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We are passionate about Fine Art. Recognizing the importance of the buyer confidence in securing genuine works of art of impeccable provenance, we offer an opportunity to purchase original top-quality art shipping Worldwide. Founded in 1994, Galeria Aniela pioneer fine art outside the metropolitan area, for public display and acquisition. Challenging the status quo from its inception won the trust of some of the most important artists from post WWII until today, including Arthur Boyd, Charles Blackman, John Perceval, Jamie Boyd, Mrs. Bennett, John Olsen, Lenore Boyd, Nancy Ross, Ningura Napurrula, Minnie Pwerle, Lily Kelly Napangardi, Garry Shead. We coup the Front Page of the Sydney Morning Herald and won the ABC TV Australian National News | Boyd Video, ABC TV Sunday Afternoon | Video, ABC TV Australian National News |Perceval Video, SBS National TV Charles Blackman Video. We built a reputation in Australia and the wide World. Exhibitions - Videos

GRAPHICS Garry SHEAD B.1942   

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Garry SHEAD is Australia's highly acclaimed artist. He belongs to that group of figurative artists who included Brett Whiteley and Martin Sharp. SHEAD is the Winner of the prestigious Archibald Prize (1993) and the Dobell Prize in 2004. In 1967 SHEAD won the Young Contemporaries art prize competition by the Central Art School in Sydney and travelled to Japan embarking on an expedition to the Sepik Highlands in Papua New Guinea. SHEAD work is represented by most significant National and international collections. SHEAD painting 'Queen of Suburbia' sold for $432,000 and 'Revelation' sold for $312,000.

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Artist: Garry SHEAD B.1942
Title:
Checkmate 2002 DH Lawrence Series
Medium:
Collagraph 
Edition: 80
Paper Dimensions:
76 cm x 102 cm
Paper:
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Artist: Garry SHEAD B.1942
Title:
The
Awakening 2002 DH Lawrence Series
Medium:
Collagraph  Edition: 80
Paper Dimensions: 77 cm x 102 cm
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Artist: Garry SHEAD B.1942
Title:
Thirroul 2002 DH Lawrence Series
Medium:
Collagraph  Edition: 80
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Artist: Garry SHEAD B.1942
Title:
The Arrival 2003 DH Lawrence Series
Medium:
Collagraph  Edition: 80
Paper Dimensions: 77 cm x 102 cm
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Artist: Garry SHEAD B.1942
Title:
The Sacrifice  Edition: 65 Colour: 9 Plates: 4
Medium:
Multi-plate Colour Etching
Paper Dimensions: 78 cm x 108 cm
Paper: Hahnemuhle 100% Rag 300 gsm
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Artist: Garry SHEAD B.1942
Title:
The Wave 2003 DH Lawrence Series
Medium:
Collagraph  Edition: 80
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Artist: Garry SHEAD B.1942
Title:
The Bride
Edition: 55  Color: 15  Plate: 2
Medium:
Multi-plate Colour Etching
Paper: Hahnemuhle 100% Rag 300 gsm
Paper Dimensions: 79 cm x 109 cm
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Artist: Garry SHEAD B.1942
Title:
Supper
Edition:  80
Medium:
Collagraph
Paper Dimensions: 77 cm x 102 cm
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Artist: Garry SHEAD B.1942
Title:
Stockman Dream
Medium:
Multi-plate Etching
Edition: 40
Colours: 6 Plates: 4
Paper Dimensions:
72 cm x 79 cm
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Artist: Garry SHEAD B. 1942
Title:
Stockman's dream
Medium: Etching Colours: 6 Plates: 4
Paper Dimensions: 72 x 79 cm

Collection: National Gallery of Australia
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Artist: Garry SHEAD B.1942
Title:
The Horse Breaker
Edition: 55
Colours: 6 Plates: 4
Medium: Multi-plate
Etching
Paper Dimensions: 72 cm x 79 cm
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Artist: Garry SHEAD B.1942
Title:
The horse breaker
Medium:
Etching Colours: 6 Plates: 4
Paper Dimensions: 72 x 79 cm

