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Redpath, Norma, b. 1928
Norma Redpath was a leading sculptor of the generation who emerged after World War II. Her success was even more remarkable as her career was ...
Harvey, Anthony John Heriot, b. 1930
Harvey was a designer,sculptor, cartoonist, illustrator, print-maker, map maker and author. He also had an extensive career as an educator in Victoria. Especially noted for ...
Raft, Emanuel, b. 1938
The Egyptian born Emanuel Raft brought a cosmopolitan perspecive to the way he approached painting, sculpture and design. He was also a teacher and mentor ...
Covert 7 city

by Jones, Tim.

340 x 206 x 250 cm A(irreg.) 43 x 53 x 26 cm B(irreg.)

Multi-media, wood , bitumen, steel, lead, ink, paint, cord

Robert Klippel: the sculptor's studio

by Klippel, Robert, Ladd, Brian.

The exhibition tried to reveal the artist's creative process in making paper collages and constructed sculptures. Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of ...

Hossein Valamanesh, 1980-1990

by Valamanesh, Hossein.

Showing the path of Valamanesh's work which follows a inward spiral of sorts. Beginning with the pure forms of geometry, references to domestic architecture and ...

Ari Purhonen: 1982-1990 sculpture

by Pether, Louise, Purhonen, Ari.

VACB for touring Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS IDG archive printout; National Library of Australia catalogue; National Library of ...

Hilarie Mais

by Mais, Hilarie.

Organised by Plimsoll Gallery Committee, Tasmanian School of Art. Funding; South Australia Department for the Arts and VACB of the Australia Council; Tasmanian Arts Advisory ...

Sculpture of the outdoors: an exhibition of sculptures by Silvio Apponyi

by Apponyi, Silvio.

Exhibition displays a major body of work and highlights his love of creating animal images and his disinclination to sculpt human forms. Source: Solo Survey ...

Sculpture for the ocean realm by Carol Warner

by Warner, Carol.

Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS MAGNT annual report

Fourth Australian Sculpture Triennial: installations by two Australian artists, David Jones and Lyndall Milani

by Jones, David, Milani, Lyndall.

Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS Heide exhibition archive

Art Baccanalia

by Barrows, Eric, Briant, Irene, Delrue, Chantale, Habel, Robert, Hamilton, David, Hensley, Guy, Hood, Alison, Lamrock, Bruce, Lane, Noel, Marsden, David, Mason, Penelope Louise, Norman, Ray, Ohern, Kelly, Payne, Julie Georgina, Ride, Edwin, Sheehy, Robert, Tate, Kerrie, Whittle, Jooles, Willmott, Peter, Wilson, Audrey Frances Loveday.

An environmental sculpture exhibition by 20 artists, organised by Arthouse Launceston, held at Hollybank Forestry Reserve, Underwood, Tasmania to celebrate National Arts Week. Source: Queen ...

Brown -1970's ceramics from the Shepparton Art Gallery collection

by Danko, Alex, Dodd, Margaret, Flood, Noel, Greenaway, Victor, Hanssen Pigott, Gwyn, Hughan, Harold Randolph, Levy, Col, Memmott, Harry.

Exhibitors Harold Hughan - Noel Flood - Harry Memmott Victor Greenaway - Gwyn Hanssen Pigott Doug Alexander - Les Blakebrough David Bradshaw - Joan Campbell ...

Machina: persona

by Wicks, Arthur.

4 major sculptural machines built by the artist over 7 years. The catalogue published by Wagga Wagga City Art Gallery in 1992 discusses this exhibition, ...

George Baldessin (1939-1978): drawings and selected sculpture

by Baldessin, George Joseph Victor, Waterlow, Nick.

Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS IDG archive printout

Kevin Norton: recent sculptures

by Norton, Kevin.

Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS Wollongong City Gallery annual report

Oliffe Richmond

by Richmond, Oliffe.

Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS Newcastle Gallery exhibition archive

Visible traces and other works in handmade paper by Jacki Parry

by Parry, Jacki.

An Australian paper artist who now lives in Scotland. Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS MAGNT annual report; http://www.nms.ac.uk/news/news_archive/990430spring.htm (24/10/03)

Jihad Muhammad: green and black

by Armstrong, John.

Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS Institute of Modern Art exhibition archive

Juliet Lea: the disaster writes itself - more

by Lea, Juliet.

Source: Solo Survey Exhibition Linkage Project, Tasmanian School of Art, UTAS Institute of Modern Art exhibition catalogue