Adriane Strampp is a finalist in the 2013 Banyule Works on Paper Award with her work ‘Ether’.
The Banyule art collection is a contemporary collection of art works by leading and emerging Australian artists. While it includes a range of media it is distinguished by its collection of works on paper. The Banyule Award for Works on Paper capitalises upon this strength by developing this aspect of the collection further. It is an acquisitive prize of $4,000 and is held biennially.
The theme for the award this year is “Of Light: Reflections on Colour”.
Ether 2013 oil on paper 79 x 56 cm (image size)
Grey Garden 2010 oil on linen, 152 x 152 cm
Adriane Strampp has been invited to exhibit in the annual Tattersall’s Art Prize, held at the Tattersall’s Club in Brisbane. The annual ‘by invitation’ Tattersall’s Club Art Prize is an acquisitive award which began in 1990. Strampp has exhibited previously in the prize in 2005 and 2006. The exhibition is first held at the Tattersall’s Club during their ‘Art Week’, before moving to Waterfront Place for public viewing.
Monday September 3 – Friday September 7 Exhibition Week at Tattersall’s Club, 215 Queen St, Brisbane
Monday September 10 – Friday September 21 7am – 6pm Public Viewing at Waterfront Place, 1 Eagle St, Brisbane
Memorium 2012 oil, wax, paper and lead on board 25 x 180 cm
Adriane Strampp’s Memorium 2012 has been shortlisted for the Geelong contemporary art prize. The Geelong contemporary art prize (formerly the Fletcher Jones art prize) is an acquisitive painting prize, conducted by the Geelong Gallery on a biennial basis.
In 2012, an exhibition of shortlisted paintings will be held from 15 September to 18 November. The announcement of the winning work will be made on the opening night.
This year the $30,000 prize money is generously provided by the Dimmick Charitable Trust.
Little Malop Street
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Bendigo Art Gallery
42 View St
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Adriane Strampp’s life-size drawing Tapir has been selected for the 2012 Paul Guest Prize at Bendigo Art Gallery. The judge for the 2012 Paul Guest Prize is Cathy Leahy, Senior Curator Prints and Drawings, National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. The full list of finalists can be read here.
‘My abiding and passionate interest in art commenced several decades ago and from those early beginnings I was introduced to contemporary art in a holistic way which ran parallel to my professional career. I appreciate that the journey for artists is, at times, a demanding and tortuous one and I trust that in some small way I have and will continue to assist them to achieve their full potential.’
Paul Guest 2009
The Paul Guest Prize is a non-acquisitive cash prize of $12,000 which is held every two years, highlighting contemporary drawing practice in Australia. The Prize was initiated by former Family Court Judge and Olympic rower, the Honourable Paul Guest QC and encourages artists from across Australia to engage with the important medium of drawing and to create challenging and unique art works.
Adriane Strampp’s work Observer Observed has been selected for the 2012 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing, judged by Sydney art critic John McDonald.
Observer observed 2011 charcoal on paper 66 x 105 cm
Adelaide Perry Gallery
The Croydon Centre for Art
Presbyterian Ladies’ College, Sydney
Observer observed is one of several drawings produced during a residency at Sydney’s Taronga Zoo in 2011. The subject is Birani, a Malayan Tapir who resides there.
My work has always been concerned with the connection between strength and fragility, the tangible and the intangible, and the presence of absence. From the early dress paintings of the 1980’s through to the current animal works I have explored that which remains ‘in absentia’: the body from the dresses, the gaze between the animal and the viewer. In looking at us the animals remain ‘in absentia’. Rarely does their gaze meet ours directly. In the desire for a reciprocal gaze we project our own emotions and interpretations, however the animals look beyond us and through us as we the observers seek momentary connection. Instead our projections are mirrored back to us, and their gaze reminds us of our imposition on their world.
The drawing has several ‘ghost’ images of the animal in the act of walking and is a reference to Muybridge’s photographs. The use of multiple movements echoes the shift of looking and being looked at. The observer observed.
Adriane Strampp January 2012
Adriane Strampp’s work Lost Worlds has been selected for the 2011 Fisher’s Ghost Art Award, Campbelltown NSW.
Lost Worlds 2011 oil on linen, 76 x 102 cm
Campbelltown Arts Centre
Cnr Camden and Appin Roads
Campbelltown NSW 2560
Adriane Strampp’s Choeropsis liberiensis has been short-listed for the 2011 Hazelhurst Art Award, to be exhibited at the Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre.
Hazelhurst Regional Gallery
Exhibition dates: July 8 to August 14 2011
9.30am – 4.30pm
The City of Yarra has acquired the drawing Hare II by Adriane Strampp for its Contemporary Art Collection. Hare II was recently exhibited in Five Miles from the Sea at Victoria University.
Over 150 artworks were submitted by 80 artists from which nineteen works were chosen.
Hare II 2010 charcoal on Arches paper 76 x 56 cm 20101
Adriane Strampp Hare (In memory of Marcus) charcoal, pencil and graphite on Arches paper 76 x 56 cm
Adriane Strampp’s work Hare (In memory of Marcus) 2010 has been acquired for the Kedumba Collection of Contemporary Australian Drawings.
19. Hare (In memory of Marcus)
“An iconic, enigmatic work that reminds me of the enquiry that Durer was capable of. The artist placed the hare in a believable space without rendering a background. Placing all the importance on the animal itself.”
Speech by Peter Sharp
Judge of the Kedumba Drawing Award 2010
Blue Mountains Grammar School,
31 October – 30 November 2010
Adriane Strampp is among the 31 finalists for this year’s John Leslie Art Prize 1 October 2010 with her painting Grey Garden oil on linen 152 x 152 cm.
The Vision Splendid – Beauty in the Natural World
John Leslie Art Prize,
Gippsland Art Gallery,
2 October – 14 November 2010