Collection: National Gallery of Australia
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Artist: Garry SHEAD B.1942
Title:
Kingfisher 2
Medium:
colour ink screen-print
Paper Dimensions: 75.8 x 56.6 cm
Collection: National Gallery of Australia
Collection: National Gallery of Australia

Artist: Garry SHEAD B.1942
Title:
Old Man Roo
Medium:
screen-print
Paper Dimensions: 75.5 x 56.4 cm
Collection: National Gallery of Australia

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Artist: Garry SHEAD 
Title: The Dancing Lesson
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Image Size: 76 cm x 62 cm
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Artist Garry SHEAD
Title: Bondi 1968
Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 216.5 x 137.5 cm
Collection: Art Gallery of NSW Sydney

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Artist Garry SHEAD
Title: The Studio 2001
Medium: Oil on canvas

Size: 183 x 198 cm
Collection: Art Gallery of NSW Sydney

Artist: Garry SHEAD
Title:
Martin Sharp 1986
Medium: oil on canvas
Size:
198 x 122 cm
Collection: National Portrait Gallery Canberra

 

Garry Shead Biography

Garry Shead is narrative painter, printmaker and ceramic artist, trained at the National Art School, Sydney between 1961 and 1962. He originally worked in media, as an editor of publications related to Oz Magazine and as a scenic artist and film editor for the ABC during the 1960’s. Shead has exhibited in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide since the 1960’s.

Garry Shead exhibitions include the Archibald, Wynne, Sulman and Moran Prizes at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney.

Born 1942, Sydney, Australia

Garry Shead is narrative painter, printmaker and ceramic artist. Garry Shead trained at the National Art School, Sydney between 1961 and 1962. He originally worked in media, as an editor of publications related to Oz Magazine and as a scenic artist and film editor for the ABC during the 1960’s.

Shead has exhibited in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide since the 1960’s. His work has been included in group exhibitions including the Archibald, Wynne, Sulman and Moran Prizes at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney.

Shead was awarded the Young Contemporaries Prize by the Central Art School in Sydney, 1967, the Archibald Prize in 1993 and the Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris through the Power Institute in 1973.

Shead was artist in residence at Karolyi Foundation Studio in Venice through the Victorian Arts Board in 1982 and has completed residencies with the indigenous artists of Lockhart River.

Shead’s work is held by the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; the Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide and several regional galleries. Several monographs on his work have been published including ‘The DH Lawrence Paintings’ 1993, and ‘Garry Shead and the Erotic Muse’ 2001.

1961-62 Studied at National Art School, Sydney 1963-67 Scenic artist with ABC TV Editor The Arty Wild Oat (with Martin Sharp, John Firth-Smith, Ian Van Wieringen) Cartoons published in Oz, The Bulletin, The Sydney Morning Herald, Honi Soit Travelled to Japan

1968 Expedition to Sepik Highlands, Papua New Guinea

1972 Artist in residence, Power Studio, Cité des Arts, Paris

1981 Artist in residence, Michael Karolyi Foundation, Vence, France Travelled to Italy, Spain and Holland

1982 Lived in Hungary

1989-90 Travelled to New York, London and Budapest

1994 Series of fifteen etchings The Kangaroo Suite co-published by the artist and Studio One Print Workshop, Canberra

1997-98 Series of nine etchings The Royal Suite co-published by the artist and the Northern Territory University Printmaking Workshop

1998-2010 Travelled to Greece, France, Hungary and UK

2010 Travelled to New Zealand, UAE, Syria, Lebanon, Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Turkey, Greece

2011 Travelled to Venice Biennale, Italy and Croatia

2012 Travelled to Ubud, Bali

2013 Travelled to Italy, Mexico and Cuba

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2016 ‘The Divine Comedy’, Australian Galleries, Sydney

2014 ‘The Antipodean Divine Comedy’, Australian Galleries, Roylston Street, Sydney

