Curriculum Vita

Curriculum Vitae:  Stephanie Burns

Solo Exhibitions

2016 Put Some Colour In Your Life, Hollywood LA, California, USA. Film project.
Au revoir, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Milton NSW, Australia
2015 Oil Paintings and Beach Scenes, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Milton NSW, Australia.
2014 The English Paintings, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Milton NSW, Australia.
Beach scenes, Tallwood, Mollymook, Australia
2013 Many a mile over land and sea, Shoalhaven Arts Centre, Nowra, Australia
Migaloo the white humpback whale, Depot II Gallery, Dank St, Waterloo, Australia
2012 The Millinery Works Ltd, Islington, London, United Kingdom
2011 Living with water, Charles Hewitt Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Orion Sculpture Park and Gardens, Yass, Australia
2010 Hedonism, The Depot Gallery, Danks St, Waterloo, Sydney, Australia
Orion Sculpture Park and Gardens, Yass, Australia
2007 Reflections, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Canberra, Australia
2005 Great Australian male and others, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Canberra, Australia
2001 10 Years: a survey of sculptures and collages, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Canberra, Australia
2000 Floriade, Canberra Tourisms Spring Festival, Canberra, Australia
Collage, Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
1998 Towards the Baroque, Annandale Galleries, Sydney, Australia
1997 Coventry Gallery, Sydney, Australia
1996 Recent sculpture, Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
1995 Delaney Gallery, Perth, Australia
1994 Coventry Gallery, Sydney, Australia
GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2018 Elysium Verto – Paradise is Changing
Los Angeles, CA, United States
2015 Clash, Artfest, Milton, Australia
Spring exhibition, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Milton, Australia
Autumn exhibition, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Milton, Australia
Easter exhibition, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Milton, Australia
Summer exhibition, Millhouse Gallery, Ulladulla Australia
Easter exhibition, Millhouse Gallery, Ulladulla, Australia
2014 Fishers Ghost Art Award, Campbelltown Art Centre, Australia
Near the edge, Artfest, Milton, Australia
SOAP, Artfest, Ulladulla Civic Centre, Ulladulla, Australia
Spring exhibition, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Milton, Australia
Autumn exhibition, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Milton, Australia
Easter exhibition, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Milton, Australia
Summer exhibition, Millhouse Gallery, Ulladulla Australia
Easter exhibition, Millhouse Gallery, Ulladulla, Australia
Autumn exhibition, Millhouse Gallery, Milton, Australia
2013 Fishers Ghost Art Award, Campbelltown Art Centre, Australia
Fleurieu Art Prize Finalist, The Fleurieu Peninsula, Australia
Hunters Hill Art Exhibition 2013, Sydney, Australia
Small is beautiful, Charles Hewitt Gallery, Sydney, Australia
2012 Views and visions: Landscape paintings, Charles Hewitt Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Fishers Ghost Art Award, Campbelltown Art Centre, Australia
2011 Something personal – small paintings in support of big ideas, Charles Hewitt   Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Goulburn Art Award, Goulburn Regional Gallery, Australia
Hunters Hill Art Exhibition 2010, Sydney, Australia
2010 BSG $10,000 General Art Prize, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Artists in the Southern Highlands, Ryders Fine Arts Gallery, Moss Vale, Australia
Liverpool City Art Prize, Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre, Sydney, Australia
Hunters Hill Art Exhibition 2010, Sydney, Australia
Waverley Art Prize exhibition, Waverley-Woollahra Art School, Bondi, Australia
North Sydney Art Prize, Huntley Hall, North Sydney Council, Australia
Still life treasures, Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Bellingen Art Prize, Bellingen, Australia
2009 Winters journey into poetry and art, The Sheep’s Back Gallery, Yass, Australia
Waverley Art Prize, Bondi Road Art School, Sydney, Australia
Bayswater Art Awards and Exhibition, Perth, Australia
Bellingen Art Prize, Memorial Hall, Bellingen, Australia
Darlington Arts Festival, Perth, Australia
