Stephanie Burns Fine Art
In 2001 Stephanie Burns set up one of Canberra’s premier galleries, Stephanie Burns Fine Art. Exhibiting works by Australian and British contemporary artists and European Master Prints.
In 2008 the gallery closed it’s doors and remained online only while Stephanie spent most of her time in her studio painting for exhibitions around Australia and in London.
In 2013 when the doors were open again in New South Wales.
The focus of the new gallery space was Stephanie’s own paintings and European Master Prints.
As the artist had taken advantage of the time out of the gallery cycle of monthly exhibitions to re develop her own practice, her clientele grew and in 3 years Stephanie sold 130 of her own paintings in the gallery and exhibitions around Australia.
Since 2016 the Gallery has been online only, specialising in European Master Prints and Stephanie Burn’s paintings and sculptures.
ABOUT THE ARTIST/DIRECTOR
Stephanie Burns has worked in the arts industry in Britain and Australia for the last thirty years. During this time Stephanie Burns has exhibited professionally as an artist, published a magazine, edited several books on art, founded and run a not-for-profit art foundation and organized lectures and published pamphlets of lectures by people who are experts in their fields within the arts internationally. These lectures were held at institutions such as The Tate Gallery and The Courtauld Institute of Art in London.
As a professional artist Stephanie has won a number of awards and produced art works for twenty-two solo exhibitions and over eighty group exhibitions in Britain and Australia. Stephanie has been a finalist in major prizes such as the Fleurieu Art Prize, the Blake prize, Sculpture by the Sea in Bondi, the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition in London and art fairs in London and throughout Australia. As a commercial art gallery director she curated over a hundred exhibitions, as an art lecturer Stephanie taught at the National Art School in Sydney.
Stephanie Burns is a Valuer for The Australian Governments Cultural Gifts Program and a Life Member of the National Press Club in Canberra, Australia.