Sue Jarvis

Sue Jarvis

  • Biography

    I am an Award winning artist who has interpreted Maritime subjects in many ways over decades. 2 Portraits are in the SLV Collection.
    2019, I won the MSWPS annual Annie Davison Oliver Prize.
    2020 Creative mentor in fire affected areas

  • Influences

    There is an emphasis on colour, shape and simplicity .
    Interest in the contemporary and diversity.
    The camera and computer are used as design tools. She is also inspired by B&W photos and films.

  • Awards

    2020 Creative Facilitator, Bushfire Recovery, Bunyip State forest communities.
    2020 Cardinia Cultural Centre Art Gallery.Contemporary digital photography Exhibition.
    2020 Archibald Prize Salon de Refuses Finalist (Melb)
    2019 Winner MSWPS Annie Davison Oliver Award. Judge: Lesley Harding,
    Director Heide Gallery
    2019 Art Show Pakenham- Best in Show. Noble Park Art Show, runner up
    2019 Finalist- Maritime Art Award, Docklands, Melb.
    2019 Open Studio at Gembrook for City of Casey Winter Arts
    2019 Member of Cardinia Shire Arts and Cultural Reference Group
    2018 Art Show Gippsland and Emerald Art Society- Best Oil
    2017-Constance Wu Award-Co Winner.Melb.Society of Women Painters and Sculptors (MSWPS)judged by fellow artists
    2017 Judge: Art Show Pakenham
    2016 Mentor , Emerson School.Art Advisor. Albany Rise Primary School
    2014 Finalist, Shirley Hannan Portrait Prize, Bega, (NSW)
    2014 Finalist, Gallipoli Prize, Sydney
    2014 Artist in Residence, Multicultural Mural, Beaconhlls College
    2013 Winner, Portrait Prize, Australian Water Colour Society, exhibited at Montsalvat
    2013 Finalist, Eutrick Contemporary Still Life Award, Coffs Harbour
    2013 Finalist, South Eastern Melbourne Business Awards
    2013 Finalist, Gallipoli Prize, Sydney
    2013 Photographer for Cardinia Shire’s new offices .7000 images
    2012 Best Painting in Show, Art Gippsland- Warragul
    2012 August, Finalist in Polish Art Foundation’s – Urban Spaces
    2012 Portrait of photographer Maggie Diaz purchase by State Library of Victoria.
    2011 Finalist – Eutrick Contemporary Still Life Prize, Coffs Harbour, N.S.W.
    2011 Photographer for “Face to Face” project, Springvale, Vic.
    2010 Exhibition Community Access Gallery, Latrobe Regional Gallery
    2009 Contracted photographer shopping precincts and new development, City of Greater Dandenong, Vic.
    2008 Finalist, Maritime Art Award (A.N.L.) Melbourne
    2008 Finalist John Leslie Prize for Environmental Art, Sale .
    2008 Finalist, Gallipoli Prize, Sydney
    2008 Winner, Cardinia Shire Business Awards, Home Based Business
    2007 Finalist Gallipoli Art Prize (Sydney)

    Member of Melb.Soc. Women Painters and Sculptors. Founding member of Secan-
    South Eastern Contemporary Art Network and Cardinia Art Society (CART)

  • Exhibitions

    2019 Circle of Women -group Show, SECAN Berwick2016 MAMA Albury (NSW) – “In Process of Change”
    2015 Montsalvat – Eltham (group)
    2011 “CONSTRUCTION CITY” – Walker Street Gallery, Dandenong.
    2010 Latrobe Regional Gallery, Morwell,“SYMBOLS OF CONSTRUCTION”
    2009 Casey Art Space, Narre Warren
    2004-1974 Thirty seven exhibitions including 4 interstate and 1 in UK

    Publications: “Post Modernism and the Visual Arts,” AEVJournal, No.3 2004
    “The Character of Nineteenth Century Dandenong,” in book and CD ROM form, an historical architectural survey begun as a student paper in 1971

    Collections: State, Municipal, Public, Company and Private collections including a major multicultural painting in 3 panels at the City of Greater Dandenong Offices foyer.

  • Website

Showing the single artwork

Sue Jarvis

Shadows, AAL Gladstone
102 x 137 cm Oil on Canvas $5,000.00