2013 ‘The Muse of Mount Pleasant’, Greenaway Galleries, Adelaide

2012 ‘A Personal Diary’ (works on paper), Maitland Regional Art Gallery, Maitland, NSW

2011 ‘Love on Mount Pleasant, Garry Shead Toasts Maurice O’Shea’, Philip Bacon Galleries, Brisbane

2010 ‘Love on Mount Pleasant, Garry Shead Toasts Maurice O’Shea’, Australian Galleries, Roylston Street, Sydney

‘Garry Shead Exhibition’ Solander Galleries, Canberra

‘Love on Mount Pleasant, Garry Shead Toasts Maurice O’Shea’ Maitland Regional Art Gallery, Maitland, NSW

2009 ‘Precursive Paintings’, Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide

‘Love on Mount Pleasant, Garry Shead Toasts Maurice O’Shea’ Orange Regional Gallery, Orange, NSW

2006 ‘The Apotheosis of Ern Malley’, Phillip Bacon Galleries, Brisbane

2005 ‘Apotheosis of Ern Malley’, Australian Galleries, Melbourne

2004 ‘Apotheosis of Ern Malley’, Hazlehurst Regional Gallery and Arts Centre, Sydney

2003 ‘Ern Malley Series’, Bathurst Regional Gallery – ceramic urns in collaboration with Lino Alvarez, Bathurst, NSW 17 September

2016 ‘The Apotheosis of Ern Malley’, Australian Galleries, Sydney

‘The Apotheosis of Ern Malley’, Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide

2001 ‘Recent Paintings’, Australian Galleries, Melbourne

‘The Painters Progress’, Savill Galleries, Sydney

2000 ‘Artist and the Muse’, Australian Galleries, Sydney

‘Artist and the Muse’, Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide

1999 ‘Artist and the Muse’, Philip Bacon Galleries, Brisbane

1997 Seywald Gallery, Salzburg, Austria

‘Dance’, Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide

‘The Royal Suite’, Michael Nagy Fine Art, Sydney

1996 ‘The Royal Suite’, Philip Bacon Galleries, Brisbane

Lyall Burton Gallery, Melbourne

1995 ‘The Royal Suite’, Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide

Solander Gallery, Canberra Michael Nagy Fine Art, Sydney

1994 Dover Street Gallery, London

‘The Kangaroo Suite’, Studio One Print Workshop Gallery, Canberra

1993 Greenaway Art Gallery, Adelaide Lyall Burton Gallery, Melbourne

Philip Bacon Galleries, Brisbane ‘D.H. Lawrence Series’, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1992 ‘Kangaroo: D. H. Lawrence at Thirroul’, Solander Gallery, Canberra Wollongong City Gallery, Wollongong, NSW

‘D. H. Lawrence Series’, Michael Nagy Fine Art, Sydney

1991 ‘Bundeena Series’, Solander Gallery, Canberra

‘Outback Paintings’, Philip Bacon Galleries, Brisbane

1990 BMG Galleries, Adelaide

1989 ‘Garry Shead: Metamorphosis’, Greenhill Galleries, Perth

1988 ‘Outback Ballad and Recent Paintings’, William Mora Galleries, Melbourne ‘Survey 1966-76 and Recent Paintings’, Artmet, Sydney

1987 ‘Garry Shead: Recent Paintings’, ‘Outback Series’, Solander Gallery, Canberra

1985 Gary Anderson Gallery, Sydney

1984 ‘Prints’, survey exhibition of Shead’s printmaking, The Print Source, Sydney

1983 ‘Recent Paintings’, Hogarth Galleries, Sydney

1981 ‘Waters of Transfiguration and Other Paintings’, Hogarth Galleries, Sydney

‘Garry Shead: Paintings and Drawings from France’, Hogarth Galleries, Sydney

1980 ‘Paintings and Watercolours’, Stairs Gallery, Wollongong, NSW

1978 Abraxas Gallery, Canberra

1976 ‘Paintings and Drawings’, Abraxas Gallery, Canberra ‘The Graal Paintings’, Hogarth Gallery, Sydney

