Ann Thomson | Reims Residency

Ann Thomson has just returned from three months working in the city of Reims, France. Immersing herself in the French culture and way of life, Thomson worked everyday in her studio producing inspired gouache on paper and acrylic on linen works. Thomson’s works will be exhibited at the soon to be complete Jacquart Museum in Reims.

Born in Brisbane in 1933, Ann Thomson has been exhibiting since 1965. After studying under the renownded Australian expressionist, Jon Molvig, Thomson moved to Sydney to study at the National Art School, then called the East Sydney Technical College. In 1978 Thomson was awarded a residency at the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris. Thomson has subsequently been an artist in residence at the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris in 1995, 1999, 2000, 2003 and 2006. In 1998 Thomson won the Art Gallery of New South Wales’ Wynne Prize. In 2002 she was awarded the Geelong Contemporary Art Prize, and in 2005 was the Kedumba Drawing Award. Thomson lives and works in Sydney.
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Paul Davies | Albany Art Prize Finalist

Paul Davies has been selected as a finalist in the Albany Art Prize with his work ‘Mum’s House Econolodge Pool’. The exhibition starts tomorrow, 29 September, and runs until 27 October at the Albany Town Hall in Albany, Western Australia.

Albany Art Prize
29 September – 27 October 2013
Albany Town Hall
217 York St,
Albany WA 6330

Paul Davies "Mums house econolodge pool" acylic on linen 153 x 122cm 2011_web

Paul Davies, Mums house econolodge pool, acylic on linen 153 x 122cm, 2011