VINCENT ELLIOTT
Born 8/10/1979 lives and works in Perth Western Australia, Is an established Arts practitioner and educator, a multi-disciplinary artist creating works in Painting, Drawing, Printmaking, Photography, Architecture, Graphic and Industrial Design.


QUALIFICATIONS

2009 Post Graduate of Fine Art – Curtin University
2006 Printmaking and Screen Printing Studies, Swan TAFE
1999 Advanced Diploma of Environmental Art and Design, Swan TAFE
1998 Diploma of Environmental Art and Design, Swan TAFE
1996 Certificate of Art and Design, Swan TAFE


SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2020 Temporary and Ephemeral Art programme – City of South Perth
2019 Manning Community Centre Exhibition Boxes – City of South Perth
2019 Rottnest Foundation Art Exhibition – Holmes A Court Gallery, West Perth
2018 Landscape Art Award – Perth Royal Show
2015 Black Swan Art Award – Brookfield Plaza Perth CBD
2010 Stations of The Cross – Wesley Church, Perth
2007 Country” Risbourough – Gallery
2007 Apple – Color Elefante Galleria, Valencia, Spain, NY Arts Gallery Beijing, China, Broadway Gallery, New York
2006 Mandorla Art Award – Moores Building, Fremantle
2006 Box Show – Lloyd St Gallery, Midland
2005 Salvation Art Show – Artrage, Northbridge.
2004 Dog Show 3 – Lloyd St Gallery, Midland
2003 Aqua Nullius – Ballidu Lodge Art Centre
2002 Recycled Sculpture – Dorothy Liley Gallery, Rockingham
2001 New Works – Kalla Yeedip Gallery, Midland
2000 Inspire Youth Forum – Kalla Yeedip Gallery, Midland


COLLECTIONS

2014 City of Belmont
2012 Town of Victoria Park
2011 Town of Victoria Park
2010 Lord Mayor Victoria Park


AWARDS

2012 Bassendean Art Award Best painting
2011 Victoria Park Art Awards Best Painting
2002 Perth Royal Show, Blue Ribbon
2001 Newdegate Art Exhibition, Highly Commended
1999 Swan TAFE, Diary Cover, Competition Winner
1998 Swan TAFE Acquisition Awards, Highly commended


WORKSHOPS

2004 Artist in Residence, Darling Range Sports College
2000 Take Your Seat, Bunbury Community Art Project
2000 Artist in Residence Banksia Hill Detention Centre,


PUBLICATIONS

New York Arts Magazine International Edition
Vol 12 Sept/Oct 2007Christine Kennedy
“Artists focused on the ambiguity of desire and the cultural construction of identity. Some of the Highlights included a photo-simulation of Eve in the Garden of Eden in which the narrative of a lost paradise, which has adeptly served as a pretext for lost innocence, invariably recoils. Eve, while beautiful and enticing, is neither innocent nor calculating”.
2002 Perth Royal Show – Judges Comments
“Very Detailed work. Plays with concept of life and decay” comments for “The Raging River.