INTERNATIONAL WOMENS DAY – THIS WILD SONG EXHIBITION SINGAPORE
It was such a privilege and honour to be part of This Wild Song exhibition in Singapore for International Womens Day. This Wild Song is an incredible project by Ilona Nelson that aims to celebrate and promote Australian Female Artists. Merryn Trevethan curated this incredible exhibition at the Australian High Commission in Singapore. L-R Gosia Wlodarczak, Megan Evans, Kirsten Berg, Ilona Nelson, Erika Gofton, Merryn Trevethan
FINALIST WYNDHAM ART PRIZE
Excited to be a finalist in the 2018 Wyndham Art Prize with Now Past Oil on Linen 76 x 66cm
FINALIST – ALBANY ART PRIZE
Thrilled to be a finalist in the 2018 Albany Art Prize with the work Sincere Lie 76x56cm Oil on Linen
FINALIST – COLLIE PRIZE
Thrilled to be a finalist in the Inaugural Collie Prize with the work Sincere Lie 76x56cm Oil on Linen
LIMINAL – SOLO EXHIBITION
October 14th – 5th of November
Official opening October 14th 4.30 – 6.30pm
98 piper street, Kyneton 3444, Victoria, Australia
(+61) 03 5422 3215
Monday 10:30 / 5:00, Tuesday closed, Wednesday closed, Thursday 10:30 / 5:00, Friday 10:30 / 5:00, Saturday 10:00 / 6:00, Sunday 10:00 / 5:00
THE KENNEDY PRIZE
THIS WILD SONG
So thrilled to be part of the This Wild Song exhibition being show at The Art Room. The exhibition was part of the launch of the website and forum to support the project.
This Wild Song (TWS) is a series of portraits and interviews with Australian women visual artists who have a unique voice.
The theme of the portraits is for the artist to become a part of their work. The photographs also hold the intention of creating an honest and true depiction of who the artist is as a person. Every portrait has a specific concept created for the artist, and significance is placed on all elements within the photograph in relation to the artist and their practice.
TWS celebrates the strong female leaders in the arts community. Although the artists being featured are from varying backgrounds, use a diverse range of mediums, and at different stages of their arts career; they are unified by their unique voices and distinct style. The inclusion of so many artistic mediums in TWS offers a broad synopsis of contemporary Australian art.
FINALIST PAUL GUEST DRAWING PRIZE
Bendigo Art Gallery
Subcutaneous Charcoal on Paper 70x100cm
FINALIST IN THE ADELAIDE PERRY PRIZE FOR DRAWING
Exhibition at The Stockroom in Kyneton
Really excited to be exhibiting two pieces in this fabulous show at the Stockroom with all of these wonderful artists.
CATHERINE BELL . ERIKA GOFTON . KATE JUST . ILONA NELSON CLARE RAE . NINA ROSS . HANNA TAI . MEREDITH TURNBULL & ROMA TURNBULL-COULTER
FINALIST GRACE COSSINGTON SMITH AWARD
PEOPLES CHOICE AWARD and JUDGES COMMENDATION
Sunshine Coat Art Prize 2015
Sunshine Coast ART PRIZE 2015
I am really excited to be selected in the 2015 Sunshine Coast Art Prize with my work Liminal
I am thrilled to be part of the wonderful exhibition onefourfour curated by Ilona Nelson.
Point B Residency
Brooklyn New York
I was so fortunate to be able to spend over a month at the wonderful Point B Worklodge in Brooklyn New York, developing a new body of work and participating in the Drawing Marathon at The New York Studio School.
Winner of the $10,000 – 2012 Toyota Artist Travel Award
I am really excited to share the news that I have been awarded the 2012 Toyota Artist Travel Award.
This award will enable me to undertake a months residency at Point B Worklodge in New York City. Research and develop new works for exhibition in 2014. Visit Galleries in New York and London. Mentoring sessions with artist Alyssa Monks and participation in Drawing Marathon at The New York Studio School that will form the basis of future drawing workshops at The Substation in Hobson’s Bay in 2013.
Thank you Toyota!
45 Downstairs Gallery, Melbourne
4th of December – 21st of December
Gatakers Art Space
311 Kent Street, Maryborough, Queensland.
4th November – 1st December 2011.
Net Work: the TLF exhibition at the Art Gallery of Ballarat
December 2010 / January 2011
One forum. Thirty-eight artists. Over 100 pieces of art.
A museum exhibition with big impact.
St. Luke’s Artist Colourmen
Smith St Collingwood
Oil on Canvas
173 x 190cm
Selected in the 2010 Williamstown Contemporary Art Prize
40 x 40cm
Oil on Canvas with handstitching
Selected in the Mosman Art Prize 2009
Mosman Art Gallery
Saturday 8 August 2009 – Sunday 6 September 2009
corner Art Gallery Way and Myahgah Road
Mosman NSW 2088
Open 10am – 5pm
7 days a week
71 x 131cm
Oil on Canvas
The Mosman Art Gallery presents the 62nd annual Mosman Art Prize, the longest running and most prestigious municipal art prize in Australia. The winning entries form the basis of the Mosman Art Collection, a valuable and historic collection which surveys Australian painting since 1947. Each year close to 900 entries are received in one day at the Mosman Art Gallery. This year, the inaugural 1947 prize winner Margaret Olley AC will be the guest judge for the competition.
Flutter – diptych
92 x 107cm
Oil on Canvas
The theme for 2009 is I Paint Because…
I paint because…
I have a profound love of paint. I love feeling in control of the medium but also being completely controlled by it. I adore the intimacy and immediacy of the medium. I relish the capacity for boldness and courage that it allows, but also the amazing sensitivity and tenderness that is possible.
The intimacy of the medium enables me to celebrate the sensitivity and beauty of the female figure. It allows me to explore works that depict beauty, grace and harmony and to present an intimate look at womanhood. My work explores and honors unique female artforms and iconography and I see a strong relationship between the intensity of the needle and the concentration of the paintbrush.