Australian Art

DALIA

Aim To Please
Aim To Please

AKA: Dalia

Born: 1949
  • Contemporary
  • Drawings
  • Figurative
  • Installation
  • Landscape
  • Mixed Media
  • Painter
  • Performance
  • Portrait
  • Sculptor
  • Established
Cultural Balance
Cultural Balance

Born in 1949 to Lithuanian parents. Migrated to Australia in 1949. Was raised and educated in Melbourne. Married psychologist; Henry Antanaitis , has three sons.
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DALIA - CV

1996 Master of Arts (Fine Art), RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
1994 Honours in Fine Art, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia
1991 Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art), RMIT University, Melbourne, Victoria

Solo Exhibitions
2002 Vartai Gallery, Vilnius Lithuania
2002 “I am woman” - Span Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
1997 “Cargo - Destination Bonegilla”, Albury city Council foyer, Australia
1996 “Baggage Reclaimed II”, First Site Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
1996 “Baggage Reclaimed I”, Daring Gallery, Richmond, Australia
1994 “Dichotomy II”, RMIT Union Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
1991 Swanston St. Gallery, Melbourne, Australia

Twenty Four Group Exhibitions
Selected Group Exhibitions
2001 “Lost & Found in your Neighbourhood”, Ames Centre, Box Hill, Melbourne
2001 “Lost and Found”, An Exibition of Singular and Collaborative Works Koorie
Heritage Trust, Melbourne, Australia
2000/01 “From the Steps of Bonegilla”, Immigration Museum, Melbourne, Australia
1999 “The Divine Comedy”, Salvador Dali International Art Exhibition, Art Sans
Frontieres Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
1999 “Third World Samogitian Art Exhibition”, Plunge Art Museum, Lithuania
1995 “National Womens Art Exhibition”, Grand Central Gallery,
Melbourne Australia
1993 “An Act of Passion”, Doncaster Gallery, Doncaster, Australia
1993 “Artworkz 5”, (In conjunction with the 5th Australian Sculpture Triennal), Gallery
101, Melbourne, Australia
1990 “In-Tension”, Swanston St. Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
1990 “Disclosures”, The Artist’s Garden Gallery, Fitzroy, Australia

Collections
Albury Regional Museum, N.S.W., Australia
M.K. Ciurlionis State Museum of Art, Kaunas, Lithuania
Plunge Art Museum, Lithuania
“Kazokyne” Radvilu Rumai, Vilnius, Lithuania
Private Collections

Received Eight Art Awards for Painting and Sculpture

Commissioned Works
Gateway Suites, Painting and Sculptures for foyer, Melbourne, Australia
Six Portraits in private collections
Ceiling Sculpture, Dental Surgery, Hawthorn, Australia
Memorial Sculpture, Fawkner Cemetery, Australia

Performance and Events
1999 - “Ciurlionis” Aphids, A Cross-Cultural Lithuanian-Australian-Japanese Event, Melbourne,
Australia
1993 - “The Speaking Tree”, A Cross-Cultural Event, Melbourne Town Hall, Australia

Public Lectures
2000 - Genazzano College, Kew, Australia
1999 - Xavier College, Kew, Australia
1999 - University of Melbourne, Carlton, Australia
1997 - Linden Arts Centre, St. Kilda, Australia

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