David  Bromley

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David Bromley

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Curriculum vitae

Born

1960 Sheffield, England

Education

Self-taught

Background

David Bromley immigrated to Australia with his family in 1964.
Bromley emerged as a painter in the mid 1980s. In the early stages of his career, he held solo exhibitions in Sydney and Adelaide and represented works in state and regional galleries, to include finalist in the Archibald Prize, AGNSW, in 1999, 2001 and 2004.
In his practice, David Bromley has developed themes for two distinct and unique styles of painting; the female portrait and the children's series.
In the works based on children, impressions of the joy and innocence of childhood are ever-present. The compositions are reminiscent of bygone days and loaded with toys, pets and adventure. As seen in recent paintings of summers by the sea, the artist reveals a playful inquisitiveness that provokes fond memories of youth.
In the portrait series, Bromley explores the female form. Commonly, the paintings are life size poses, whether provocative or demure, of models from fashion and film. The portraits are commanding and seductive, the females attractive and bare breasted.
However diverse in his subject matter, Bromley's work is enduringly figurative, daringly coloured and executed with a graphic intention reminiscent of Warhol's Pop Art from the 1960s. This can be seen in the layering of high key colour, graphic brushwork and gold and silver leaf. Bromley states that he is inspired by Warhol's work, ‘in particular his portraiture and figurative work'.
In the past five years, his work has achieved a global identity with major exhibitions held throughout Australia, Asia, Europe and the USA.
Works by David Bromley are represented in collections in Australia to include; Artbank, Art Gallery of South Australia, Art Gallery of Western Australia, and the National Gallery of Victoria.
Primarily a figurative painter, Bromley explores two distinct themes - Images of children and the female nude. His youthful explorations can be traced to 1950's children's book illustrations. These works pointedly explore the innocence of youth and the adventure, exploration and imagination. Bromley infuses these colourful works with a painterly style and unexpected metallic backdrops in gold and silver leaf. An avid collector of vintage objects, Bromley's studio is a treasure trove of inspiration for the nostalgic imagery he employs.
Bromley's admiration for Pop Art has played a significant role in shaping his work. He credits Warhol as an early influence demonstrated in his reductive colours, graphic style and the simplified forms of his nudes. His stunning nudes are often accompanied by floating flowers or butterflies alluding to fertility and beauty. In an unconventional gesture, Bromley rolls stripes of paint through the figures - infusing an unexpected abstract layer to these intriguing forms.
Over the past 20 years Bromley's work has fostered widespread acclaim and notoriety in Australia and Internationally. He has exhibited on nearly every continent including Asia, Europe, Africa and America.
Bromley's work maintains a universal appeal by tapping into the collective memory of youth and the wonder of human existence.
David became recognised in his early twenties exhibiting throughout Australia.
Since then, he has emerged as one of the most recognisable and innovative artists in Australia.
His influences although rooted in 1950's culture - are as distinct as his styles.

