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Collection: Sophie Dunlop

BIOGRAPHY

Sophie Dunlop was born in Sydney in 1971. She comes from a family of artists, her father being the late Brian Dunlop. Throughout her childhood, she travelled extensively and learnt from her father and his peers.

Sophie grew up and studied in Sydney and in 2003 she moved to Adelaide where she now lives. She works full time as an artist and has a studio in the historic precinct of Port Adelaide.

View some of Sophie's work here:

Ampelon_oil_on_canvas                             Taking Flight

Web_of_life_oil_on_canvas                         Silver_sands_oil_on_canvas

Flower_arrangement_oil_on_board            The_old_mine_oil_on_canvas

summer_roses_oil_on_canvas                    

SOLO EHIBITIONS

2016 Gallery 1855, Adelaide

2012 Catherine Asquith Gallery, Melbourne

2011 Eva Breuer Art Dealer, Sydney

2009 Catherine Asquith Gallery, solo exhibition, Melbourne

2008 Greenhill Galleries Adelaide, solo exhibition

2007 Eva Breuer Art Dealer, solo exhibition, Sydney

2007 Harvest Market Exhibition, solo exhibition, Hill Smith Gallery Yalumba Winery

2006 Eva Breuer Art Dealer, solo exhibition, Sydney

2004 Eva Breuer Art Dealer, solo exhibition, Sydney

2003 Axia Modern Art, solo exhibition, Melbourne

2002 Eva Breuer Art Dealer, solo exhibition, Sydney

2000 Eva Breuer Art Dealer, solo exhibition, Sydney

EDUCATION

Studied throughout her life with her father, Brian Dunlop until his death in 2009

1989 Travelled in Europe, studying at the Lorenzo de Medici Art School, Florence

1991-94 Bachelor of Fine Arts, College of Fine Arts, UNSW

1990-95 Studied part time at the Julain Ashton Art School

1990-94 Studied privately in the studio of Francis Giacco

2003 Student Intern, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice

2003-05 Master of Fine Arts, College of Fine Arts, UNSW

2003-05 lecturer, Adelaide Central School of Art, Flinders University

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2014 Across the Water: China-Australia Modern Masters of Watercolour, exhibition of the Australian Watercolour Institute held in China and subsequently at Juniper Hall, Paddington in February 2015

2010 Slow Burn, A Century of Australian Women Artists from a Private Collection, S H Ervin Gallery, Sydney

2011 Christmas Exhibition, Catherine Asquith Gallery

2011 The Ashton's Exhibition, Eva Breuer Art Dealer

2007 Group exhibition, Central Studios, ACSA Gallery

2004 Group exhibition, Central Studios, ACSA Gallery

2004 Christmas Exhibition, Hill Smith Gallery

1996 Return to the Origin, Charles Hewitt Gallery, Sydney

MEMBER

Australian Watercolour Institute, 2007 onwards

RESIDENCIES

2015 Wilderness School, Adelaide, artist in residence

AWARDS

2014 Paddington Art Prize, finalist

2013 Lloyd Rees Art Prize, Hobart, finalist

2011 Harper's Mansion National Trust Still Life Award, finalist 2000

2007 Fleurieu Art Prize, Food and Wine section, finalist

2000 Mosman Art Prize, finalist 1997

1996 Redlands Westpac Art Prize, finalist

1996 Salon des Refuses, S. H. Ervin Gallery, Archibald Section

1995 Portia Geach Prize, S. H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney

1995 Salon des Refuses, S. H. Ervin, Sydney, Wynne section

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Advertiser, The Review, Market Forces, Louise Nunn April 7 2006

Sydney Morning Herald, Nicked or not, its the fruit of freedom, Daphne Guinness February 2, 2006

Adelaide Matters, Lively Mix, Catherine Clifton August 2006

Australian Artist, You don't have to be afraid of green! Sophie Dunlop November, 2006

Weekend Financial Review, Still life with Ancestry, Chris Boyd December 6-7, 2003

The Herald Sun, Art no PC can Match, Jeff Makin December 15, 2002

The Daily Telegraph, Bloodlines, Elizabeth Fortescue October 28, 2000

The Sydney Morning Herald, Down at the fruit stand, it's a case of sibling rivalry, Daphne Guinness July 19, 2000

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