Australian Art


Born: 1965 Wagga Wagga, NSW.
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Angela Macdougall
Angela Macdougall

1965 Born Wagga Wagga, NSW.
1987-89 Bachelor of Arts, Sculpture, RMIT.
1991-92 Travelled and Worked in Osaka, Japan.
1994 Designed/Constructed Stage Set, The Tempest, Merri Shakespeare Co.
1996 Honours, Sculpture, RMIT.

1992 Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
1993 Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
1995 West Space, Melbourne.
Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
1996 Wagga Wagga City Art Gallery, NSW.
1997 Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
1999 Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
2004 Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.

1989 Victorian Inter-College Art Exhibition, Melbourne.
R.M.I.T. Sculpture Exhibition, Melbourne.
1990 Artist's Garden Gallery, Melbourne.
1991 Diamond Valley Art Award Exhibition, Vic.
Corrugated Animals & Creatures, Artist's Garden Gallery, Melbourne.
1990-00 Birthday/Survey Exhibition, Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
1992 Australian Contemporary Art Fair•3, Sculpture Exhibition, curated by Ken Scarlett, Royal Exhibition Building, Melb.
SAE (LA Societe Des Arts Europeans) Osaka, Japan.
1993 New Art Eight, Exhibition and Book Launch, Access Contemporary Art Gallery, Sydney.
Artworkz 5, Acquisitive Exhibition, Gallery 101, Melb.
1994 Zoo Gecko, Gallery Gecko, Melbourne.
Shrines, Altars and Icons, Artist's Garden, Melb.
Australian Contemporary Art Fair•4, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne.
Conrad Jupiters Art Prize, Gold Coast City Art Gallery, Qld.
Furniture '95, Artists for Industry, 333 Collins Street, Melbourne.
1995 Nillumbik Art Award, Melbourne.
26th Alice Prize, Alice Springs.
Grand Central Gallery, Melbourne.
1996 More and More, Meridian Gallery, Melb.
Hung at the Hyatt, Mixed Exhibition, Curator Anne Loxley, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Sydney.
1996 Australian Contemporary Art Fair•5, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne.
1997 House & Garden, Sculpture at Heidelberg, Austin Medical Centre.
1998 Figure in the Landscape, King Street Gallery,Syd.
A Dog's Breakfast, Myer 6th Floor, Melb.
Australian Contemporary Art Fair•6, Royal Exhibition Building, Melbourne.
2000 Artfair 2000, Royal Exhibition Building, Melb.
2003 Dangerous Toys - Sculpture 2003, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
Three Colours - Blue, Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.
2004 Sculpture 2004 - Brenda May Gallery, Sydney.

1993 Awarded Commission, Public Notice Board Competition, Fitzroy Council, Melbourne.
1994 Commended, Kangaroo Invitation Sculpture Exhibition, Melbourne.
1995 2nd Prize, Tina Wentcher Prize, Melb.
1996 Awarded Pat Corrigan Grant.
1997 Public Commission, Manningham City Council.
Commission, 6 Degrees Architects.

1990 Article, Garden Art, The Age, May 22.
Review, The Age, Mary Lou Jelbart, Jun 6.
1991 Review, The Age, Mary Lou Jelbart, Dec 10.
Women Artists of Australia, Max Germaine, Craftsman House.
1992 Article/Repro, Sculpture Features at Access, State of the Art, Courtney Kidd, March, p13.
Article/Reproduction, It was the art fair we had to have, The Age, Rebecca Lancashire, Oct 6, p14.
Reproduced, Sculpture at the Third Australian Contemporary Art Fair, Asian Art News, HK, Peter Hill, Nov/Dec, p60.
1993 New Art Eight, Nevill Drury, Craftsman House.
1994 Reproduced, Melbourne Times, Mar 9, p4.
1995 Who's Who of Australian Visual Artists, DW Thorpe (in association with NAVA).
1996 Article, On show at the City Gallery, Daily Advertiser, May 25.
Article, Two exhibitions at City Gallery, Riverina Leader, May 22.
The Australian Gardener, Nov/Dec.
1998 Reproduced, Australian Art Collector, Jan, p51.
1999 Be there, Domain, SMH, May 1.
2004 TV Feature, ‘Sculpture 2004’ on ‘Today’ show, TCN9, Jan 28.

Artbank; Hyatt Regency Hotel, Sydney; corporate and private collections in Australia and Japan.


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