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David Keeling

The Way We Live Now

front cover Boardwalk oil on wood 22.8x30.5 cm $3,300

Stone Wall Field oil on wood 13x18 cm $2,000



House of Stone and Wood oil on linen 137.5x183.5 cm $25,000



Due East oil on wood 15.5x13 cm $2,000 East View oil on wood 17x13.5 cm $2,000 Stack of Stones oil on wood 17x13 cm $2,000



Brand New Deck oil on wood 64x64 cm $6,600



Long Room with Feature Wall oil on linen 51x61cm $6,600



Coast House oil on linen 46x36cm $4,400 Open Door oil on wood 40x40cm $4,400



Summer Idyll oil on linen 102x92cm $11,000



Dream Build oil on linen 122x92 cm $13,200 16


Summer Track oil on wood 30.4x23 cm $3,300 The Clearing oil on wood 30x30 cm $3,300



Stonewall Drive oil on linen 50.7x40.6cm $5,500 The Way we Live Now oil on linen 35.5x30.5 cm $3,300



Duckboard Promenade oil on linen 122x153 cm $19,800



Arcadia Rise oil on linen 101.5x91.5 cm $11,000



David Keeling CV! Education Other! ! 1992-2007! 1999! ! 1981! ! 1973-76!

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Solo Exhibitions 2013 ! ! 2012! ! 2011 ! ! 2010! ! 1987-2009! 2004! ! 2003 ! ! 1998 ! ! 1991! !

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Board member and Chair Chameleon Contemporary Art Space, and CAST Tasmania Board member of the Tasmanian Arts Advisory Board Board Member and Chair of Artbank Advisory Board, Sydney Master Fine Art, RMIT, Melbourne Post Graduate Diploma, Alexander Mackie, Sydney Bachelor Visual Art, Tasmania School of Art, Hobart

The Way We Live Now King Street Gallery on William, Sydney Views from the Dream Palace Bett Gallery Hobart New Rooms Niagara Galleries, Melbourne After the Rain, King Street Gallery on William, Sydney Chromium Oxide, Bett Galley Hobart Three Sixty Degrees, the landscapes of David Keeling Deakin University Gallery, Melbourne, VIC 22 solo exhibitions, Niagara Galleries, Melbourne and Bett Gallery, Hobart David Keeling Liverpool Street Gallery, Sydney Love Song Carnegie Gallery, Hobart Perfect World Niagara at Mary Place Gallery, Sydney David Keeling University of Tasmania, Launceston

Selected Group Exhibitions 2013 ! ! 2012! ! ! ! 2011! ! 2010!


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Glover Prize Winners Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Launc!eston Lie of the Land [New Australian Landscapes] (curated by Alex Taylor) Embassy of Australia, Washington DC Intangibles in Terra Australia (curated by Asun Bassas) Flinders University City Gallery, Adelaide, SA On This Island King Street Gallery on William, Sydney The Wynne Prize Art Gallery of NSW (finalist) On This Island, Meeting and Parting Hazelhurst Regional Gallery, Sydney and touring Bowen Gallery Wellington, NZ Look Out Tasmania Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart The Wynne Prize Art Gallery of NSW (finalist) A Natural World Glenn Eira City Council, Melbourne The Wynne Prize Art Gallery of NSW (finalist) Cuisine and Country Orange Regional Gallery and Touring Liverpool Street Gallery Summer Exhibition, Sydney


Selected Group Exhibitions!.. continued 2005! 2004! ! 2001! 2000! ! ! 1999! ! 1998 1997! 1996 ! 1995!

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Awards & Grants 2006! ! 2001! 1999 ! 1993-5! 1991! ! 1989 ! 1988 ! ! 1987 !


