Wander by Alice Nixon

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DIMENSIONS (Height - 20.32 cm X Width - 25.40 cm )
MEDIUM ON BASE Ink
GENRE Abstract
REGISTERED NRN # 000-39051-0134-01
COPYRIGHT © Alice Nixon
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Artist: Alice Nixon



ARTIST BIO

Alice Nixon

18 Stewart Street

Brunswick 3056

Ph: 9 380 8235

Fax: 9 480 03 44

Mob:0409 969 175

EXHIBITIONS:

2014 A Brush with the Law, Trophy Shop Project Space.

2010 Postcard show, Linden, St Kilda

2004 Postcard show Linden, St Kilda

2003 Postcard Show, Linden St Kilda

2002 Postcard Show, Linden St Kilda

2001 Australia Illustrated, Brunswick.

2000 Salon Show, Conahan Gallery Brunswick.

1998 Painted playground, City of Whitehorse

1996 Persona Cognita, Museum of Modern Art, Heide

  1. Don’t Stop, Linden Gallery St Kilda.

  1. Postcard Show, Linden, St Kilda.

  1. Christmas Show, Linden. St Kilda.

  1. Art Naïve Gallery, Sydney.

  1. Southgate Project, Melbourne.

  1. Letter Box Show, Artist Garden, Fitzroy.

  1. Women’s 92 Show, Brunswick Festival of the Arts.

  1. Sydney Myers Fund Australia Day award 1991,Shepparton.

  1. Ministry of the Arts, Melbourne.

  1. Heritage Gallery Melbourne.

  1. Recent Ceramics Works at the Meat Market,

  1. Contemporary Australian Figurative Ceramics, Sydney

  1. Architectural Ceramics Exhibition Kangaroo Ground.

  1. Fire and Earth, Contemporary Australian Ceramics, Sydney.

  1. Architectural Ceramics, Kangaroo Ground.

  1. Post Graduate Exhibition, Latrobe University.

  1. Participated in the first National Ceramics Symposium of young

  1. Ceramic Artist, Canberra

  1. Ceramics Expo, Ballarat.

  1. Australian Craft 1986, Ministry of the Arts, Meat Market Craft Centre

  1. Victorian Ceramic Group.

  1. Eltham Community Art Show.

  1. Victorian Ceramics Group.

  1. Epitome Exhibition, Blackwood Gallery, Meat Market.

  1. Inside Outside, Warrnambool.

COMMISSIONS:

2000/01 Sixteen Bronzes in the footpath of Sydney Road, City Of Moreland.

1999 City of Whitehorse, 2 large Arches for the City of Box Hill

1998 City of Whitehorse-Garden Playground

  1. Artist in Schools for Westgarth Primary School,

Large ceramic mural

  1. Four Huge Lights for the Northcote Town Hall.

1996/97 Crown Casino, Melbourne 6 Sculptures (1.5 metre each)

1995 St Kilda Council, 3 Sculptures Jim Duggan Park, St Kilda.

1992 South Gate City Project, 2 large Ceramic Sculptures, Yarra Bank

COLLECTIONS:

  1. National Narco Award Collection

1986 Myer Foundation Collection, Canberra

  1. Victorian Ceramic Group, Permanent Collection

Represented in many private collections.

PUBLISHED IN:

  1. World Art 1st./1995

  1. Gardening Australia, March

  1. Contemporary Australian Figurative Ceramics; page 48,49-69

Published by Australian Council.

  1. Bicentennial collection of, Pottery in Australia 27(2)

  1. The Collectors Guide to Modern Australian Ceramics. Page 58,60

  1. Art Almanac, (May cover)

  1. Upfront, July, page 10-11

  1. Muse, June 03

`1986 Pottery in Australia, 25(3)



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