Prize. Finalist
2008
Gallipoli Art Prize. Finalist
Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize Travelling. (International). Selected
2007
Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize. (International). Finalist
Doug Moran National Portrait Prize. Finalist
2006
Archibald Prize Salon des Refusés. Selected
Portia Geach Memorial Award. Finalist
John Glover Prize for Landscape Painting of Tasmania. (International). Finalist
2005
World Year of Physics Art Prize. Finalist
2004
Kedumba Drawing Award. Finalist
Norvill Art Prize for Landscape Painting. Finalist
Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize. (International). Finalist
2003
Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize. (International). Finalist
2002
Kedumba Drawing Award. Finalist
2000
Fleurieu Biennale Art Prize for Australian Landscape Painting. (International). Finalist
1998
The Sir John Sulman Prize. Finalist
1996
The Sir John Sulman Prize. Finalist
1992
Blake Prize for Religious Art National Travelling. (International) Selected
1991
Blake Prize for Religious Art. (International). Winner Judges Commendation Award
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Awards, Residencies and Commissions    

2013
Commissioned Artist. Taronga Conservation Society Australia (Taronga Zoo). The Taronga Foundation. Sydney
Taronga Zoo In-kind Support for artist visits. The Taronga Foundation. Sydney
Acquisition: collaborative. The Dromkeen Collection. State Library of Victoria. Melbourne
Commission: painting commissioned by The Earth Charter Foundation of Daily Planet Media Group Ltd. Thailand
2012
Grant: investing in experience skills recognition and training. Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education. Australian Government
2010 – 2009
Honorary Associate and Artist in Residence. The Macleay Museum of Natural History. Sydney University
2010
Acquisition: aggregated collection of artwork and drawings 1990-2010. Mitchell Library collection. State Library of New South Wales
2009
Acquisition: aggregated collection of artwork and drawings 1990-2008. Mitchell Library collection. State Library of New South Wales
Artist in Residence. The Children’s Bookshop. Sydney
2008
Artist in Residence. Adjungbilly Arts Camp. via Gundagai, NSW
2006
Artist in Residence. The Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney
Invited Artist: the making of creative artists research project. College of Fine Arts, University of NSW. Sydney
Residential Fellowship. The Canberra Studio. May Gibbs Children’s Literature Trust. Australia
Fellow. May Gibbs Children’s Literature Trust. Australia
Living Allowance Grant. May Gibbs Children’s Literature Trust and Literature Board Australia Council
Residency. Follow the Red Reading Road GREAT Day. Gilgandra Public School. NSW
2005
Visiting Artist. School of Science Anatomy Museum. University of New South Wales. Sydney
2003-2000
Australian Research Council (ARC) Grant. Australian Postgraduate Award Scholarship: painting: research and studio practice. University Western Sydney
Commissions: props and artworks. Props Department, The Sydney Theatre Company
1999-1998
Inaugural Winner: Painting Patronage Grant to an Individual Australian for the Pursuit Of Excellence. General Motors Holden Australia
1996
The Marketing Grant. National Association Visual Arts via the NSW Ministry for the Arts
1995
Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Australia and UK
1994
The Marketing Grant. National Association Visual Arts via the NSW Ministry for the Arts
1992
Artist in Residence. Dorrigo National Park, Gondwana Rainforests of Australia World Heritage Area. NSW Parks and Wildlife
1988-1987
Scholarship: production design. Australian Film, Television and Radio School, Sydney and Commonwealth Department of Communication and the Arts. Australia
