Australian Art

SYBIL CURTIS





Born: 1943 Canungra, Qld.
  • Painter
  • Realist
  • Known
  • Established
Sybil Curtis
Sybil Curtis

SELECTED BIOGRAPHY
1943 Born Canungra, Qld.
1967 Bachelor of Science, University of Qld.


SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2008 Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
2006 Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
2005 Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
2004 Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
2003 Victor Mace Fine Art Gallery, Brisbane.
2001 Victor Mace Fine Art Gallery, Brisbane.
2000 Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
1999 Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
1998 Victor Mace Fine Art Gallery, Brisbane.
1997 Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
St John's Cathedral, Brisbane.
1995 Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
Victor Mace Fine Art Gallery, Brisbane.
1993 Swanbank Power Station, Ipswich, Qld.
Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
1992 Victor Mace Fine Art Gallery, Brisbane.
1989 Ipswich City Council Regional Art Gallery, Qld.
1988 Victor Mace Fine Art Gallery, Brisbane.
1986 Victor Mace Fine Art Gallery, Brisbane.
1983 Kelvin Grove Campus Gallery, Brisbane CAE.

MIXED EXHIBITIONS
2010 Green, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
2009 The Flower Show, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
2008 Melbourne Art Fair, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne.
2007 Art + Humour Too, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
Birthday Show, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
2006 SMALL, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
Melbourne Art Fair, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne.
2005 Women in Art Exhibition, Wesley Hospital, Brisbane, QLD.
2004 Aust Bar Association High Court Centenary Art Prize, Cbr
Three Colours - White, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
Melbourne Art Fair, Royal Exhibition Building, Melb.
Science Meets Art, Science in Parliament, QLD.
2003 Three Colours - Blue, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
Women in Art Exhibition, Wesley Hospital, Brisbane, QLD.
2002 1st Birthday Show, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
Women’s Art, Global Arts Link, Ipswich, QLD.
ACAF, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne, Vic.
Last Days at Big Harry’s Place, Global Arts Link, Ipswich.
Australian Bar Association – High Court Centenary Art
Prize, Canberra.
2001-05 Tattersall’s Club Art Prize Exhibition, Brisbane, QLD.
2001 World Chemistry Congress, QLD Uni of Technology, Bris.
Women’s Art, Global Arts Link, Ipswich, Qld.
2000 Artfair 2000, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne.
1999 Sculpture 99, Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Syd.
Sulman Prize Exhibition, AGNSW.
Pride & Place, Global ArtsLink, Ipswich, QLD.
1998 Nature, Traditional & Contemporary Visions, Cooloola Shire Gallery, Gympie, Qld.
1997 Art Nineties, University of Qld.
Reference Points IV, Queensland Art Gallery.
1994 Images 2, Exhibition and Book Launch, Access
Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
Gold Coast City Conrad Jupiters Art Prize, Gold Coast City Art Gallery, Qld.
1993-00 Birthday Show, Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Syd.
1992 Artright for Tibet, MOCA, Brisbane.
Impressions of Mining, Brisbane City Hall.
Small Works, Wide Vision, Downlands, Toowoomba, Qld.
1991 Suncorp Art Awards, Brisbane.
1990 Queensland Women Artists in Profile, Villanova College,
Brisbane.
A Guide to the Collection 1860 -1990, Ipswich City Council Regional Art Gallery, Queensland Minerals &
Energy Centre, Brisbane.
1988 A Complementary Caste, The Centre Gallery, Surfers Paradise, Qld.
1988 Gold Coast City Art Prize, Gold Coast City Art Gallery Qld.
1985 Queensland Works 1950 -1985, University Art Museum,
University of Queensland.

AWARDS/PRIZES
2003 Bendigo Bank Tattersall’s Art Prize.
2001 Bendigo Bank Tattersall’s Art Prize.
1998 Acquired, Stanthorpe Arts Festival.
1990 Allied Queensland Coal, Aberdare Art Prize.
1989 Gold Coast City Conrad Jupiters Art Prize, Qld.
1982 Redcliffe Art Society, Redcliffe Award, Qld.
1981 Caltex City of Brisbane Art Award (painting).
Rotary Club of Noosa Art Exhibition, Qld.
1980 Rotary Club of Noosa Art Exhibition, Qld.

