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Adriane Strampp! The Landscape Remembered! 9 September – 3 October 2015!


Adriane Strampp is a Melbourne-based artist. Her current work explores earlier concerns, pruned down to core elements both in subject and colour, examining the subtleties and nuances of memory and experience through poetic imagery and personal mythology. Current influences range from Gaston Bachelard’s The Poetics of Space to the writings and photography of Patti Smith. A romantic and figurative painter working through series over long periods, Strampp tends to focus on a central image as a vehicle only for the underlying message. It is not about the subject, but rather that which it conveys. The figure is often felt, but remains in absentia. In early work (mid to late 1980’s) the subject was the horse, sometimes heroic, sometimes damaged, but always passionate. This work was largely influenced by both the new German Neo-Expressionists of the time, and by English artist John Walker, who was highly influential during his residency in Melbourne art schools at that time. From the late 1980’s the horse was slowly replaced by the dress, often set in similar backgrounds and landscapes, and this successful series continued until the late 1990’s. After a studio residency in Italy in 1998, and the final series of Renaissance inspired dress paintings, Strampp began to deconstruct earlier work, often reworking a smaller detail into a larger work in its own right, such as a textile detail from the dress, or a background detail into a major landscape. Today Strampp’s work takes another look at the landscape, in a quieter and more contemplative manner, together with the use of a limited palette. Her work continues to explore the intangible and evocative, that communicates before it is understood, and the importance of and relationship between scale, surface and the poetic image through a method of layering and reduction that reflects the experience of connection, through history on either a personal or broader level. Subject and shadow are indeterminate, and the viewer is drawn into the work to decide between what is ‘real’ and what is not. More importantly, it is hoped that the viewer will experience a connection of experience through the work.


Moment 2015 Oil on linen 41 x 41 cm $2,200


Convergence 2015 Oil on linen 41 x 41 cm $2,200


Disruption 2015 Oil on linen 51 x 51 cm $3,300 !

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Encounter 2015 Oil on linen 91 x 91 cm $7,700 !

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Transition 2015 Oil on linen 152 x 152 cm $12,000


Passing 2015 Oil on linen 36 x 41 cm $2,200


Suddenly 2015 Oil on linen 122 x 122 cm $8,800


Pause 2015 Oil on linen 30 x 30 cm $1,100


Absence 2015 Oil on linen 122 x 122 cm $8.800 !


Confluence 2015 Oil on linen 122 x 122 cm $8,800


Fugitive 2015 Oil on linen 41 x 41cm $2,200 !

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Displacement 2015 Oil on linen 91 x 91 cm $7,700


Rise 2015 Oil on linen 91 x 274 cm $12,750 !

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Adriane Strampp Born USA. Lives and works in Melbourne, Australia Education 2010 Master of Fine Arts (By Research), Monash University 1998 Four month studio residency, Umbria, Italy 1997 New York Studio School Drawing Marathon, Adelaide Central School of Art, Adelaide 1984 BA (Painting), Victoria College, Melbourne Solo Exhibitions 2015 Vorbeigehen, Fort Delta, Melbourne 2014 King St Gallery on William, Sydney 2012 Hill Smith Gallery, Adelaide 2012 King St Gallery on William, Sydney 2011 Erlรถsung: The Animal Gaze, Dianne Tanzer Gallery + Projects 2010 King St Gallery on William, Sydney 2010 Greenhill Galleries, Perth 2009 Eva Breuer Art Dealer, Sydney 2007 Eva Breuer Art Dealer, Sydney 2006 Eva Breuer Art Dealer@Chapman & Bailey, Melbourne 2005 Eva Breuer Art Dealer, Sydney 2004 contexere, Flinders Lane Gallery, Melbourne 2003 Eva Breuer Art Dealer, Sydney 2002 A Thousand Words, Flinders Lane Gallery, Melbourne 2001 Eva Breuer Art Dealer, Sydney 2000 The Hurlstone Paintings, Flinders Lane Gallery, Melbourne 1999 Adelaide Central Gallery, Adelaide 1999 Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney 1998 Flinders Lane Gallery, Melbourne 1998 Centro Storico, Sofitel Hotel, Melbourne 1997 Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney 1996 Flinders Lane Gallery, Melbourne 1996 The Bride, a collaboration with Mariana Hardwick 1995 Flinders Lane Gallery, Melbourne 1995 Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney 1994 Melbourne Contemporary Art Gallery, Melbourne 1993 Melbourne Contemporary Art Gallery, Melbourne 1993 Holdsworth Galleries, Sydney 1991 Melbourne Contemporary Art Gallery, Melbourne 1991 Holdsworth Galleries, Sydney 1990 Melbourne Contemporary Art Gallery, Melbourne 1988 Holdsworth Contemporary Art Galleries, Sydney 1986 Holdsworth Contemporary Art Galleries, Sydney 1986 Reconnaissance Gallery, Melbourne 1986 Greenhill Galleries, Adelaide Group Exhibitions 2013 Last but not least, King Street Gallery, Sydney 2012 The Animal Show, King Street Gallery, Sydney 2011 Zoo AiR, Newcastle University Gallery, NSW


