Australian Art

CAROL MURPHY





Born: 1957 Donald, Vic.
  • Established
Carol Murphy
Carol Murphy

SELECTED BIOGRAPHY
1957 Born in Donald, Victoria.
1975-76 Studied Sculpture/Painting, Ballarat College of Fine Arts, VIC.
1977 Studied Sculpture/Photography, Alexander Mackie CAE, Sydney.
1980-87 Studied (p/t) Drawing, Screen Printing, Pattern Making and Ceramics, East Sydney Technical College, Sydney.
1990-92 Completed Ceramics Diploma Course (3 years), East Sydney Technical College.


SOLO EXHIBITIONS
1994 Lost Objects, Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
1995 Céramics et Bricollage, Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
1997 The Silent Tempest, Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
1998 Introspective, Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
Coquillage, Galerie Helen Gory, Melbourne.
2000 Variations of the Drunken Gentleman, Access Contemporary Art Gallery.
2001 Ceramics, Dickerson Gallery, Melbourne.
2002 Primitif, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
2003 Reclining Figures, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.

SELECTED MIXED EXHIBITIONS
1984 Exposivo, Exhibition and Performance, 370 Pitt Street, Sydney.
1987 Self Portrait Show, COG Gallery, Sydney.
1989 Nothing to Declare, Suitcase Show, Post Squared Gallery, Sydney.
Four Seasons Exhibition, Sylvestor Studios, Redfern.
1990 The Andy Wardrobe Show, EMR Gallery, Redfern.
1992 All Fired Up, Ceramics Exhibition, Cellblock, East Sydney Technical College.
1996 Fishers Ghost Art Award, Campbelltown Art Gallery.
Sentinel, Potters' Society of Australia, Manly Art Gallery & Museum, Sydney.
1999 New Sculpture 1999, Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
2000 Ceramics - The Australian Context, Campbelltown City Bicentennial Art Gallery.
19th National Craft Acquisition Award, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory.
2001 Contemporary Ceramics, Nick Mitzevich Gallery, Newcastle.
Vessel, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery.
Represented Artists, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
2002 New Objects/New Things, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
Three Colours - Red, Brenda May Gallery, Syd.
Self Portrait Show, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
1st Birthday Show, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
2003 Sculpture 2003 - Dangerous Toys, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
Dickerson Gallery, Melbourne, Victoria.
Ceramics: The Australian and New Zealand Context, Campbelltown City Bicentennial Art Gallery, NSW.
Three Colours - Blue, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
2004 Sculpture 2004 - Rock, Paper, Scissors, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
Three Colours - White, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.

AWARDS/PRIZES
1995 Awarded 3 Month Residency at the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris.
2000 Acquired, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin.

PUBLISHED/REPRODUCED
1984 Artist uncovers her fatlady and finds some fans, Melbourne Age, Steve Packer, July.
Prints Appeal, Follow Me Magazine, No.13, Oct/Nov.
1994 Australian, Elwyn Lynn, Jan 29/30.
Lost Objects, Ceramics: Art and Perception, Janice Raynor, No.17, 1994.
1995 Who's Who of Australian Visual Artists, DW Thorpe (in association with NAVA).
1996 Snapshot, Object, No.4, 1996.
1997 Profile, Art Almanac, April.
Reproduced, Domain, SMH, April 3.
SMH, Bruce James, April 4.
Review/Reproduction, The Silent Tempest, Janice Raynor, Pottery in Australia, Vol.36 No.3, Spring, pp42-44
1998 Reproduced, Domain, SMH, July 23.
Repro/Article, Sun-Herald, Timeout, July 26.
Profile, Art Almanac, Oct.
2000 Catalogue, 19th National Craft Acquisition Award 2000, Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory, Darwin.
Ceramics The Australian Context, Catalogue, Campbelltown City Art Gallery, QSM Press, Qld.
Metro, SMH, July 7-13.
Profile, Art Almanac, July.
Review, Galleries, Courtney Kidd, SMH, Aug 2.
Critic's Pick, Exhibitions, Metro, SMH, Aug 4.
2003 Human Rights Defender, vol. 12, issue 3,
pages 26, 27 & 31.
2004 TV Feature, ‘Today’ Show, TCN9, Jan 28.
Reproduced, Pottery in Australia, Vol 43#1, p4.

REPRESENTED
Campbelltown Bicentennial Art Gallery, NSW; Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory; Manly Art Gallery & Museum, NSW; Artbank; Queensland University of Technology Art Collection; Baker & MacKenzie, Solicitors, Sydney.

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