PUBLISHED/REPRODUCED
2009 Open Gallery, Lisa Christopher, SMH, Aug 15-16, p14.
2006 Open Gallery, Kelsey Munro, SMH, Sept 9-10, p13.
2004 Human Rights Defender, vol 13, issue 3, Dec. Back cover.
2002 Women’s Art, invitation and brochures, Global Arts Link.
2001 Industrial landscape finds admirers, Courier Mail, S.
McLean, Nov 21.
Expressions, Brisbane News, T. Dalton, 28 Nov., p24.
Glittering Prizes, review, Melbourne Age, p7.
1999 City File, Bruce James, Spectrum, SMH, Jan 23.
Sun, Sea & Shadows, S. Curran, Redcliffe Council, p78.
Exploring Culture & Community for the 21st Century,
Global ArtsLink, p68.
Invitation, Global Arts Link, Ipswich, Qld.
Courier Mail, Sandra McLean, March 27, p.12.
1998 Images 3, Nevill Drury, Craftsman House.
1996 Reproduction, State of the Arts, Fifth Australian
Contemporary Art Fair, Mar-Jul, p24.
Art & Australia, Exhibition Commentary, Vol 33 No.3.
1995 Who's Who of Australian Visual Artists, DW Thorpe (in
association with NAVA).
Gallery to host anniversary of achievement exhibition,
Gladstone Observer, July 27.
1994 Encyclopaedia of Australian Art, A & S McCulloch, Allen
& Unwin.
Images 2: Contemporary Australian Painting, Nevill Drury, Craftsman House.
1993,4 Front Cover, Arena Magazine, No.8, Dec/Jan.
1993 Reproduction, Oz Arts Magazine, Issue 8, Oct/Dec, p82.
1992 Courier Mail, Galleries, Sue Smith, April, p31.
Queensland Times, On Show, March, p16.
Small Works, Wide Vision, Downlands Art Exhibition, p29.
Courier Mail, Outlook Seminar Highlight of Week, Aug 21.
1991 Women Artists of Aust, M Germaine, Craftsman House.
1990 Ipswich City Council Regional Art Gallery, A Guide to the Collection 1860 - 1990, Len Davenport, pp9-10.
Artists & Galleries of Aust, M Germaine, Craftsman House
1989 QLD Times, Coal Inspires Artist, D Cooper, Dec 5, p10.
QLD Times, Timeless Beauty Hidden in Coal Fields Inspires Artist, Robyn Buchanan, Nov 30, p20.
1988 A Complementary Caste - A Homage to Women Artists in
Queensland, Past & Present, Bronwyn Larner, The Centre
Gallery, Nov.
Courier Mail, Galleries, Michael Richards, Nov, p46
1986 Courier Mail, Art Review, Phyllis Woolcock, Sept 22, p16.
1985 Courier Mail, University Museum Survey 35 Years, Phyllis Woolcock, May 10, p17.
University Art Museum, Queensland Works 1950 - 1985,
Nancy Underhill & Malcolm Enright, June 28.

REPRESENTED
Queensland Art Gallery; Brisbane City Hall Art Gallery & Museum, QLD; QLD University of Technology; Faculty of Business, UTS
Collection, NSW; Ipswich City Council Regional Art Gallery, QLD;
Redcliffe City Council, QLD; Gladstone Regional Art Gallery, QLD;
Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery, QLD; The Centre Gallery, Surfers
Paradise, QLD; Tattersall’s Club, Brisbane, QLD; Brisbane Grammar
School, QLD; Ironside State School, QLD; Queensland Coal Trust
Resources Ltd; Allied Queensland Coal; Leighton Contractors, Qld;
Centennial Coal Co Ltd, NSW, Illawarra Coke Co, Wollongong, NSW; Wesley Art Foundation, Bris., QLD; Banksia Scientific Co, QLD.

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