Solo Exhibitions

2014 Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery, Sydney
2013 Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery, Canberra
2012 Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery, Newcastle
2012 Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery, Sydney
2012 Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Adelaide
2012 Gullotti & amp; Murano Gallery, Perth
2012 Caldwell Snyder Gallery, San Francisco
2012 Everard Read, Cape Town
2012 Everard Read, Johannesburg
2011 Gallery One, Gold Coast
2011 Rebecca Hossack, New York
2011 Rebecca Hossack, London
2011 Cat St Gallery, Hong Kong
2010 Ode to Art, Singapore
2010 Rarity Gallery, Mykonos
2010 Degawa Hirasaku, Tokyo
2010 Everard Read Gallery, Johannesburg
2009 Degawa Hirosaku, Osaka
2009 Suzanne Zander Gallery, Koln
2008 Degawa Hirosaku, Japan
2008 Rebecca Hossack, London
2008 Tim Olsen, Sydney
2008 Jan Murphy, Brisbane
2008 Scott Livesey, Melbourne
2007 Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney
2007 Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
2006 Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney
2006 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
2006 Hill-Smith Fine Art Gallery, Adelaide
2005 Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney
2005 Hill-Smith Fine Art Gallery, Adelaide
2005 Scott Livesey Art Dealer, Melbourne
2005 Obsession Gallery, Japan
2005 Rice Polak Gallery, Massachusetts, USA
2004 Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney
2004 Everard Read Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa
2004 Obsession Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2004 Scott Livesey Art Dealer, Melbourne
2004 Kagoshima, Japan
2004 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
2004 Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London
2003 Obsession Gallery, Tokyo & Kyoto, Japan
2003 Scott Livesey Art Dealer, Melbourne
2003 Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney
2003 Perth Galleries, Perth
2003 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
2003 Susanne Zander Galerie, Koln Germany
2003 Hill-Smith Fine Art, Adelaide
2002 Scott Livesey Art Dealer, Melbourne
2002 Chapman Gallery, Canberra
2002 Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London
2001 Scott Livesey Art Dealer, Melbourne
2001 Hill-Smith Fine Art, Adelaide
2001 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
2001 Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney
2000 Scott Livesey Art Dealer, Melbourne
2000 Atelier de Cyrille Varet - Viaduc des Arts, Paris
2000 Perth Galleries, Perth
1999 Hill-Smith Fine Art, Adelaide
1999 Chapman Gallery, Canberra
1999 Coventry Gallery, Sydney
1999 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
1998 Perth Galleries, Perth
1998 Kozminski Galleries, Melbourne
1998 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
1997 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
1997 Coventry Gallery, Sydney
1997 Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide
1996 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
1996 Grand Orbit Artspace, Brisbane
1996 Dick Bett Gallery, Hobart
1995 Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide
1995 Coventry Gallery, Sydney
1995 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
1994 Dick Bett Gallery, Hobart
1993 Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide
1993 Coventry Gallery, Sydney
1993 Dick Bett Gallery, Hobart
1993 Victor Mace Gallery, Brisbane
1992 Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide
1992 Coventry Gallery, Sydney
1991 Coventry Gallery, Sydney
1990 BMG Gallery, Adelaide
1989 Coventry Gallery, Sydney