1986
Commission: The Transcontinental Dream. (10 panels). Fannie Bay Gaol Museum. Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory. Darwin
Commissions: installations. Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory. Darwin, NT
Commissions. serigraph theatre posters. Darwin Theatre Company. Brown’s Mart Theatre. Darwin, NT
1985-1984
Commissions. serigraph theatre posters. Commissioned and produced by Richard Bird Studios for: The Royal National Theatre; Covent Garden Theatres. London, UK
Artist in Residence. Centre for Australian Aboriginal Languages and Linguistics. Darwin Institute Technology. Batchelor, NT
Commissions: installations. Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory. Darwin, NT
Commission: serigraph film poster. Aboriginal Film Festival. Darwin, NT
Commissions: serigraph theatre posters. DIT Performing Arts Theatre. Charles Darwin University (DIT). NT
Commissions: serigraph posters. Charles Darwin University (DIT). NT
Commission: serigraph poster. Darwin Performing Arts Centre and Exhibition Gallery. NT
Commission: serigraph poster. Myilly Mardi Gras Bougainvillea Arts Festival. Darwin, NT
1983
Commission: foyer installation. Commissioned and produced by The Performing Arts Theatre, Charles Darwin University (DCC). NT
1982
Commission: serigraph poster. Kakadu National Park. NT
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Awards for Commissioned Books (selected)    

2011
Aurealis Award for Speculative Fiction 2010 for children’s fiction told primarily through pictures. Shortlisted
Kirkus Star Award for books of remarkable merit. Kirkus Book Reviews. USA
Children’s Book Council of Australia Notable Book Award: picture book
Children’s Book Council of Australia Notable Book Award. early childhood
2009
Winner Queensland Premier’s Literary Award: Ann Ryan’s Award. Dept. of the Premier, QLD Government
Children’s Book Council of Australia Notable Book Award: picture book
2008
Children’s Book Council of Australia Honour Book Award: picture book. collaborative
Wilderness Society Environment Award for Children’s Literature: collaborative. Shortlisted
2007
New Work Grant. Developing Writer-Illustrator. Literature Board of the Australia Council
White Ravens Award for outstanding international books for children. Internationale Jugend bibliothek. München, Germany. Selected
Queensland Premier’s Literary Award: Dymocks Literacy Foundation Award. Dept. of the Premier QLD Government. Shortlisted
2005
Children’s Book Council of Australia Crichton Award for Illustration. Shortlisted
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International Public Collections (cross disciplinary)    

Royal National Theatre Archival Collection. London, UK
British Theatre Library Collection. London, UK
Internationale Jugendbibliothek. Schloss Blutenburg. München, Germany
Hungarian Television MTV Enterprises. Hungary
Canal Plus Television Collection. Paris, France
BBCTV British Broadcasting Corporation Collection. London, UK
Feltonfleet Preparatory School Collection. Surry, UK
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Australian Public Collections (cross disciplinary)    

NEW SOUTH WALES
State Library of New South Wales Collection. Sydney
Art Gallery New South Wales Research Library. Sydney
State Library of NSW. Mitchell Library Collection. Sydney
NSW Department Education and Training Archives. Sydney
Jerzy Toeplitz Library Collection. Australian Film, Television and Radio School. Sydney
VICTORIA
State Library of Victoria Collection. Melbourne
Monash University Library Collection. Melbourne
Dromkeen Collection Art Gallery and Museum. Melbourne
Australian Film Institute. Melbourne
