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Shaw, Marina Philomena, b. 1903
Painter, china painter, ceramic sculptor and designer who in the1940s won a scholarship to the Slade School of Art but was unable to take it ...
Flugelman, Bert, b. 1923
Sculptor, painter, and mentor to many younger artists, Bert Flugelman came to Australia as a refugee shortly before the outbreak of World War II. In ...
Taylor, Peter , b. 1927
Taylor was a sculptor, typically working in wood. He was head of sculpture at the School of Art, University of Tasmania, also becoming involved in ...
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 ...
Leckie, Alexander, b. 1932
Alexander Leckie, an adventurous Scot with a modernist sensibility, was one of the generation of studio potters responsible for establishing Australia's post war culture of ...
Leach-Jones, Alun, b. 1937
Alun Leach-Jones was one of the generation of artists who helped define Australian colourfield art in the 1960s. Hie first came to prominence exhibiting in ...
Owen, Robert George, b. 1937
Artist, Robert Owen's practice includes sculpture, painting, photography, installation and major public commissions. He has been awarded a John Moore’s Liverpool Exhibition 7 UK prize ...
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 ...
Collings, Silver, b. 1940
With experience in Australia and London, Collings works as a jeweller and sculptor.
Watt, Alan, b. 1941
Alan Watt's sculptural ceramics and more recently his metal forms describe the manipulation of landscape by humanity. He was Head of the Ceramics Workshop at ...
Pinder, Phil, b. 1945
Pinder was an artist working across a wide range of media including murals and interior design (the Last Laugh theatre, Melbourne). A poster "April Fools ...
Helyer, Nigel, b. 1951
Nigel Helyer is an independent sculptor and sound-artist. He is the director of a small multi-disciplinary team “Sonic Objects; Sonic Architecture” with an international reputation ...
1956 Olympic Arts Festival

by Bunning, Neville Murnane, Dale, Oliver James, Douglas, Mollie, Englund, Ivan, Featherston, Grant, Hughan, Harold Randolph, Keys, Eileen, Laycock, Donald, Lowe, Allan, Mahood, Marguerite, McMeekin, Ivan, Meadmore, Clement, Pate, Klytie, Rushforth, Peter, Sutherland, Dorothy, Wilkinson, Jeffery.

Olympic Arts Festival 1956 - Melbourne’s Cultural Olympiad. Architecture & sculpture - Uni of Melb. Painting & Drawing - NGV, Literature - Melb Public Library. ...

1956 Olympic Arts Festival, Melbourne

by Rodriquez, John.

1956 Olympic Arts Festival, Melbourne. Melbourne’s Cultural Olympiad included five significant exhibitions: architecture and sculpture at the University of Melbourne’s Wilson Hall; painting and drawing ...

Weissensteiner, Elisabeth, b. 1958
Elisabeth Weissensteiner works in sculpture, mixed media including photo-based work, art-science collaborations, and installations. Characteristic for her approach to art is a subtle investigation of ...
Kuhaupt, Richie, b. 1960
Perth-based sculptor and electronic artist whose exhibitions have included Sculpture by the Sea, Sydney in 1999 and 2000 and the 2002 Biennale of Electronic Arts ...
Wilson, Heather, b. 1961
Wilson is a ceramicist exploring hand-built (hand-shaped and/or carved) animal forms.
Kelly, Deborah, b. 1962
Deborah Kelly is a socially engaged Melbourne born Sydney based artist whose work is shown and collected nationally and internationally.