‘Drawings’, Ray Hughes Gallery, Brisbane

‘Baptism Series’, Jura Art Gallery, Coffs Harbour, NSW

1975 Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney Watters Gallery, Sydney Abraxas Gallery, Canberra

1974 ‘What are the Wild Waves Saying?’, Watters Gallery, Sydney

1973 ‘Paintings 1962-73’ Watters Gallery, Sydney

1969 ‘Birallee Landscape’, Watters Gallery, Sydney

1968 ‘Oh what a beaut view and Other Paintings’, Watters Gallery, Sydney

1967 ‘Wanda and Lane Cove Series’, Watters Gallery, Sydney

1966 ‘Wahroonga Lady in Her Naked Lunch’, Watters Gallery, Sydney 17 September 2016

 ‘Paintings of Maurice O’Shea’, Watters Gallery, Sydney

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2016 ‘Conjuring, Alchemy and Allure’, Australian Galleries, Melbourne

‘The Phantom Show’ (Travelling exhibition), Artspace Mackay, QLD; Toowoomba Regional Art Gallery, QLD; Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery, NSW; Tweed Regional Gallery, NSW

2015 ‘An exhibition of paintings, sculpture & works on paper’, Australian Galleries, Roylston Street, Sydney

‘The Phantom Show’, Wollongong Art Gallery, Wollongong, NSW

2014 ‘The Phantom Show’, Australian Galleries, Roylston Street, Sydney

‘Pop to Popism’, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

‘The Great Print Revival’ Berkeley Editions at Linton and Kay Gallery, Perth

‘one of each’, Australian Galleries, Derby Street, Melbourne

2013 ‘Australia Day 2013: Celebratory exhibition’, Australian Galleries, Derby Street, Melbourne

‘Australian Galleries at Gallows Gallery’, Gallows Gallery, Perth

2012 Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

2011 ‘large exhibition of small works’, Australian Galleries, Roylston Street, Sydney

‘large exhibition of small works’, Australian Galleries, Derby Street, Melbourne

‘Summer Exhibition’, Australian Galleries, Roylston Street, Sydney

2011 Grafikens Hus, Works on paper Mariefred, Sweden

2010 ‘Works on paper’ Berkeley Editions Southport, Gold Coast

‘Works on paper’ BHE artists in residence Skopelos, Greece

‘The Painted Chairs’- Sydney Writer’s Festival

‘Summer show’, Australian Galleries, Glenmore Road, Sydney

‘Australian Masters 2010’, Solander Gallery, Canberra

‘Artists’ Prints made with Integrity I’, Australian Galleries, Smith Street, Melbourne

‘Salon des Refusés’, S.H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney

2009 ‘Stock show’, Australian Galleries, Glenmore Road, Sydney

‘A Sculpture by…’, Australian Galleries, Roylston Street, Sydney

‘A Sculpture by…’, Australian Galleries, Derby Street, Melbourne

‘Ceramics, Contemporary Australian artists in Ceramic’, Australian Galleries at Mary Place, Sydney,

Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

2008 ‘Group exhibition’, Australian Galleries, Roylston Street, Sydney

‘Stock Show’, Australian Galleries, Glenmore Road, Sydney

‘Garry Shead, Adam Rish, Stephen Roach & Greg Weight’, Australian Galleries, Glenmore Road, Sydney

‘Wish you were here’, Tweed River Art Gallery, Murwillumbah South, NSW

2007 ‘Summer Stock Show’, Australian Galleries Works on Paper, Sydney

Judit Shead ‘Sculpture’, Garry Shead ‘Recent Paintings’, Australian Galleries, Sydney

‘Dusk to dawn’, The Delmar Gallery, Sydney

‘Cuisine & Country’, Orange Regional Gallery, Orange, NSW

‘The Story of Australian Printmaking; 1801-2005’, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