Cinemedia Access Collection. Cinemedia Library. Melbourne
AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY
The National Library Collection. Canberra
National Film and Video Lending Collection. National Library. Canberra
National Archives of Australia. Record Series in Custody Collection. Canberra
Lu Rees Archives. Canberra University
QUEENSLAND
State Library Queensland Collection. Brisbane
Education Queensland Open Access Film and Video Library Collection. Brisbane
NORTHERN TERRITORY
Northern Australian Collection. Northern Territory Library. Darwin
Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory Archival Collection. Darwin
Darwin Theatre Company Archives
Darwin Performing Arts Centre Archives
Charles Darwin University Library Special Collections
Northern Territory Heritage Department Archival Collection. Darwin
Northern Territory Government Department Arts and Cultural Affairs Archival Collection. Darwin
Northern Territory Department of Arts and Museums Cultural Development Division Collection. Darwin
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Corporate and Private Collections    

Royal Thai Consulate General. Bangkok, Thailand and Mumbai, India
The Plain English Foundation. Sydney
Australia wide; England; Thailand; Ireland; New Zealand; India
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Publications and Catalogues (selected)    

2013
Kedumba Drawing Award. Wentworth Falls, NSW. Jeffrey Plummer (ed.). (catalogue)
2012
Portia Geach Memorial Award Touring Exhibition. National Trust SH Ervin Gallery Sydney. (catalogue)
The King’s School 33rd Art Show and Spring Festival 2012. The King’s School. Sydney. pp. 13-14 (catalogue)
2011
John Glover Prize for Landscape Painting. John Glover Society. Evandale, Tasmania. (catalogue)
49th Festival of Fisher’s Ghost Art Award. Campbelltown Arts Centre. NSW. (catalogue)
Portia Geach Memorial Award. National Trust SH Ervin Gallery. Sydney. (catalogue)
2008
Gallipoli Art Prize Exhibition Gallipoli Memorial Club. Sydney. (catalogue)
2007
Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize. South Australian Museum. Adelaide. SA. (catalogue)
Doug Moran National Portrait Prize. Moran Arts Foundation and State Library NSW. Sydney. (catalogue)
Ekphrasis: the circle of visual art, poetry and music. Robert Kennedy (ed.). DiversePoets. Sydney. (catalogue)
2006
Portia Geach Memorial Award. National Trust SH Ervin Gallery. Sydney. (catalogue)
John Glover Prize for Landscape Painting. The John Glover Society. Evandale, Tasmania. (catalogue)
2005
World Year of Physics Art Prize. Macquarie University Art Gallery. Sydney. (catalogue)
2004
Greg Weight. Australian Artists Portraits by Greg Weight. Chapter and Verse. Sydney
Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize. South Australian Museum. Adelaide. SA. (catalogue)
2003
Waterhouse Natural History Art Prize. South Australian Museum. Adelaide. SA. (catalogue)
1999
Joan Kerr and Jo Holder. Past Present: National Women’s Art Anthology. Craftsman House Press. Sydney
1998
Neville Drury. The Blue Box of Memories: Gaye Chapman. Images 3: Contemporary Australian Painting. Craftsman House Press. Sydney
Margrete Lamond. Cover to Cover. NSW Dept. Education and Training. Sydney. (catalogue)
1995
Gay Hendriksen. The Blue Box. Crawford Gallery. Sydney. (catalogue)
1995
D.W. Thorpe. Who’s Who of Australian Visual Artists. Thorpe Bibliographic Services. Melbourne
1993
On The Other Hand. National Trust SH Ervin Gallery. Sydney. (catalogue)
1991
Max Germaine and Ann von Bertouch. A Dictionary of Women Artists of Australia. Craftsman House Press. Sydney
D.W. Thorpe. Who’s Who of Australian Visual Artists. Thorpe Bibliographic Services. Melbourne
1983
Veronica Babington Smith. International Directory of Exhibiting Artists. ABC CLIO. Santa Barbara, USA
