Australian Art

HADYN WILSON





Born: 1955 Sydney, NSW.
  • Established
Hadyn Wilson
Hadyn Wilson

SELECTED BIOGRAPHY
1955 Born Sydney.
1974-75 Julian Ashton Art School, Sydney.
1976-77 East Sydney Technical College.
1986/87 Conducted Painting Workshops, Bathurst University, NSW.
1987-92 Lecturer (p/t), Julian Ashton Art School, Sydney.
1990 Study Tour (6 months), NY, Prague.
1992 Graduate Diploma of Art, Canberra School of Arts, Institute of Arts, ANU.
1993-95 MFA, COFA, University of NSW.
1999 Teaching Drawing (p/t), COFA, UNSW.


SOLO EXHIBITIONS
1978 Contemporary Art Society of SA, Adelaide.
1980 Contemporary Art Society of SA, Adelaide.
1985 Arundle Gallery, Sussex, England.
1986 NSW House Gallery, London.
1987 Bloomfield Galleries, Sydney.
1988 Bloomfield Galleries, Sydney.
1990 Painters Gallery, Sydney.
1991 Greenpeace Australia, Balmain & Surry Hills.
1992 Holdsworth Gallery, Sydney.
1993 Australian National University, Institute of Arts Gallery.
1994 Access Contemporary Art Gallery and The Foyer Gallery, ABC Building, Sydney.
1995 Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
1997 Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
Between Art & Nature, Australian Perspecta, UTS, Sydney.
1998 Sculpture Symposium, Sydney Park, South Sydney Council.
1999 A Votive Thing, Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
2000 Sentient Matters, UTS Gallery, University of Technology, Sydney.
2001 Centenary of Federation, Lucinda Project, Mosman Regional Gallery, Sydney.
2002 Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
2003 Sentinent Matters, Metro5 Gallery, Melbourne.
2004 Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.

SELECTED MIXED EXHIBITIONS
1978/80 Contemporary Art Society of SA, Adelaide.
1984 Sulman Prize Exhibition, AGNSW.
1985 Arundal Gallery, Sussex, England.
1986 NSW House Gallery, London, UK.
1987 Works on Paper, Bloomfield Gallery, Syd.
Sulman Prize Exhibition, AGNSW.
1988 ACAF•1, Royal Exhibition Building, Melb.
A Shared Cup and Other Works, Bloomfield Galleries, Sydney
1989 Intimate Drawing, Survey of Contemporary Australian Drawings, Coventry Gallery, Syd.
Contemporary Australian Collage, Painters Gallery, Sydney.
Alice Springs Selection Exhibition, NT.
Faber-Castell Drawing Prize, Sydney.
Inside the Glasshouse, Tin Sheds Gallery, Sydney University.
1990 ACAF•2, Royal Exhibition Building, Melb.
Amnesty International Figurative Art Award Exhibition, Painters Gallery, Sydney.
Man and Nature, Painters Gallery, Sydney.
1991 Greenpeace Australia, Balmain and Surry Hills foyers.
1992 Faber-Castell Drawing Prize, Holdsworth Galleries, Sydney.
The Drawing Centre, Wooster Street, Soho, NY, USA.
1993 PG93 Exhibition, Canberra School of Art, Australian National University.
1994 ABC Foyer Gallery, Ultimo, Sydney.
1995 Sulman Prize Exhibition, AGNSW.
The Tarra Wall Project, Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
1996 Redlands Westpac Invitational Art Prize, Sydney.
Mosman Art Prize, Sydney.
ACAF•5, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne.
1997 Australian Perspecta, The University of Technology, Sydney.
1998 Joyce and the Nymph, James Joyce Foundation, Coach House, Sydney.
The Rose, Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, NSW.
Sculpture by the Sea, Sydney.
Sculpture Symposium, Sydney Park, South Sydney Council.
1999 Sulman Prize Exhibition, AGNSW.
The Redlands Westpac Art Prize, Mosman Region Art Gallery, Sydney.
A Votive Thing, Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
2000 The Frank Saxby Art Acquisitions 2000, Manning Regional Art Gallery, Taree, NSW.
Artfair 2000, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne.
2001 Represented Artists, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
Lucinda sculpture, Centenary exhibition, Mosman Regional Gallery, Sydney.
5x5 Exhibition, Metro5 Gallery, Melbourne.
2002 New Objects/New Things Pt.2, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
Three Colours - Red, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
Self Portrait, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
1st Birthday Show, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
Small Gems, Metro5 Gallery, Melbourne.
2003 Three Colours - Blue, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
The State of Art, Peace, Manly Regional Gallery, Sydney.
2004 The Frank Saxby Bequest Intivation Art Acquisitions Prize, Manning Regional Art Gallery, Taree.
Three Colours - White, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
The State of Art, Peace, touring to nine Regional Galleries throughout NSW.

AWARDS/PRIZES/COMMISSIONS
1983 Sydney Morning Herald Travelling Art Scholarship, Dyason Bequest, Art Gallery of NSW.
1988 Mosman Art Prize.
1990 Qantas Amnesty International Figurative Art Award.
Major commission for Vault Restaurant, Sydney.
1998 South Sydney Council Sculpture Symposium Award.

PUBLISHED/REPRODUCED - SELECTED
1983 SMH, Terrence Maloon, Oct 17.
SMH, Terrence Maloon, Oct.
1985 Galleries, Lorrain Macguiness, London, Aug.
London Weekly Diary, Patricia Still, Aug.
1989 Exhibition Commentary, Art & Aust., Vol.26 No.3.
1990 SMH, Peter Cochrane, Dec.
1992 Australian, Elwyn Lynn, March.
1995 Who's Who of Australian Visual Artists, DW Thorpe (in association with NAVA).
1997 SMH, Bruce James, April 4.
SMH, John McDonald, Aug 23.
Art Monthly, Steven Giese, Oct, p4.
1998 Images 3, Nevill Drury, Craftsman House.
Newcastle Herald, Jill Stowell, May 16, p6.
1999 City File, SMH, Bruce James, Aug 18.
2000 The Australian, Mike Steketee, Oct 28-29.
2001 SMH, Sharon Verghis, Jan 3.
2003 SMH, John Huxley, April.

REPRESENTED
Manning Regional Art Gallery, NSW; ANU, Canberra; University of NSW, Sydney; UTS Collection, Sydney; Artbank; Dobell Foundation Collection; The Wesley Art Foundation, Brisbane; The Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Sydney; Sydney Morning Herald Collection; AMP, Sydney; Baker & McKenzie, Sydney; The Drawing Centre Collection, New York, USA; Private Collections, Australia, Singapore, UK, USA.

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