2006 ‘Stock Show’, Australian Galleries, Melbourne

‘Summery’, Australian Galleries Painting & Sculpture, Sydney

‘50th Anniversary Exhibition’, 5th June, Australian Galleries, Melbourne 17 September 2016

 ‘Fine Australian Prints and Drawings’, Australian Galleries Works on Paper, Melbourne

2005 ‘End of Year Group Exhibition’, Australian Galleries Painting & Sculpture, Sydney

Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

‘Fireworks, Tracing the incendiary in Australian art’, Artspace travelling exhibition, Mackay, QLD; Rockhampton, QLD; Townsville, QLD; Gladstone, QLD; Hazlehurst, NSW; Wagga Wagga, NSW; Bathurst, NSW; Ballarat, VIC; Mornington Peninsula, VIC and University Art Museum, University of Queensland, Brisbane

2004 Dobell Prize for Drawing (Winner), Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

ILLOS the art of contemporary illustration, New Contemporaries, Sydney

‘In the presence of all creatures great and small’, Australian Galleries Works on Paper, Sydney

2003 ‘Kelly culture’, Reconstructing Ned Kelly, State Library of Victoria, Melbourne

2002 ‘The Easter Show’, Australian Galleries Works on Paper, Sydney

2001 ‘Contemporary Australian Works on Paper’, Australian Galleries Works on Paper, Sydney

‘Australian Works on Paper’, Australian Galleries Works on Paper, Sydney

2000 ‘Fine Paintings, Sculpture and Tapestry’, Australian Galleries, Sydney

Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1998 Sulman Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney Blake Prize, Darling Park Gallery, Sydney

‘Swingtime: East Coast – West Coast’, Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery, Perth

1997 ‘Redland’s Westpac Art Prize’, Westpac Gallery, Melbourne

Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1996 Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney Sulman Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney Doug Moran National Portrait Prize, touring exhibition

1995 Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

Sulman Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

‘The Lovers’, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne

1994 Sulman Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney Blake Prize, Blaxland Gallery, Sydney

‘The Lovers’, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne

1993 Blake Prize, Blaxland Gallery, Sydney Archibald Prize (Winner), Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1992 ‘Tony Coleing and Friends’, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

Blake Prize, Blaxland Gallery, Sydney

Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1991 ‘The Phantom Show’, DC Art, Sydney

Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1990 ‘Environment’, Greenhill Galleries, Perth Sulman Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney ‘Yellow House’, Josef Lebovic Gallery, Sydney

1989 ‘A Horse Show’, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne ‘Prints and Australia’, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

1988 ‘Portraits of Australia’, Doug Moran National Portrait Prize Collection, National Touring Exhibition First Australian Contemporary Art Fair, Melbourne ‘The Caddy Collection’, Watters Gallery, Sydney

1987 Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

‘Modern Australian Painting’, Charles Nodrum Gallery, Melbourne

Doug Moran National Portrait Prize, Australia 17 September 2016

1986 Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

Blake Prize for Religious Art, touring exhibition, Hobart; Melbourne; Tamworth, NSW; Brisbane; Townsville, QLD

Mahlab Art Prize (Winner), New South Wales Law Society, Sydney

1985 Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

‘Recent Acquisitions of Australian Prints’, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

‘Sydney Art of the 1960s’, Garry Anderson Gallery, Sydney

1984 ‘Portrait Today’, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Herald Art Prize, Blaxland Gallery, Sydney

Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1983 Blake Prize, Blaxland Gallery, Sydney

1982 ‘The Sydney Harbour Bridge 1932-1982’, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1981 ‘Contemporary Australian Prints since 1975’, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

1980 ‘First Sydney Annual Exhibition’, Reids’ Gallery, Sydney

‘The Playboy Art Collection’, Hogarth Galleries, Sydney

1978 John McCaughey Memorial Art Prize, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

1977 ‘Ghost Who Walks Can Never Die: An exhibition of comic strip and other superheroes in Australian art’, Newcastle Regional Art Gallery, Newcastle, NSW