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Bibliography (selected)    

2013
Mike Shuttleworth. Look! National Travelling Exhibition. State Library of Victoria Online (catalogue online)
Cooper Gallery File. Australian Gallery File, Artists Australian Exhibitions. National Library of Australia Online
2012
Stephen Bevis. Picture of a City’s Rich Heritage. The West Australian. 4 August
Stephen Bevis. Young Take Flight In Art Prize. The West Australian. 21 September
Simon Power. Gaye Chapman: Bloodshot Nocturne. Portia Geach Memorial Award 2011 Education Kit. National Trust SH Ervin Gallery. Sydney. pp. 20
Patricia Anderson (ed.). Views and Visions. Display, Art News, Australian Art Review Online
Tina Wilson. Black Swan Prize for Portraiture. 03 October (ephemera)
Richard Offen. 2012 Black Swan Art Prize Exhibition. Heritage Perth Online. 26 September
Black Swan Prize 2012. What’s on. My247 Perth Online
Paddington Art Prize: 46 Finalists Selected. Paddington Art Prize Online
Paddington Art Prize: finalists announced. Art Almanac Online. 15 November
Gaye Chapman. Artist’s Statement. Paddington Art Prize 2012 Finalists. Paddington Art Prize Online
Marie Ellis OAM Prize for Drawing. Jugglers Art Space Gallery. Brisbane. Online and Ephemera
The King’s School Art Prize 2012. The King’s School Online. August
The King’s School Art Prize 2012. Mick The Gallery Online. 25 August
Mary Ellis OAM Prize for Drawing 2012. Artists, BNE Art: Brisbane’s Contemporary Visual Art Online. 03 August
The Art of Seeing: Look!. Exhibition News. Tweed River Regional Gallery. Volume 21, No. 4 August
Kimberley Hirst. Gaye Chapman. Members’ News, NAVA News eBulletin. August
Kimberley Hirst. Marie Ellis OAM Prize for Drawing: Gaye Chapman. NAVA Facebook. 02 August
Kimberley Hirst. Gaye Chapman: King’s School Art Prize 2012. NAVA eNews. September
Landscape Paintings. Charles Hewitt Gallery. Sydney (ephemera)
Larry Macdonald. Views and Visions: landscape paintings by gallery artists. Charles Hewitt Gallery Online
Black Women. Norfilm Northern Territory 1983. State Library of New South Wales Collection Online
Rabbit on the Moon. AFTRS 40th. Screen Arts and Business Journal. Issue 10. pp. 247, 248, 249
2011
John McDonald. Women’s Work: Portia Geach Memorial Award. Arts, The Age and Online. 29 October
John McDonald. Women’s Work: Portia Geach Memorial Award. Arts, Sydney Morning Herald and Online. 29 October
Simone Whetton. Portia Geach Memorial Award. What’s on, Art, ABC702 Radio Sydney. 23 September
Symbolic Imagery: Gaye Chapman Bloodshot Nocturne. Portia Geach Memorial Award 2011 Education Kit. National Trust SH Ervin Gallery. Sydney. p.19
Waverley Art Prize 2011. Waverley Woollahra School of Arts. Sydney (ephemera)
Gaye Chapman Artist Talk: Portia Geach Memorial Award. Sydney Talks Online. 25 September
Small Works Prize. BSG Brunswick Street Gallery. Melbourne. (ephemera)
Think Big–Big Paintings. Charles Hewitt Gallery. Sydney (ephemera)
Something Personal II Project Australia. Charles Hewitt Gallery. Sydney (ephemera)
Gaye Chapman. Jacko: 40 Days Of Poetry, Stacks Poets. The Red Room Company Online
Kimberley Hirst. Gaye Chapman Finalist in the Portia Geach Memorial Award 2011. NAVA eNews. 06 October
Mike Banks. Who we are. Moving Canvas Gallery Brisbane Online
Larry Macdonald. 888/52 Charles Hewitt Gallery. Sydney (ephemera)
Michael Nagy. Gaye Chapman: Glitter: sentimental pretty ugly exhibition 2006 (ephemera)
2010
Louise Anemaat. Gaye Chapman: aggregated collection of artwork and drawings 1990-2010. State Library of New South Wales Online
Brenda May (ed.).Green. Brenda May Gallery, Danks Street Galleries. Sydney (catalogue online)