Academici Monash University, Melbourne The British School at Rome Gallery, Rome Italy Real, Keeling-Wright PDS Projects Hobart Imaging the Apple Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, Victoria and touring Working Life, Art and Public Buildings, curated by Rebecca Greenwood,Carnegie Gallery, Hobart Art and Land Contemporary Australian Visions, curated by Kevin Wilson, Noosa regional Gallery, touring Asia and Australia John Lesley Art prize, Art refers to Landscape, Gippsland Art Gallery, Victoria Visy Board Art Prize, Adelaide Pets, Prey and Predators Dubbo Regional Gallery, NSW and touring Magic Realism, curated by Christopher Heathcote, Australian Galleries, Melbourne Recent Acquisitions of Contemporary Australian Art National Gallery of Victoria Cabinet Pictures Jason and Rhodes Gallery, London New Territories ! Jason and Rhodes Gallery, London Brushing the Dark Tasmania Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart and touring To The Surface- Contemporary Landscape Art, curated by Ray Arnold, Plimsoll Gallery, University of Tasmania, Hobart Three Contemporary Australian Artists – works on paper Tasmania Museum and Art Gallery Redescubriemiento, Rediscovery, Australian Artists in Europe 1982-1992 Seville Expo, Spain, Australian Embassy, Paris, Australian Council, Sydney The New Metaphysical Ivan Dougherty Gallery, Sydney Neighbours, curated by David O’Halloran, Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, Adelaide. South of No North, curated by Richard Flanagan, Dick Bett Gallery, Hobart The Story So Far curators Peter Timms and Jim Logan, Waverly City Gallery, Melbourne. The City and Beyond La Trobe University Gallery, Melbourne and touring New Painting Acquisitions National Gallery of Australia, Canberra Genius Loci, Tasmanian Painting Plimsoll Gallery, University of Tasmania, Hobart and touring Fabrications Chameleon Contemporary Art Space, Hobart touring George Paton gallery, Melbourne and Praxis, Perth, WA

Glover Prize, Tasmania (winner) Overseas Development Grant, British School at Rome Studio, VACB, Sydney Winner, Inaugural John Leslie Art Prize, Gippsland Art Gallery (winner) Overseas Development Grant, London Studio, VACB, Sydney Professional Development Grant, VACB Sydney Hobart City Art Prize (winner) Community Projects Grant (union banner), VACB Sydney Overseas Development Grant Verdaccio, Italy, VACB Sydney Special Projects Grant, Tasmanian Arts Advisory Board, Hobart Special Projects Grant, Tasmanian Arts Advisory Board, Hobart !


Arcadia Walk oil on wood 22.8x30.5 cm $3,300



Allens Arthur Robinson Sydney Art Gallery of South Australia Art in Public Buildings, Hobart Artbank, Sydney Bankers Trust, Melbourne Deakin University, Melbourne Devonport Regional Gallery, Tasmania Gippsland Regional gallery, Victoria Macquarie Bank, Sydney Monash University, Melbourne Myer Collection, Melbourne National Gallery of Australia, Canberra National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Launceston Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart The Derwent Collection, Hobart The Esk Collection, Launceston The Tamar Collection, Launceston University of Tasmania, Hobart and Launceston Western Mining Corporation, Melbourne

Selected Bibliography

2012 Taylor, Alex: Lie of the Land: New Australian Lanscapes, exhibition catalogue, Embassy of Australia 2010 Timms, Peter: ‘Three sixty degrees, the landscapes of David Keeling’, exhibition catalogue, Deakin University 2007 Hansen, David: ‘David Keeling, Monograph’ Quintus Publishing, Hobart 2003 Payes, Sonia: ‘Untitled, portraits of Australian artists’, Macmillan 2003 Mary Knights, ‘Narrative Sweet Narrative‘ Artlink, Vol 23 no. 1 2001 Smith, B., Smith, T., Heathcote, C., ‘Australian Painting’, Oxford University Press 2001 F Allen, The Keeling Fielding’ Herald Sun, 24 October 2001 A Crawford Nature Boy Living in a Material World. The Age , 15 September 2000 Murray Cree, L., Drury, N., ‘Australian Painting Now’, Craftsman House 1999 P Timms, Failing to heed the pall of Nature, The Age, 15 September. 1999 I Mclean, David Keeling, Artlink Vol 19 no 2, June 1998 M Denohlm, David Keeling Craft Arts International, Number 45 1998 B Genocchio, A Relief from Relentless Avant-Gardism, The Australian, 16 October 1998 C Heathcote, Magic Realism [catalogue essay] Australian Galleries Publishing, August 1998 R Rooney, Magic Realism Tour Waiting to take you Away The Australian, 15 August 1998 P Timms, Not all Magic in the Realism, The Age 12 August 1997 G. Catalano, Building a Picture, Interviews with australian Artist, McGraw Hill 1997 G Auty From the Sublime to the Senseless, The Australian, 25 October 29

David Keeling - The Way We Live Now, Catalogue  

Catalogue of Exhibition

David Keeling - The Way We Live Now, Catalogue  

Catalogue of Exhibition