The Colin & Cecily Rigg Craft Award 1994
National Gallery of Victoria.
Winner – Neville Assad-Salha $30,000
“... It is dedicated to ceramics and the works of 25 Victorian potters who show up to five pieces. As many are of monumental proportions, the exhibition is big and crowded. [...] this major, though not exhaustive, statement (exhibition) provides viewers with a vibrant overview of the current vigour and originality of contemporary ceramics.”
Review. The Age 16/08 1994 p.18
A touring exhibition of contemporary ceramics.
Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS
BFAG annual report; AGNSW Library catalogue; http://www.deborah-halpern.com.au/CV/CurriculumVitae.html (04/11/03)
Deborah Halpern, Fiona Murphy: ceramics. Shepparton, Vic: Shepparton Art Gallery, 1990
ISBN 0958911894 (pbk)
'Clay Statements’ exhibition in Toowoomba then as 'Exhibited’ Queensland Art Gallery 8.12.1986- 26.1.1987
Noel Flood, Gwyn Hanssen Pigott, Stephen Harrison,
Roderick Bamford, Garry Bish, Greg Crowe,
Greg Daly, Ivan Englund, Patsy Hely,
Martin Kelly, Bronwyn Kemp, Janet Mansfield,
Ian McKay, Kathrin McMiles, Jeff Mincham,
Lyndal Moor, Fiona Murphy, Jenny Orchard,
Susan Ostling, Warren Palmer, Dianne Peach,
David Potter, Arthur Rosser, Carol Rosser,
Barbara Swarbrick, Stefan Szonyi,
Sandra Taylor, Mark Themann.
A 24 page catalogue is held in Australian Libraries.