Gaye Chapman: Kaito’s Cloth. Storyopolis Gallery. Los Angeles, California, USA (catalogue online)
Invitational Exhibition. Fourth Wall Gallery. Dallas, Texas, USA (ephemera)
BolognaFiera di Libri per Ragazzi International Exhibition Bologna Fair. Bologna, Italy (ephemera)
Carol Ruff. Hula Dreams III Triennial Exhibition. Gallery East. Sydney (ephemera)
Hula Dreams: where art meets music. Street Corner News Online. 02 November
Hula Dreams Triennial. Ukulelian Online. 02 November
Jebby Phillips. Smart with Art. Country Home Ideas Magazine and Online. Vol 10, No. 08, May
Audrey Raj. Premier’s award winner urges authors to enter. The Courier Mail Brisbane. 23 July
Think Big–Big Paintings. Charles Hewitt Gallery. Sydney (ephemera)
Food Water Shelter Art. Sydney College of the Arts Gallery. Sydney (ephemera)
2009
Louise Anemaat. New Acquisition: School Days. State Library of New South Wales SL Magazine. Library Council of New South Wales. August. pp. 2, 28
Louise Anemaat. Gaye Chapman: aggregated collection of artwork and drawings 1991–2008. State Library of New South Wales Online
Tracy Finlay. Children’s Writer’s Festival. Class Action, News, Hornsby Advocate. 03 September
David Hornsby. Art-full Pedagogies: Springboards into Literacy. National Museum of Australia Online. February
Gaye Chapman: My Favourite ABC Kids Show. Roller-Coaster: 50 Years of ABC Kids TV. ABCTV Online
The 4th Wall Gallery. PR Newswire Online. Dallas USA. 29 October
Leith Omalley. The 4th Wall Gallery. Artabase Online
2008
Krista Bell, Gaye Chapman. Mornings with Chris Coleman. Book Review. ABC Riverina Radio. 08 September
Adjungbilly Arts Camp. School Performance 2008, Arts, Visual Arts. 2008 Annual School Report Wee Jasper Public School. New South Wales Department of Education & Training. Sydney
Wild Wonders Travelling. Books Illustrated Gallery. Melbourne, Victoria (catalogue online)
Gaye Chapman: Kaito’s Cloth. Storyopolis USA. Storyopolis Gallery Online
Bower Bird Self (and other drawings). YouDraw Online Project 2004-2008
School Performance 2008. Arts, Visual Arts, Wee Jasper Public School Annual School Report. New South Wales Department of Education & Training. Sydney. pp. 5-6
2007
Vanessa Bond, David Reid. Finalists Chosen for Australia’s Richest Portrait Prize: The Doug Moran National Portrait Prize Media Diary Alert. Moran Prizes and State Library of New South Wales. 15 February
Annemarie Lopez. Gaye Chapman: Secret Garden. Sydney Morning Herald Magazine. Issue 46 February
Mark Sariban. Age-Old Obsession. Vogue Australia. March
For Every Bird. (MARS) Melbourne Art Rooms. Victoria (ephemera)
Mary C. Wilson. Botanomancy. The Bunya Archives. Buya Tracker Online. USA. January
Gaye Chapman by Greg Weight. National Portrait Gallery. Canberra, ACT
Robert Kennedy. Doug Moran National Portrait Prize. Art Interview Magazine Online. 05 April
Artists in Residence: Gaye Chapman. Summer Calendar. Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney. 06 December-07 February
Gordon Monro. Generative Art: computers or not? Introduction, Master of Music (Composition). Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney. pp 06. (thesis)
Gaye Chapman, Botanomancy: the secret garden Artist in Residence 2006. Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney (ephemera)
Tony Martin. Botanomancy: the secret garden. What’s On, Botanic Gardens Trust Online. 15 January
The Secret Garden. Sydney’s Child Magazine and Online. Issue December 2006/January 2007
Sheryl Persson. Decompose: in response to Gaye Chapman’s ‘Decompose’. Ekphrasis Exhibition: the circle of visual art, poetry and music. Catalogue and Online. 07 February
Margaret Bradstock. The Butterfly Effect (after Decompose by Gaye Chapman). Ekphrasis Exhibition: the circle of visual art, poetry and music. Catalogue and Online. 07 February