‘Images of Creation’ and ‘Cross the Border’, etchings, Hogarth Galleries, Sydney

‘Port Jackson Press’, Barry Stern’s Exhibiting Gallery, Sydney

Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

‘Landscape and Image’, South East Asia Touring Exhibition

‘Ballarat Golden Jubilee Exhibition’, Ballarat, VIC

1976 ‘Apocalypse Exhibition’, Hogarth Galleries, Sydney

1975 Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

‘Ocker Funk’, Watters Gallery, Sydney

‘Georges Invitation Art Prize’, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

1974 ‘United States and Australian Funk Art’, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney ‘The Witworks’, Mildura Arts Centre, Mildura, VIC ‘Phillip Morris Exhibition’, Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, Ballarat, VIC Georges Invitation Art Prize, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne ‘Ten Years’, Watters Gallery, Sydney

1973 ‘Ghost Who Walks’, Newcastle Region Art Gallery, Newcastle, NSW

1972 ‘The Phantom Show’, Chapman Powell Street Gallery, Melbourne

1968 ‘Arts Vietnam’, Gallery A, Melbourne and Sydney

Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

Young Contemporaries Prize, Blaxland Gallery, Sydney

1967 ‘Four Sydney Painters’, Tolarno Gallery, Melbourne ‘The Australian Nude’, Gallery A, Melbourne and Sydney

Young Contemporaries Prize (Winner), Blaxland Gallery, Sydney

1966 Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1965 Watters Gallery, Sydney

1964 ‘Young Minds’, Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne

1961 Archibald Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

AWARDS

2004 Dobell Prize for Drawing (Winner), Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

1993 Archibald Prize (Winner), Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney 17 September 2016

1986 Mahlab Art Prize (Winner), New South Wales Law Society, Sydney

1967 Young Contemporaries Prize (Winner), Blaxland Gallery, Sydney

COLLECTIONS

Artbank, Sydney

Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide

Australian National University Art Collection, Canberra

Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, Ballarat, VIC

Brisbane City Art Collection, Brisbane

Gold Coast City Art Gallery

Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, Lake Macquarie, NSW

Mildura Art Centre, Mildura, NSW

National Film Library, Canberra

National Gallery of Australia, Canberra

National Museum, Budapest, Hungary

National Portrait Gallery, Canberra

Newcastle Region Art Gallery, Newcastle, NSW

Northern Territory University Art Collection, Darwin

Parliament House Art Collection, Canberra

Phillip Morris Collection, Canberra

Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane

Queensland University of Technology Art Collection, Brisbane

Shepparton Art Gallery, Shepparton, VIC

State Bank Collection, Sydney

Sydney Morning Herald Collection, Sydney

University of New South Wales Art Collection, Sydney

University of Western Australia Art Collection, Perth

Visual Arts and Crafts Board, Sydney

Wollongong City Art Gallery, Wollongong, NSW

National Gallery of Australia - Canberra

Gallery of New South Wales - Sydney

Art Gallery of South Australia - Adelaide

Queensland Art Gallery - Brisbane

Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery

Newcastle Regional Art

Wollongong City Art Gallery

National Museum, Budapest, Hungary

Visual Arts and Crafts Board, Sydney

Phillip Morris Collection, Canberra

Sydney Morning Herald Collection, Sydney

State Bank, Sydney; University of Western Australia

University of New South Wales

Australian National University

Queensland University of Technology Brisbane City Art Collection

National Film Library

Parliament House Art Collection, Canberra

National Gallery of Australia

Gallery of New South Wales

Art Gallery of South Australia

Queensland Art Gallery

Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery,

Newcastle Regional Art Gallery

Wollongong City Art Gallery

Hungarian National Museum, Budapest Hungary

Shepparton Art Museum Gallery

Sydney Morning Herald Collection

State Bank of India Sydney,

University of Western Australia

University of NSW,

Australian National University

Queensland University of Technology

Brisbane City Art Collection

Artbank Sydney

National Film Library

Parliament House Canberra

National Portrait Gallery and numerous private and corporate collections, both nationally and internationally.