2010 ACGA @ Fed. Square, Melbourne 2009 SQUARED, Greenhill Galleries, Perth 2009 Some Recent Painting :The Director’s Cut, John Buckley Gallery, Melbourne 2008 Convergence, a Monash University Research Cluster exhibition, Shifted, Melbourne 2007 Natura, 45 Downstairs, Melbourne 2004 Precious Platters, fund-raising exhibition for The Jewish Museum of Australia,Sotheby’s, Melbourne 2003 University of Anhui, The People’s Republic of China 2002 ASYLUM, Dante’s Upstairs Gallery, Melbourne 2002 We are Australian, Melbourne Immigration Museum, Melbourne 1997 Exposure, Artists’ portraits of artists, Linden Gallery, Melbourne 1997 Australia Felix, Benalla, Melbourne 1996 A Taste in Art, in support of Community Aid Abroad, Sotheby’s, Melbourne 1996 Australia Felix, Benalla, Victoria 1996 Still Life, Robin Gibson Gallery, Sydney 1995 Chelsea Arts Club, London 1995 Australia Felix, Benalla, Victoria 1992 Melbourne Contemporary Art Gallery 1991 The Open Door, Sotheby’s, Melbourne 1990 University of Vermont, USA 1990 Alice *125, City Square, Melbourne 1988 Heidelberg and Heritage, Linden Gallery, Melbourne 1988 Still Life in the 80’s, Greenhill Galleries, Adelaide 1988 University of NSW Invitation Art Purchase Exhibition, Sydney 1988 A Horse Show, Heide Gallery, Melbourne 1987 A Drawing Exhibition, Reconnaissance Gallery, Melbourne 1987 Paintings from The Leeuwin Estate, Greenhill Galleries, Perth 1986 Oz Drawing Now, Holdsworth Contemporary Galleries, Sydney 1986 Heart and Spirit, Greenhill Galleries, Adelaide 1985 Six Young Artists, Holdsworth Contemporary Galleries, Sydney Curated Exhibitions 2012 Five Miles from the Sea, Richmond Town Hall, City of Yarra 2011 Exquisite Corpse, Fulton Street Collective, Chicago, USA 2011 Five Miles from the Sea, Victoria University Gallery, Melbourne 2010 painthing (as one), Australian Experimental Art Foundation, Adelaide 2006 Whiteout, Benalla Regional Gallery, Maroondah Gallery 2005 Whiteout, Span Gallery, Melbourne 2005 Whiteout, Maroondah Art Gallery, Melbourne 2002 Just Married!, Monash Gallery of Art, Melbourne 2002 The Painted Fold: The Garment in Art, Charles Nodrum Gallery, Melbourne 2000 Celebrating The Exquisite Corpse, Bendigo Art Gallery, Bendigo 2000-2002 We are Australian, national touring exhibition 1998 Exposure, Linden Gallery, Melbourne 1997 Australia Felix, Benalla 1995 Australia Felix, Benalla 1990 Alice *125, Melbourne 1989 Heidelberg and Heritage, Linden Gallery, Melbourne