Margaret Bradstock. The Butterfly Effect (after Decompose by Gaye Chapman). Mascara Poetry Inc. Mascara Literary Review Online. 07 April
Margaret Bradstock. Chinoiserie (after Glitter: III, Gaye Chapman 2006). Ekphrasis Exhibition: the circle of visual art, poetry and music. Catalogue and Online. 07 February
Margaret Bradstock. Deviance (after Glitter: II, Gaye Chapman 2006). Ekphrasis Exhibition: the circle of visual art, poetry and music. Catalogue and Ekphrasis-exhibition online. Feb 07, 2007
Robert Kennedy. Passengers: after all this useless beauty III by Gaye Chapman. Ekphrasis Exhibition: the circle of visual art, poetry and music. Catalogue and Online. 07 February
Carolyne Bruyn. Argonaut: A response to All this Useless Beauty II by Gaye Chapman. Ekphrasis Exhibition: the circle of visual art, poetry and music. Catalogue and Online. 07 February
Paula McKay. Synesthesia: Gaye Chapman: All this useless Beauty I. Ekphrasis Exhibition: the circle of visual art, poetry and music. Catalogue and Online. 07 February
Robert Kennedy (ed.). Ekphrasis Ekphrasis: the circle of visual art, poetry and music. 3 artists + 5 Diverse Poets. Catalogue and Online. 07 February
2006
John McDonald. It’s Like a Sausage Factory: Salon des Refuses and Doug Moran National Portrait Prize. Spectrum, Sydney Morning Herald. 1-2 April
Deborah Cooke. Glitter: Gaye Chapman’s sumptuous paintings. Good Weekend Magazine, Sydney Morning Herald. 02 September
Katrina Lobley. Gaye Chapman. Domain, Sydney Morning Herald. 17 August
Tracey Clement. World Year of Physics Art Prize. Arts, Art Reviews, Sydney Morning Herald. 12 January
Tony Martin. Gaye Chapman: Artist in Residence. Botanic Gardens Trust Gardens Magazine. Winter, No. 69, June-August
Portia Geach 2006. Spectrum display, The Sydney Morning Herald. 30 September-1 October. pp. 25
Glitter: new works by Gaye Chapman. Display. Art Almanac and Art Almanac Online. August
Tony Martin. 2006 Artist in Residence. What’s New, Botanic Gardens Trust Online. 05 January
Tony Martin. Artist in Residence for 2006. Botanic Gardens Trust BGT News. 22 March. pp.4
Shiree Coady. Great Day. The Gilgandra Weekly. 05 September. pp. 1,7,12
Shiree Coady. Gaye Chapman: Gilgandra’s GREAT Day Guests. The Gilgandra Weekly. 27 August. pp. 3
Michael Nagy: Gaye Chapman: Glitter. Display, Spectrum, Sydney Morning Herald. August-September
Brad Buchel. Salon des Refuses: Artists Selected from Archibald Prize Entries. Art Interview Online
Former Mendooran Painter in Archibald Prize Salon des Refuses. Coonabarabran Times. 30 March. pp. 2
Kaye Keck. Unveiling of New Dromkeen Storytelling Cape. Dromkeen News. Dromkeen Museum Online
2005
Michelle Fracaro. 101 photographic portraits. Portrait 14 Magazine of Australian & International Portraiture. National Gallery of Australia Online. December 2004-February 2005
Gaye Chapman. Sunday Life. The Sun Herald. 29 May. pp. 10
World Year of Physics Art Prize. Exhibitions, Art Gallery, Museums & Collections, Maquarie University Gallery Online
Irena Conomos. World Year of Physics Art Priz. Museum Studies Macquarie Online (Flickr)
Crichton Award Shortlist: Gaye Chapman. Children’s Book Council of Australia Online
Crichton Award 2005 Children’s Book Council of Australia Awards Shortlist. Boomerang Books Online
Book Award Shortlists. The Courier Mail. Brisbane. 30 April
Crichton Award Shortlist. Australian Bookseller & Publisher Magazine. May
Gaye Chapman. Scholastic Australia Online
Kirsten Galliot (ed.). Making Choices. Letters. Sunday Life Magazine, The Sun-Herald. 29 May
2004
Lenny Ann Low. Katrina Lobley (ed.) Decompose. Metropolitan, Sydney Morning Herald. 31 May. pp. 10
Lenny Anne Low. The Week’s Best Exhibitions. Sydney Morning Herald. June-1 July