Gold Rush Art Competition, Gympie Regional Gallery, Australia
2008 It’s the small things that count, Defiance Gallery, Sydney, Australia
2007 Telstra Art Show, Gundaroo, Australia
Fishers Ghost Art Award, Campbelltown City Bicentennial Art Gallery, Australia
2006 All women, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Canberra
Contemporary, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Canberra
2005 6 x 6 x 6 Miniature sculpture exhibition, Defiance Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Brisbane Art Fair, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Brisbane, Australia
Capo, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra, Australia
2004 The march of the miniatures, Defiance Gallery, Sydney, Australia
The Melbourne Affordable Art Fair, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Melbourne, Australia
The Sydney Affordable Art Fair, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Sydney, Australia
2003 Annual sculpture exhibition, Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney, Australia
2002 Melbourne Art Fair (ACAFS), Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Australia
Annual 6 Miniature Sculpture Show, Defiance Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Sculpture 2002, Campbelltown City Bicentennial Art Gallery, Campbelltown, Australia
Beauty and violence, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Canberra, Australia
2001 Small Wonders, Defiance Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Mine is Bigger than His!, Stephanie Burns Fine Art, Canberra, Australia
2000 Idea and influence, 3 May-27 May, Annandale Galleries, Sydney, Australia
The Miniature Sculpture Show, Defiance, Sydney, Australia
Sculpture by the sea, Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia
Australian Drawing Biennale, Drill Hall Gallery, ANU Canberra, Australia
1999 Primary Colours- Red, June 15-July 10, Annandale Galleries, Sydney, Australia
Still life, King St Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Big Thoughts Small Works, Defiance Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Stained Glass Windows Competition, 25 Feb-25 Mar, St John’s Cathedral, Brisbane, Australia
1998 Pas D’Accrochage En Publique (Not a Public Hanging), Cellblock Theatre, East Sydney Campus, Sydney, Australia
A contretemps, Annandale Galleries, Sydney, Australia
Primary colours, Annandale Galleries, Sydney, Australia
Figure in the landscape: An Exhibition by 67 Sculptors, King St Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Melbourne Art Fair (ACAFS), Annandale Galleries, Sydney, Australia
Fishers Ghost Art Award, highly commended, Campbelltown City Bicentennial Art Gallery, Campbelltown, Australia
1997 Flagging the Republic, Sherman Galleries, Sydney, Australia
Diary, Coventry Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Anon, Sherman Galleries, Sydney, Australia
Blake Prize for Religious Art, State Library of NSW, Sydney, St John’s Cathedral, Brisbane, Noosa Regional Art Gallery, Tewantin, Qld, Cathedral of St Paul, Melbourne, Australia
Salon des Refuses, SH Ervin, Sydney, Australia
Sculpture 9, Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney, Australia
The biggest little sculpture show in town, Defiance Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Stiletto, Delaney Gallery, Perth, Australia
Fishers Ghost Art Award, highly commended, Campbelltown City Bicentennial Art Gallery, , Australia
Martin Hanson Memorial Art Award, Gladstone Regional Art Gallery & Museum, Australia
Still-Life, Cintra Galleries, Brisbane, Australia
1996 Flagging the Republic, Sherman Galleries, Sydney, Australia
Sculpture 8, Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Still life, Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Melbourne Art Fair (ACAFS), Christine Abrahams Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
Size is (not) important, Defiance Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Christmas show, Coventry Gallery, Sydney, Australia
1995 Generation, Delaney Gallery, Perth, Australia
Diary, Coventry Gallery, Sydney
Perth Art Fair, Delaney Gallery, Perth, Australia
1994 Diary, Coventry Gallery, Sydney, Australia
Summer show, Royal Academy of Arts, London, United Kingdom
1993 London Art Fair, Beaux Arts Gallery, United Kingdom
Bath Art Fair, Beaux Arts Gallery, United Kingdom
1990 Beaux Arts Gallery, Bath, United Kingdom