Group Exhibitions

2012 Apada Arts & Antique Fair (18 - 23 September)
2012 20/21 British Art Fair (12 - 16 September)
2012 Art Melbourne (25-27 May)
2012 The Affordable Art Fair South London (14-18 March)
2011 The Affordable Art Fair Singapore (18 - 20 November)
2011 Art Toronto (28- 31 October)
2011 The Affordable Art Fair North London (27 - 30 October)
2011 Art London (6-10 October)
2011 The Affordable Art Fair New York (22-25 September)
2011 20/21 British Art Fair (14 - 18 September)
2011 Art Melbourne (19 - 22 May 2011)
2011 The Affordable Art Fair New York (5 - 8 May)
2011 The London Original Print Fair (22-19 April)
2011 The Affordable Art Fair (10 - 13 March)
2011 London Art Fair (19 - 23 January)
2010 Art Sydney (11 - 14 November)
2010 Art Toronto (28 - 1 November)
2010 The Affordable Art Fair (21 - 24 October)
2010 Art London (7 - 11 October)
2010 The Affordable Art Fair New York (29 September - 3 October)
2010 20/21 British Art Fair (15 - 19 September)
2010 Utrecht Open Art Fair (8 - 12 September)
2010 Art Hamptons - The International Fine Art Fair (8 - 11 July)
2010 The Henley Festival (7 - 11 July)
2010 San Francisco Fine Art Fair (21 - 23 May)
2010 AAF New York (6 - 9 May)
2010 London Original Print Fair (29 April - 2 May)
2010 Glasgow Art Fair (25 - 28 March)
2010 AAF Spring (11 - 14 March)
2010 Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show (12 - 16 February)
2010 Affordable Art Fair Brussels (4 - 8 February)
2010 LA Art Show (20 - 24 January)
2010 London Art Fair 2010 (13 - 17 January)
2009 Affordable Art Fair Amsterdam (29 October - 1 November)
2009 Toronto Art Fair (22 - 26 October)
2009 Affordable Art Fair - Autumn Collection (22 - 25 October)
2009 Art London (6 - 13 October)
2009 20/21 British Art Fair (16 - 20 September)
2009 Open Art Fair (6 - 13 October)
2009 Art Hamptons (10 - 12 July)
2009 Henley Festival (8 - 12 July)
2009 AAF Paris (4 - 7 July)
2009 Affordable Art Fair New York (7 - 10 May)
2009 Glasgow Art Fair (23 - 26 April)
2009 London Original Print Fair (22 - 26 April)
2009 AAF Spring Collection 2009 (12 - 15 March)
2009 20/21 International Art Fair (19 - 22 February)
2009 AAF Brussels (12 - 15 February)
2009 Watercolour and Drawings Fair (4 - 8 February)
2009 Los Angeles Art Show (21 - 25 January)
2009 Palm Beach (January)
2009 London Art Fair (13 - 18 January)
2008 Art Miami (3 - 7 December)
2008 Edinburgh Art Fair (21 - 23 November)
2008 Art Ireland (14 - 16 November)
2008 The Affordable Art Fair Amsterdam (29 October - 2 November)
2008 The Affordable Art Fair London (23 - 26 October)
2008 Art London (2 - 6 October)
2008 Toronto Art Fair (2 - 6 October)
2008 Dublin Art Fair (11 - 14 September)
2008 20/21 British Art Fair (10 - 14 September)
2008 Art Santa Fe (10 - 13 July)
2008 The Henley Festival (9 - 13 July)
2008 The Affordable Art Fair, New York (12 - 15 June)
2008 Art Moscow (14 - 18 May)
2008 The London Original Print Fair (23 - 27 April)
2008 Glasgow Art Fair (27 - 30 March)
2008 The Affordable Art Fair (13 - 16 March)
2006 The Grand Opening, Scott Livesey Gallery, Melbourne
2008 New York AAF, USA
2008 Art Miami, USA
2008 Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
2008 Zaishu Show, Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
2008 Melbourne Art Fair, Melbourne
2005 Art Palm Beach, USA
2005 Art London, UK
2005 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
2005 Rice Polak Gallery, Massachusetts, USA
2005 Salon de Refuse (ARCHIBALD),SH Erwin Gallery, Sydney
2005 Art Glasgow, Scotland
2004 Toronto International Art Fair, Canada
2004 New York AAF, USA
2004 Art Koln, Germany
2004 Art LONDON Art Fair, London
2004 Art Palm Beach, USA
2004 Finalist in the Archibald Prize (McLean Edwards), AGNSW
2004 Glasgow Art Fair, Scotland
2003 Art Miami, USA
2003 Art Palm Beach, USA
2003 Art London,UK
2003 Alchemy, Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
2003 Alchemy, Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney
2002 The Outsider Art Fair, Marion Harris, New York
2002 4 x 4, Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
2002 Australian Visions, Bunkamura Gallery, Tokyo
2002 Art LONDON Art Fair, London
2002 Finalist in the Archibald Prize (Charles Blackman), AGNSW
2002 Winter Artists x 12, Perth Galleries, Perth, Western Australia
2002 Bristol Art Fair, UK
2002 20/21 Century British Art Fair
2001 Modern Living Art, Mitsukoshi, Tokyo
2001 Finalist in the Archibald Prize (Long Tom Tjapanangka), AGNSW
2001 Artists Supporting Animal Preservation, Sydney
2001 Art LONDON Art Fair, London
2000 Three Men in a Boat, Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London
2000 Finalist in the Archibald Sporting Portrait Prize, AGNSW
2000 Affair to Remember, Australian High Commission, Singapore
2000 Ten Australian Artists, Nicola Townsend Art Dealer, Tokyo
2000 Finalist in the Doug Moran Portrait Prize
2000 Art LONDON Art Fair, London
1999 Finalist in the Archibald Prize, AGNSW
1999 Salon de Refuse (ARCHIBALD), SH Erwin Gallery, Sydney
1989 Selected Survey, Noosa Regional Gallery, Noosa
1997 Salon de Refuse (ARCHIBALD), SH Erwin Gallery, Sydney
1996 Salon de Refuse (WYNNE), SH Erwin Gallery, Sydney
1994 Finalist in Moet & Chandon Award Sport, Artspace, Adelaide
1994 20 Artists / 20 Years, Coventry Gallery, Sydney
1993 Winner - Fisher Ghost Award, New South Wales
1993 Finalist in Moet & Chandon Award
1993 Chandler Coventry: A Private Collection, Campbelltown City Art Gallery
1993 Victor Mace Gallery, Brisbane
1992 Dick Bett Gallery, Hobart
1992 Coventry Gallery, Sydney
1991 New Art Five, Coventry Gallery, Sydney
1990 BMG Gallery, Adelaide
1990 Coventry Gallery, Sydney