1988 A Horse Show, Heide Gallery, Melbourne 1986 Oz Drawing Now, Holdsworth Contemporary Galleries, Sydney Awards and Residencies 2015 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing, finalist 2014 Paul Guest Prize, Bendigo Art Gallery, finalist 2014 Paddington Art Prize, finalist 2014 Salon de Refuses, S.H. Ervin Gallery, NSW, finalist 2013 Banyule Works on Paper Award, finalist 2012 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing,finalist 2012 Geelong contemporary art prize, finalist 2012 Tattersalls Prize, finalist 2012 Paul Guest Prize, Bendigo Art Gallery, finalist 2012 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing, finalist 2011 Acquisition by City of Yarra Contemporary Art Collection 2011 Hazelhurst Art Award, NSW, finalist 2011 Zoo AiR Artist in Residence, Taronga Zoo 2010 John Leslie Art Prize, Gippsland Art Gallery, finalist 2010 Kedumba Drawing Award, Wentworth Falls NSW, winner 2010 Art Gallery of NSW Sulman Prize, finalist 2009 Salon de RefusÊs National Trust S.H. Ervin Gallery, Sydney 2009 Travel scholarship, Monash University 2009 Hutchins Prize, Tasmania, finalist 2009 R & M McGivern Prize, Maroondah Art Gallery, finalist 2009 City of Hobart Works on Paper Prize, Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, finalist 2009 Mt. Eyre Vineyards Prize, finalist (winner Viewers’ Choice) 2009 R.& M. McGivern Prize, Maroondah Art Gallery, finalist 2006 Art Gallery of NSW, Sulman Prize, finalist 2006 Tattersalls Club Art Prize, Brisbane Art Gallery, finalist 2005 Banyule Works on Paper Prize, finalist 2005 Tattersalls Club Art Prize, finalist 2003 Redlands Westpac Art Prize, finalist 2003 Art Gallery of NSW, Sulman Prize finalist 2003 R. & M. McGivern Prize, finalist 2003 Nillumbik Art Prize, finalist 1997 Geelong Contemporary Art Prize, finalist 1997 Conrad Jupiters Prize, finalist 1996 Art Gallery of NSW Sulman Prize finalist 1996 Geelong Contemporary Art Prize, Victoria, finalist 1993 Moet & Chandon Touring Exhibition 1993 R.M. Ansett Award, winner 1990 Moet & Chandon Touring Exhibition 1990 Nillumbik Prize, winner 1988 University of NSW Invitation Art Purchase Exhibition 1988 Nillumbik Art Prize, winner Collections Artbank, Arthur Anderson & Co., BHP Biliton, City of Hamilton Art Gallery, City of Yarra, The Dobell Foundation, Dovery Manor Museum, Porlock, UK, Holmes a Court Collection, The Kedumba Collection, The Leeuwin Estate, Melbourne Water, Macquarie University, Nillumbik Shire Collection. Private


collections in the UK, USA, Thailand, Italy, Belgium and Saudi Arabia. References and media coverage 2013 Crisp Magazine, Issue 1 2013 MONOCLE issue 61, volume 07, page 181 Collingwood Text Carli Ratcliff, photos John Laurie 2013 messenger COLLECTIVE Launch issue,Habitat Spaces, pgs 096-097 2012 Daniella Miletic, The Age, Life & Style, Sep 8 2012 Sydney Morning Herald, April 6-8 2011 The Design Files, Aug 10 2011 Qantas Inflight Magazine – The Australian Way June issue 2011 Robert Nelson, The Age, Melbourne April 20 2011 Eliza Hope, Herald Sun, Jan 29 2010 Real Living magazine, May 2010 Western Suburbs Weekly, Perth, May 2010 Lissa Christopher, ‘Open Gallery’, Sydney Morning Herald – Spectrum, May 15-16, pp14 2009 Natalie Walton, Daily Imprint, June 10 2009 Jeff Makin, Gallery Snapshot, Herald Sun, Feb 23 2006 Jeff Makin, ‘Critic’s Choice’,Herald Sun, July 31 2004 Megan Backhouse,The Age,Dec 4 2004 Robert Nelson,The Age,Dec 1 2004 Jeff Makin, ‘Critic’s Choice’,Herald Sun, Nov 29 2000 Robert Nelson, The Age, Melbourne, Aug 2000 Juliet Peers, ‘Celebrating the The Exquisite Corpse’, Artlink, Vol.20.No 4 1999 Adam Dutklewicz, The Advertiser, Arts, Adelaide, Sep 6 1999 Giles Auty, The Weekend Australian, Arts, Sydney, Mar 20-21 1999 Catherine Lambert, Sunday Herald Sun, The Arts, Jan 17 1998 Nevill Drury, IMAGES 3 Contemporary Australian Painting, pub. Craftsman House, Sydney 1997 Sonia Heitlinger, A Taste in Art, In support of Community Aid Abroad, catalogue, Sotheby’s 1997 Ronald Millar, ‘ In search of the game’s top 10′, The Sunday Age, Melbourne, Oct 26 1997 Roz Layton, Vogue Entertaining, Aug / Sep., pg. 34 1994 Antonia Williams, Vogue Entertaining, pg 110-113 1994 A. & S. McCulloch, The Encyclopedia of Australian Art, Allen and Unwin, Sydney 1993 Susan McCulloch, ‘Today Arts’, Herald Sun, 8 Oct 1993 B. Watson, ‘Arts’, The Sydney Morning Herald, 12 Feb 1993 Judy Annear, The Moet & Chandon Touring Exhibition catalogue 1991 Robert Rooney, ‘Galleries’, The Weekend Australian, Sydney, Aug 31Sep 1 1990 Frances Lindsay, The Moet & Chandon Touring Exhibition, Moet & Chandon Art Foundation 1993 Elwyn Lynn, ‘Art’, The Australian, Sydney. Feb 1991 Elwyn Lynn, ‘Art’, The Australian, Sydney. Mar 2 1986 Elwyn Lynn, ‘Art’, The Australian, Sydney. Nov 11 1985 Elwyn Lynn, ‘Art’, The Australian, Sydney. Dec 7


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