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Laurence Fuller: Elysium Verto, February 28 2018, Blog http://laurencefuller.squarespace.com/blog/2018/2/28/
“Put Some Colour In Your Life”, Fine Art Tips with Stephanie Burns on Colour In Your Life, Hollywood LA, California, USA. TV Program aired throughout the US and Australia on multiple chanels. YouTube https://youtu.be/4a0x8jY2s-c
Laurence Fuller: Mother Nature, 21 September 2015, Blog http://laurencefuller.squarespace.com/blog/2015/8/4/mother-nature
Terrence Sanders curator: The Viewing Room, Art Voices magazine, Winter 2013, United States of America
Susan Parsons: The Art of a Garden Park, The Canberra Times, 3 November 2010
David Curry: Creative community throws open its doors to create Yass arts trail, Sunday Canberra Times, 25 October 2009
Arts Corner, Yass Tribune, 29 October 2009
Diana Streak: Burns earns two, Panorama, The Canberra Times, 18 July 2009
What’s going on, The Canberra Times, 9 February 2009
Philip O’Brien: At home with sculpture, The Canberra Times, 10 September 2007
Stephanie Burns: An Artist’s life, Independent Retiree, Spring 2007
Stephanie Burns: Art for Pleasure, Independent Retiree, Winter 2007
Stephanie Burns: Valuing Art, Independent Retiree, Autumn 2007
Helen Musa: Capital Life, The Canberra Times, 11 November 2005
Sonia Barron: A Rodin-style renaissance The Canberra Times, 27 March 2005
Helen Musa: 100 Kg bronze sculpture taken from Deakin gallery, The Canberra Times, 29 June 2004
Lyn Mills: Circus comes to town just at the right time, The Canberra Times, 18 February 2003
John P Moloney: Risk or Risqué, it’s enough to drive you up the wall, The Canberra Times, 25 August 2002
Look Out, Times Out, The Canberra Times, 15 August 2002
Des McNicholas: Vibrant display of artistic talent, Canberra Sunday Times, 27 January 2002
Norma Allen: New circle of friends meets at gallery lunch, Hats off, front page, The Canberra Times, 13 November 2001
Sonia Baron: Deserves adults only tag, The Canberra Times, 31 July 2001
Ian Warden: Lust and laughs – the funny side of erotic art, The Canberra Times, 31 May 2001
Shaun Burns: Win News, Win TV, 16 March 2001
Ron Cerabona: Contemporary Insights, The Canberra Times, 8 March 2001
The Chronicle, 6 March 2001
Portrait 2, Summer 2001
Georgina Safe: Neckwear exhibit as artwork to tie for, The Australian, 6 October 2000
Norma Allen: Ties as gorgeous snippets of paintings, The Canberra Times, 3 October 2000
Helen Musa: Sculptures display a Passion for Tulips, Canberra Times, 18 September, 2000
Cassie Proudfoot: A Sculptor Succumbs to Tulip Mania, Canberra Times, 24 September, 2000
Sebastian Smee: The Australian Drawing Biennale, Drill Hall Catalogue, 16 November to 17 December 2000
Justin Murphy: The Arts Show, interview, ABC TV, 23 November 2000
Alison Barclay: Burning Talent, Sun Herald, 5 December 2000
Jewel Topsfield: What’s On, Melbourne Times, 6 December 2000
Jewel Topsfield: Community Catch-Up, Melbourne Times, 13 December 2000
Stephanie Burns: Towards The Baroque, Annandale Galleries Catalogue, March 1999
Sebastian Smee: The galleries, The Sydney Morning Herald, 30 March, 1999
Bruce James: Toto, I’ve got a feeling were not on canvas any more, The Sydney Morning Herald, 3 April, 1999
Bruce James: Galleries column, The Sydney Morning Herald, 18 April 1997
John McDonald: Christine Abrahams Gallery Catalogue, April 1996
Giles Auty: Added Dimension, The Australian, The Weekend Review, 20 July 1996
Jenny Zimmer: Burns Draws on Wealth of References, The Age, 1 October 1996
David Bromfield: The West Australian, 29 August, 1995
Elwyn Lynn: Critical Depth to Serious Studies, The Australian, 10 September, 1994
Jacques Delaruelle: Demanding Attention, The Sydney Review, September, 1994
David Matthews: Coventry Gallery Catalogue, September, 1994

 

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