Awards

Finalist (six times) in the prestigious Archibald Prize 

Collections

Allen, Allen & Hemsley, Sydney; Annelie Brunsten Gallery,
Germany; Artbank, Australia; Art Gallery of South Australia; Art
Gallery of Western Australia; Baker & McKenzie, Sydney;
Campbelltown City Art Gallery; CCT Internet Travel, Brisbane;
Derwent Collection, Hobart; De Pasquale Advertising, Brisbane;
Derwent Collection, Hobart; Flinders University, South Australia;
Gadens Ridgeway, Sydney; Gold Coast City Art Gallery; Marsdens,
Sydney; National Gallery of Victoria; Northern Territory Art
Museum; Optus, Brisbane; Pan Continental Mining; Radisson
Playford, Adelaide; Red Ochre Restaurant, Adelaide; St Peter's
College, Adelaide; Tamar Collection, Hobart; Taxation Department,
Melbourne; Tiffins on the Park, Adelaide; University of the
Northern Territory; University of Southern Qld

Publications

2012 Taschen World Interiors (6 page spread)
2012 Grund Genug, Germany
2012 Urbis, New Zealand
2012 Marie Claire, Australia
2012 House & Garden, Australia
2012 Scoop, Australia
2011 Elle, Italy
2011 IDEAT, France
2010 Vogue Magazine, Germany
2010 Linda Magazine, Holland
2010 Harpers Bazaar (Cover)
2010 Elle Décoration, UK 2010
2009 Elle, Italy
2008 Elle Decoration, France
2008 Art Monthly
2008 Vogue Living, Australia
2007 Inside Out
2006 New York Times
2006 Art Monthly

 

 

David Bromley

Curriculum vitae

Born

1960 Sheffield, England

Education

Self-taught

Background

David Bromley immigrated to Australia with his family in 1964.
Bromley emerged as a painter in the mid 1980s. In the early stages of his career, he held solo exhibitions in Sydney and Adelaide and represented works in state and regional galleries, to include finalist in the Archibald Prize, AGNSW, in 1999, 2001 and 2004.
In his practice, David Bromley has developed themes for two distinct and unique styles of painting; the female portrait and the children's series.
In the works based on children, impressions of the joy and innocence of childhood are ever-present. The compositions are reminiscent of bygone days and loaded with toys, pets and adventure. As seen in recent paintings of summers by the sea, the artist reveals a playful inquisitiveness that provokes fond memories of youth.
In the portrait series, Bromley explores the female form. Commonly, the paintings are life size poses, whether provocative or demure, of models from fashion and film. The portraits are commanding and seductive, the females attractive and bare breasted.
However diverse in his subject matter, Bromley's work is enduringly figurative, daringly coloured and executed with a graphic intention reminiscent of Warhol's Pop Art from the 1960s. This can be seen in the layering of high key colour, graphic brushwork and gold and silver leaf. Bromley states that he is inspired by Warhol's work, ‘in particular his portraiture and figurative work'.
In the past five years, his work has achieved a global identity with major exhibitions held throughout Australia, Asia, Europe and the USA.
Works by David Bromley are represented in collections in Australia to include; Artbank, Art Gallery of South Australia, Art Gallery of Western Australia, and the National Gallery of Victoria.
Primarily a figurative painter, Bromley explores two distinct themes - Images of children and the female nude. His youthful explorations can be traced to 1950's children's book illustrations. These works pointedly explore the innocence of youth and the adventure, exploration and imagination. Bromley infuses these colourful works with a painterly style and unexpected metallic backdrops in gold and silver leaf. An avid collector of vintage objects, Bromley's studio is a treasure trove of inspiration for the nostalgic imagery he employs.
Bromley's admiration for Pop Art has played a significant role in shaping his work. He credits Warhol as an early influence demonstrated in his reductive colours, graphic style and the simplified forms of his nudes. His stunning nudes are often accompanied by floating flowers or butterflies alluding to fertility and beauty. In an unconventional gesture, Bromley rolls stripes of paint through the figures - infusing an unexpected abstract layer to these intriguing forms.
Over the past 20 years Bromley's work has fostered widespread acclaim and notoriety in Australia and Internationally. He has exhibited on nearly every continent including Asia, Europe, Africa and America.
Bromley's work maintains a universal appeal by tapping into the collective memory of youth and the wonder of human existence.
David became recognised in his early twenties exhibiting throughout Australia.
Since then, he has emerged as one of the most recognisable and innovative artists in Australia.
His influences although rooted in 1950's culture - are as distinct as his styles.