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Videos and Reviews 

VIDEOS

VIDEO: Garry Shead talking about art and the meaning behind his work with Berkeley Editions The Bride (Mount Pleasant).

VIDEO: An Interview with Garry Shead and Martin Sharp 2 min - 24 Feb 2009

VIDEO: Garry Shead talking about art of etching and the meaning behind his latest work with Berkeley Editions The Bride (Mount Pleasant) - 6 minutes

VIDEO: ABC TV Sunday Afternoon, Australian National Art Review, Boyd family exhibiting together for the first time under one roof,  in Galeria Aniela fine art gallery, NSW

ABC TV Sunday Afternoon Boyd exhibition in Galeria Aniela  VIDEO gallery site

VIDEO: Best of Boyd exhibition in Galeria Aniela on the ABC TV Australian National News 
Best of Boyd exhibition in Galeria Aniela (Click on the image)  Aniela talks about art

 

VIDEO: ABC TV Australian National News, Review, Best of Boyd exhibition officially open by Cameron O'Reilly, Deputy Chairman Australia National Art Gallery in Galeria Aniela, NSW, Australia
the ABC TV National News,  the Best of Boyd exhibition at Galeria Aniela May 1997  VIDEO gallery site

VIDEO: ABC TV Sunday Afternoon, Cameron O'Reilly, Deputy Chairman Australian National Art Gallery Canberra open the exhibition in Galeria Aniela
Best of Boyd exhibition in Galeria Aniela (Click on the image) VIDEO
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John Perceval Retrospective ABC TV News, Art Review by Anne Maria Nicholson, the Senior Journalist ABC TV and Current Affairs, artworks 1946-1999 for public viewing and acquisition on ABC TV Australian National News, Galeria Aniela, NSW

the ABC TV National News John Perceval Retrospective at Galeria Aniela, August 2000 VIDEO gallery site - watch now

VIDEO: Charles Blackman Art Review by Walter Granek, the Blackman Trust Curator, Retrospective Exhibition artworks 1945-1985 for public viewing and acquisition in Galeria Aniela, NSW copyright
VIDEO Charles Blackman exhibition reviewed by the Blackman Trust Curator, Walter Granek, paintings (1945-1985)
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VIDEO: Charles Blackman Dreams with Barry Humphries   

VIDEO: Hon. Bob Hawke the longest serving Prime Minister of Australia talks about the significant contribution of Aboriginal art and culture

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What is a limited edition print? 

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A Limited Edition graphic work is derived from an image produced from a block, a plate, a stone, on zinc, copper or some similar surface on which the artist has worked closely with a print maker or master printer. Unlike paintings or drawings, prints exist in multiples. The total number of impressions an artist decides to make for any one image is called an edition.

Each impression in an edition is numbered and personally signed by the artist.

An image may be based on an original painting, 'after an oil', or the artist (as in the case of Arthur Boyd) may paint "maquettes" specifically for prints. The artist may also create an image directly onto the plates, depending upon the chosen medium.

Each of the various methods of printmaking yields a distinct appearance. Artists choose a specific technique in order to achieve a desired result. The choice made by the artist to produce an image "in print" is the same as choosing to work in oil or any other medium. The only difference in print lies in the possibility of producing a number of near identical images

Collagraph

Collagraphs can combine the techniques of both Relief and Intaglio printing and provide the opportunity to achieve wonderful colours and textures. Collagraphs are created by building up the texture on the surface of the plate which is then inked in relief and printed. A multiple of colours is then applied to the surface of the plate and reprinted until the final image is captured. The textured surface more closely simulates the painterly effects of the original artwork.

Etching

Etching begins with a metal plate, usually of copper, that has been covered with a waxy surface called a "ground". The artist creates a composition by drawing through the ground to expose the metal. The plate is then immersed in an acid bath that chemically dissolves the exposed lines. The ground is then removed, ink is introduced into the incised lines and the plate is wiped clean. The plate is then covered with dampened paper and run through a press under great pressure in order to force the paper into the lines, resulting in the raised characteristic of etching

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