Richard Maurovic

Richard Maurovic

  • Biography

    Richard Maurovic is a technically skilled and highly creative artist of more than 30 years experience. Maurovic is based in Adelaide and has travelled widely; this is reflected in his many paintings of cities, ports, factories, small settlements and panoramas from around the world. Taking a deep interest in all aspects of transport and infrastructure, Maurovic’s renderings of industrial and engineering projects are both appealing and authentic.

  • Awards

    SELECTED ART AWARDS
    2018 / Winner, City of West Torrens Art Prize, Adelaide SA
    2018 / Finalist, City Of Salisbury Watershed Art Prize, Salisbury SA
    2013 / Winner, 50th Anniversary Art Prize, National Railway Museum, Port
    Adelaide SA
    2010 / Finalist, Limestone Coast Art Prize, Keith SA
    2009 / Winner, Kidman Art Prize, Connections to the Land, Kapunda SA
    2009 / Finalist, Maritime Art Award, Melbourne VIC
    2009 / Finalist, Whyalla Art Prize, Whyalla SA
    2009 / Finalist, Mosman Art Prize, Sydney NSW
    2008 / Finalist, Fleurieu Art Prize, The Art of Food and Wine, McLaren Vale
    SA
    2006 / Finalist, Fleurieu Art Prize, The Art of Food and Wine, McLaren Vale
    SA
    2006 / Finalist, Fleurieu Art Prize, Australian Landscape Art, McLaren Vale SA
    2006 / Winner, Royal South Australian Society of Arts 150th Anniversary Art
    Prize, Adelaide
    CIVIC AWARDS
    2008 / City of Salisbury Living Legend
    2004 / Rural Press Inspiration Award
    2001 / Federal Government Centenary Medal
    1997 / South Australian Citizen of the Year

  • Exhibitions

    2019 / New Works, Hill Smith Gallery, Adelaide SA
    2016 / 20th Anniversary Exhibition, Hill Smith Gallery, Adelaide SA
    2014 / Richard Maurovic, Saatchi Gallery, London UK
    2014 / The Saatchi Experience, Hill Smith Gallery, Adelaide SA
    2012 / Peace and Prosperity, Hill Smith Gallery, Adelaide SA
    2010 / Richard Maurovic, Masterpiece Gallery, Hobart TAS
    2009 / Richard Maurovic, Masterpiece Gallery, Hobart TAS
    2008 / A Brush With Sydney, Paddington Contemporary, Sydney NSW
    2008 / Unscheduled Stopover, Hill Smith Gallery, Adelaide SA
    2007 / The Meat Game, Mawson Cultural Centre, Mawson Lakes SA
    2005 / Airport, Hill Smith Gallery, Adelaide SA
    2005 / Richard Maurovic, Mawson Cultural Centre, Mawson Lakes SA
    2003 / Adelaide As, Hill Smith Gallery, Adelaide SA
    2002 / From Paddocks to Palms, Mawson Lakes SA

Showing the single artwork

  • Richard Maurovic

    Portrait of a Box that Changed the World
    80 x 125 cm Acrylic on Canvas $8,500.00