Solo Exhibitions

2014 Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery, Sydney
2013 Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery, Canberra
2012 Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery, Newcastle
2012 Trevor Victor Harvey Gallery, Sydney
2012 Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Adelaide
2012 Gullotti & amp; Murano Gallery, Perth
2012 Caldwell Snyder Gallery, San Francisco
2012 Everard Read, Cape Town
2012 Everard Read, Johannesburg
2011 Gallery One, Gold Coast
2011 Rebecca Hossack, New York
2011 Rebecca Hossack, London
2011 Cat St Gallery, Hong Kong
2010 Ode to Art, Singapore
2010 Rarity Gallery, Mykonos
2010 Degawa Hirasaku, Tokyo
2010 Everard Read Gallery, Johannesburg
2009 Degawa Hirosaku, Osaka
2009 Suzanne Zander Gallery, Koln
2008 Degawa Hirosaku, Japan
2008 Rebecca Hossack, London
2008 Tim Olsen, Sydney
2008 Jan Murphy, Brisbane
2008 Scott Livesey, Melbourne
2007 Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney
2007 Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
2006 Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney
2006 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
2006 Hill-Smith Fine Art Gallery, Adelaide
2005 Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney
2005 Hill-Smith Fine Art Gallery, Adelaide
2005 Scott Livesey Art Dealer, Melbourne
2005 Obsession Gallery, Japan
2005 Rice Polak Gallery, Massachusetts, USA
2004 Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney
2004 Everard Read Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa
2004 Obsession Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2004 Scott Livesey Art Dealer, Melbourne
2004 Kagoshima, Japan
2004 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
2004 Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London
2003 Obsession Gallery, Tokyo & Kyoto, Japan
2003 Scott Livesey Art Dealer, Melbourne
2003 Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney
2003 Perth Galleries, Perth
2003 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
2003 Susanne Zander Galerie, Koln Germany
2003 Hill-Smith Fine Art, Adelaide
2002 Scott Livesey Art Dealer, Melbourne
2002 Chapman Gallery, Canberra
2002 Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London
2001 Scott Livesey Art Dealer, Melbourne
2001 Hill-Smith Fine Art, Adelaide
2001 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
2001 Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney
2000 Scott Livesey Art Dealer, Melbourne
2000 Atelier de Cyrille Varet - Viaduc des Arts, Paris
2000 Perth Galleries, Perth
1999 Hill-Smith Fine Art, Adelaide
1999 Chapman Gallery, Canberra
1999 Coventry Gallery, Sydney
1999 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
1998 Perth Galleries, Perth
1998 Kozminski Galleries, Melbourne
1998 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
1997 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
1997 Coventry Gallery, Sydney
1997 Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide
1996 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
1996 Grand Orbit Artspace, Brisbane
1996 Dick Bett Gallery, Hobart
1995 Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide
1995 Coventry Gallery, Sydney
1995 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
1994 Dick Bett Gallery, Hobart
1993 Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide
1993 Coventry Gallery, Sydney
1993 Dick Bett Gallery, Hobart
1993 Victor Mace Gallery, Brisbane
1992 Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide
1992 Coventry Gallery, Sydney
1991 Coventry Gallery, Sydney
1990 BMG Gallery, Adelaide
1989 Coventry Gallery, Sydney