Alex Williams (ed). Gaye Chapman: Decompose. Exhibitions, Daily Telegraph. 22 July
Janice McCullough. Manly Art Gallery & Museum: Decompose. Art Almanac. July
Greg Weight. Gaye Chapman. National Portrait Gallery Online (photograph)
Peter Macdonald. Artist Focuses on Environment. The Manly Daily. 26 July
Katherine Roberts. Gaye Chapman Decompose Exhibition. Arts Connect News Online. 20 July
Courtney Kidd. Gaye Chapman: Decompose. Art Monthly Australia Online. 14 July
Janice McCullough (ed.). Manly Art Gallery & Museum: Decompose. Art Almanac and Online. July
Manly Art Gallery & Museum: Decompose. Peninsula Living Magazine. July
Decompose Exhibition Opening. The Manly Daily. 02 July
Therese Kenyon. Gaye Chapman: Decompose. Gaye Chapman. Decompose. Arts Connect Online
Therese Kenyon. Gaye Chapman: Decompose. Manly Regional Art Gallery and Museum Online and Ephemera. 18 June-25 July
Gaye Chapman. Decompose: Decay + Weeds. University of Western Sydney (thesis)
2003
Lenny Ann Low. Delicate Decay. Sydney Morning Herald. 07-08 June
Lenny Ann Low. Top Five Exhibitions: Decompose. Sydney Morning Herald. 31 May-1 June
Veronica Apap. Artist Breaks the Mould. Glebe & Inner Western Courier. 28 May
Delve into the delights of decay at the Royal Botanic Gardens. Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney Online. 17 January
Lenny Ann Low, Katrina Lobley. Metropolitan, Sydney Morning Herald. 31 May. pp. 10
2001
Daphne Guinness. Tatting, Tattered or Just Plain Tatty. Sydney Morning Herald. 23 May
T. Davis and N. Leys. Let the Rot Set In. Sydney Morning Herald. 23 May
Rose Capp. Rabbit on the Moon (1987 Australia). Senses of Cinema Online. 10 April
Rose Capp. Rabbit on the Moon (1987 Australia). Cinenova Online. 10 April
1998
Margrete Lamond. Cover to Cover. The Mosman Daily. 12 March
Frances Rouse. Michael Sharkey and Winifred Belmont (eds.). An Artist at the Turner Exhibition (for Gaye). Ulitarra No.14. Uliterra Literary Association. Armidale
Ian Henderson. Creative Postgraduate Work. University of New England News. March
Second Time Around Puts Local Artist in Major League. The Gilgandra Weekly. 07 April
Mendooran Artist in Major League. The Coonabarabran Times. 26 March
1997
Wendy Fitzgibbon. Exhibition Comes to Life. Armidale Express. 07 November
Ian Henderson. UNE Artists Showcase Talents. The Armidale Independent. 06 November
Judith Ridge. Ink Under Their Fingernails: Gaye Chapman. The School Magazine. August
Gaye Chapman. The Dress: the Visual Art and Design Implications of the Analysis of a Single Object. University of New England. Armidale (thesis)
1996
Gay Hendriksen. Songs in Paint: Gaye Chapman. OZ Arts. Issue 13, Autumn. pp. 21-23
Kellie Penfold. The Blue Box of Memories. The Land Newspaper. 23 May
Kellie Braelly. Artist’s Excellence Recognised. Dubbo Daily Liberal. 14 March
1995
Felicity Fenner. Ambivalence leads to a Sense of Timelessness. Sydney Morning Herald. 26 May
Dinah Dysart. The Blue Box. Exhibition Commentary, Art and Australia Journal. March
Daphne Guiness. Art of Self Promotion. Arts, Sydney Morning Herald. 15 May
Margaret Meagher. Gaye Chapman and Her Art. State of the Art Journal. July-September
Margaret Meagher. The Blue Box. State of The Art Journal. March-June
Melissa Hoyer. Straight from the Art. The Sunday Telegraph. May
Jennifer Burns. The Inner Child: Gaye Chapman. Vogue Australia. May. pp. 86
Kate Mahon. A Trip Down Memory Lane. She Magazine. May
Gay Hendriksen. The Blue Box. Art Monthly Australia Journal. May
Gay Hendriksen. Gaye Chapman. Craft Arts International Journal. No. 33
Memory Lane. Wentworth Courier. 24 May
Artist Gets National Recognition. Coonabarabran Times. 15 June
Cyndi Tebbel. The Blue Box. New Woman Magazine. June
1994