Group Exhibitions

2012 Apada Arts & Antique Fair (18 - 23 September)
2012 20/21 British Art Fair (12 - 16 September)
2012 Art Melbourne (25-27 May)
2012 The Affordable Art Fair South London (14-18 March)
2011 The Affordable Art Fair Singapore (18 - 20 November)
2011 Art Toronto (28- 31 October)
2011 The Affordable Art Fair North London (27 - 30 October)
2011 Art London (6-10 October)
2011 The Affordable Art Fair New York (22-25 September)
2011 20/21 British Art Fair (14 - 18 September)
2011 Art Melbourne (19 - 22 May 2011)
2011 The Affordable Art Fair New York (5 - 8 May)
2011 The London Original Print Fair (22-19 April)
2011 The Affordable Art Fair (10 - 13 March)
2011 London Art Fair (19 - 23 January)
2010 Art Sydney (11 - 14 November)
2010 Art Toronto (28 - 1 November)
2010 The Affordable Art Fair (21 - 24 October)
2010 Art London (7 - 11 October)
2010 The Affordable Art Fair New York (29 September - 3 October)
2010 20/21 British Art Fair (15 - 19 September)
2010 Utrecht Open Art Fair (8 - 12 September)
2010 Art Hamptons - The International Fine Art Fair (8 - 11 July)
2010 The Henley Festival (7 - 11 July)
2010 San Francisco Fine Art Fair (21 - 23 May)
2010 AAF New York (6 - 9 May)
2010 London Original Print Fair (29 April - 2 May)
2010 Glasgow Art Fair (25 - 28 March)
2010 AAF Spring (11 - 14 March)
2010 Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show (12 - 16 February)
2010 Affordable Art Fair Brussels (4 - 8 February)
2010 LA Art Show (20 - 24 January)
2010 London Art Fair 2010 (13 - 17 January)
2009 Affordable Art Fair Amsterdam (29 October - 1 November)
2009 Toronto Art Fair (22 - 26 October)
2009 Affordable Art Fair - Autumn Collection (22 - 25 October)
2009 Art London (6 - 13 October)
2009 20/21 British Art Fair (16 - 20 September)
2009 Open Art Fair (6 - 13 October)
2009 Art Hamptons (10 - 12 July)
2009 Henley Festival (8 - 12 July)
2009 AAF Paris (4 - 7 July)
2009 Affordable Art Fair New York (7 - 10 May)
2009 Glasgow Art Fair (23 - 26 April)
2009 London Original Print Fair (22 - 26 April)
2009 AAF Spring Collection 2009 (12 - 15 March)
2009 20/21 International Art Fair (19 - 22 February)
2009 AAF Brussels (12 - 15 February)
2009 Watercolour and Drawings Fair (4 - 8 February)
2009 Los Angeles Art Show (21 - 25 January)
2009 Palm Beach (January)
2009 London Art Fair (13 - 18 January)
2008 Art Miami (3 - 7 December)
2008 Edinburgh Art Fair (21 - 23 November)
2008 Art Ireland (14 - 16 November)
2008 The Affordable Art Fair Amsterdam (29 October - 2 November)
2008 The Affordable Art Fair London (23 - 26 October)
2008 Art London (2 - 6 October)
2008 Toronto Art Fair (2 - 6 October)
2008 Dublin Art Fair (11 - 14 September)
2008 20/21 British Art Fair (10 - 14 September)
2008 Art Santa Fe (10 - 13 July)
2008 The Henley Festival (9 - 13 July)
2008 The Affordable Art Fair, New York (12 - 15 June)
2008 Art Moscow (14 - 18 May)
2008 The London Original Print Fair (23 - 27 April)
2008 Glasgow Art Fair (27 - 30 March)
2008 The Affordable Art Fair (13 - 16 March)
2006 The Grand Opening, Scott Livesey Gallery, Melbourne
2008 New York AAF, USA
2008 Art Miami, USA
2008 Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
2008 Zaishu Show, Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
2008 Melbourne Art Fair, Melbourne
2005 Art Palm Beach, USA
2005 Art London, UK
2005 Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
2005 Rice Polak Gallery, Massachusetts, USA
2005 Salon de Refuse (ARCHIBALD),SH Erwin Gallery, Sydney
2005 Art Glasgow, Scotland
2004 Toronto International Art Fair, Canada
2004 New York AAF, USA
2004 Art Koln, Germany
2004 Art LONDON Art Fair, London
2004 Art Palm Beach, USA
2004 Finalist in the Archibald Prize (McLean Edwards), AGNSW
2004 Glasgow Art Fair, Scotland
2003 Art Miami, USA
2003 Art Palm Beach, USA
2003 Art London,UK
2003 Alchemy, Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
2003 Alchemy, Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney
2002 The Outsider Art Fair, Marion Harris, New York
2002 4 x 4, Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
2002 Australian Visions, Bunkamura Gallery, Tokyo
2002 Art LONDON Art Fair, London
2002 Finalist in the Archibald Prize (Charles Blackman), AGNSW
2002 Winter Artists x 12, Perth Galleries, Perth, Western Australia
2002 Bristol Art Fair, UK
2002 20/21 Century British Art Fair
2001 Modern Living Art, Mitsukoshi, Tokyo
2001 Finalist in the Archibald Prize (Long Tom Tjapanangka), AGNSW
2001 Artists Supporting Animal Preservation, Sydney
2001 Art LONDON Art Fair, London
2000 Three Men in a Boat, Rebecca Hossack Gallery, London
2000 Finalist in the Archibald Sporting Portrait Prize, AGNSW
2000 Affair to Remember, Australian High Commission, Singapore
2000 Ten Australian Artists, Nicola Townsend Art Dealer, Tokyo
2000 Finalist in the Doug Moran Portrait Prize
2000 Art LONDON Art Fair, London
1999 Finalist in the Archibald Prize, AGNSW
1999 Salon de Refuse (ARCHIBALD), SH Erwin Gallery, Sydney
1989 Selected Survey, Noosa Regional Gallery, Noosa
1997 Salon de Refuse (ARCHIBALD), SH Erwin Gallery, Sydney
1996 Salon de Refuse (WYNNE), SH Erwin Gallery, Sydney
1994 Finalist in Moet & Chandon Award Sport, Artspace, Adelaide
1994 20 Artists / 20 Years, Coventry Gallery, Sydney
1993 Winner - Fisher Ghost Award, New South Wales
1993 Finalist in Moet & Chandon Award
1993 Chandler Coventry: A Private Collection, Campbelltown City Art Gallery
1993 Victor Mace Gallery, Brisbane
1992 Dick Bett Gallery, Hobart
1992 Coventry Gallery, Sydney
1991 New Art Five, Coventry Gallery, Sydney
1990 BMG Gallery, Adelaide
1990 Coventry Gallery, Sydney

Awards

Finalist (six times) in the prestigious Archibald Prize 

Collections

Allen, Allen & Hemsley, Sydney; Annelie Brunsten Gallery,
Germany; Artbank, Australia; Art Gallery of South Australia; Art
Gallery of Western Australia; Baker & McKenzie, Sydney;
Campbelltown City Art Gallery; CCT Internet Travel, Brisbane;
Derwent Collection, Hobart; De Pasquale Advertising, Brisbane;
Derwent Collection, Hobart; Flinders University, South Australia;
Gadens Ridgeway, Sydney; Gold Coast City Art Gallery; Marsdens,
Sydney; National Gallery of Victoria; Northern Territory Art
Museum; Optus, Brisbane; Pan Continental Mining; Radisson
Playford, Adelaide; Red Ochre Restaurant, Adelaide; St Peter's
College, Adelaide; Tamar Collection, Hobart; Taxation Department,
Melbourne; Tiffins on the Park, Adelaide; University of the
Northern Territory; University of Southern Qld

Publications

2012 Taschen World Interiors (6 page spread)
2012 Grund Genug, Germany
2012 Urbis, New Zealand
2012 Marie Claire, Australia
2012 House & Garden, Australia
2012 Scoop, Australia
2011 Elle, Italy
2011 IDEAT, France
2010 Vogue Magazine, Germany
2010 Linda Magazine, Holland
2010 Harpers Bazaar (Cover)
2010 Elle Décoration, UK 2010
2009 Elle, Italy
2008 Elle Decoration, France
2008 Art Monthly
2008 Vogue Living, Australia
2007 Inside Out
2006 New York Times
2006 Art Monthly