Dinah Dysart. The Blue Box: Gaye Chapman. Art and Australia Journal. Summer
1993
Elwyn Lynn. Hits and Horrors of ‘92. The Australian. 1 January
Elwyn Lynn. Gaye Chapman: Blake Prize for Religious Art (ephemera)
Katherine Kizilos. Addicted to the Truth. The Age. 13 October
S. Pickette. Mendooran Artist a Hit. The Coonabarabran Times. 12 December
1992
Art in the Rainforest. The Don Dorrigo Gazette. 30 September
Forest Art. The Coffs Harbour Advocate. 30 September
Artist in Residence: Gaye Chapman. Tailnotes Magazine. Dorrigo Rainforest, New South Wales Parks and Wildlife. 05 October
1991
Dinah Dysart. Blake’s Still Burning Bright. Sydney Morning Herald. 14 December
Elwyn Lynn. More Things of Heaven and Earth. Arts & minds. The Weekend Australian. 14-15 December
S. Pickette. Mendooran Artist Commended. The Coonabarabran Times. 12 December
1990
Rabbit on the Moon. Screen Australia Online
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Travel    

2013 – 2000
Live and exhibit Sydney, NSW
Annual artist camps and field trips: Castlereagh River country; Moree; Lightning Ridge; Far and Central West NSW
2012
Artist camp. Mountain Lagoon Bilpin; Wollemi National Park. NSW
2010
Artist camps and field trips: Namoi River country; Pilliga; Burren Junction; Wee Waa; Far West NSW
1999
Artist camps and field trips: Gulaga National Park; Mystery Bay country; Far South Coast. NSW
1991
Travel: Bali and South East Asia
1990
Artist camps and field trips: Snowy Mountains; Australian Alps National Parks; Mount Buffalo National Park. VIC
1989
Travel: South East Asia; Bali; Singapore; Thailand; Thai-Burma border country
1986
Live and exhibit Darwin, NT
Artist camps and field trips: Alice Springs; Charleville; Channel Country; Darling Downs; Tennant Creek; The Olgas; Uluru; Mount Isa; MacDonnell Ranges; Simpson’s Gap; Simpson Desert.
Travel: Australia; Tasmania: Hobart; Blackman’s Bay; Truganini Reserve
1985
Live and exhibit London, UK
Travel: Russia; Austria;Morocco; North Africa; France; Java; Germany; Holland; Portugal; Singapore; Spain; Bali;
Malaysia; Sumatra; USA; Tahiti; New Zealand
Live and exhibit Darwin, NT
Field Trips: Broken Hill; Sturt Stony Desert
1984-1982
Live and exhibit Darwin, NT
Artist camps and field trips: Arnhem Land; Bathurst Island; Central Desert; Croker Island; English Company’s Islands; Elcho Island; Gove Peninsula; Gulf of Carpentaria; Goulburn Islands; Jabiru; Katherine; Kakadu; Maningrida; Melville Island; Nhulunbuy; Port Essington; Ramingining; Top End; Yirrkala
1975
Live and exhibit London; Surry; Ireland; UK
Travel: Wales; Ireland; Fiji; Mexico; Panama; UK; USA
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Professional Affiliations    

Fellow. The Royal Society of Arts. UK and Australia. 1995-disc
Fellow. May Gibbs Children’s Literature Trust. Australia
Professional Member. National Association Visual Arts (NAVA)
Member. International Association of Art (IAA)
Member. Centre for Archaeological Research. Australian National University (ANU)
Member. UTS TDS Trainer’s Network. University of Technology Sydney (UTS)
Registered. The Synapse Database: Art Science Collaborations Artists Register. Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT)
Registered Nurse: non-practicing. Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency
Alumni. School of Contemporary Art. University of Western Sydney (UWS)
Alumni. School of Visual Art and Design. University of New England (UNE)
Alumni. Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS)
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Represented    

2013-2010
Charles Hewitt Gallery. Sydney
2007-2000
Michael Nagy Fine Art Gallery. Sydney
1996-1994
Crawford Gallery. Sydney
1990-1989
Eaglehawk Gallery. Sydney

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