Orange by Fraser Pollock

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Features

DIMENSIONS (Height - 76.00 cm X Width - 91.00 cm )
MEDIUM ON BASE Acrylic on Canvas
GENRE Abstract
REGISTERED NRN # 000-1753-0137-01
COPYRIGHT © Fraser Pollock
PRIZES AND AWARDS No Awards
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Artist: Fraser Pollock



ARTIST BIO

 

Fraser Pollock is a Sydney-based visual artist. He has experimented with a range of mediums and over the years his work has moved through distinct and different phases. These include periods spent drawing lines, shapes and intricate patterns with a variety of inks to his current interest in broad brush acrylic abstracts using bold colours and large canvases. He can be contacted by email: fplace@mac.com

PRIZE WINNER

2017

Saturday Prize 2017

Waverley Woollahra Art School

2015

Artists’ Society of Canberra Spring Exhibition 2015

Best in Show – Sunday Afternoon, 2015, 51 cms by 61 cms, acrylic on canvas.

Best Abstract Tides Alight, 2015, 61 cms by 76 cms, acrylic on canvas.

Awards selected by co-judges Suzanne Moss and Ruth Waller and presented by John Hindmarsh.

2009

Matthew Jones Art Award 2009

First Prize – What I see at the end of the rainbow, 2009, 42 cm by 29 cm, coloured pencil on paper awarded first prize in the open category of the 2009 inaugural Matthew Jones Art Award. Entries were judged by a panel that included Gene Sherman from the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Wairoa school deputy principal Annette Kay, artists Gary Shead and George Raftopoulos and Wentworth Courier editor David Mills.

FINALIST IN THE FOLLOWING COMPETITIONS

2021

Orange 76 cms by 61 cms in the Victor Harbor Art Show.

2020

The Orange Door, 122 cms by 92 cms, Orange 76 cms by 61 cms and Burnt Ochre 1220 cms by 92 cms selected as finalists in the Carlingford Community Art Show.

2018

Floating in an Inland Sea, 122 cms by 76 cms, selected as a finalist in the Moreton Bay Art Prize.

2017

Hooked by the Sun, 121 cms by 92 cms, acrylic on canvas, selected as a finalist in the Emerging Artist’s Award, fortyfivedownstairs.

Seasons, 101 cms by 76 cms, acrylic on canvas, selected as a finalist in the Mosman Youth Art Prize.

2016

Cherished, 92 cms by 121 cms, acrylic on canvas, selected as a finalist in the Mosman Youth Art Prize.

Summer, 92 cms by 121 cms, acrylic on canvas, selected as a finalist in the Moreton Bay Art Prize.

2015

High Noon, 101 cms by 76 cms, acrylic on canvas, selected as a finalist in the NAB Flanagan Art Prize.

Inside the Red, 41 cms by 53 cms, acrylic on canvas, selected as a finalist in the Online Lethbridge 10000 Small Scale Art Award.

Whimsical City, 70 cms by 50 cms, ink on paper, selected as a finalist in the Moreton Bay Region Art Awards.

The Outback Creek, 101 cms by 76 cms, acrylic on canvas, selected as a finalist in the Mosman Youth Art Award.

Whimsical City, 70 cms by 50 cms, ink on paper, selected by Peter Kingston AM as a finalist for the Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize.

2014

Red Hope, 41 cms by 53 cms, acrylic on canvas, selected as finalist in the Flanagan Art Award, Ballarat.

Blue Red, 41 cms by 53 cms, acrylic on canvas, selected as a finalist in the Lethbridge 10000 Small Scale Art Award.

2013

Bushwhisperings, 50 cms by 30 cms, ink on paper, selected as an online finalist in the Lethbridge 10000 Small Scale Art Award.

Uluru in the City, 42 cms by 29 cms, ink on paper, selected as a finalist by Jenny Sages for the Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize.

2012

Green Fish, 42 cms by 29 cms, texta on paper, selected as a finalist in the Australian Arts Access National Prize.

Uluru in the city, 2012, 42 cm by 29 cm, ink on paper, selected as a finalist in the Toyota For we are Young and Free Art Award, Melbourne.

The Draughtsman, 42 cm by 29 cm, ink on paper selected as a finalist by John MacDonald for the Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize.

2010

Mask 2, 2009, 42 cm by 29 cm, ink on paper selected as a finalist by Cathy Leahy for the Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize.

EXHIBITIONS

2012

Out of the blue – four drawings included in out of the blue curated by Peter Fay at the Sheffer Gallery May 3 – May 10, 2012.

Drawn to the Line – A selection of drawings from the Peter Fay collection. Darth Vader, 2010, 31 cm by 18 cm texta on paper included in Drawn to the Line, Goulburn Regional Art Gallery, New South Wales, 18 January – 10 March 2012.

2011

Showdown – six drawings included in Showdown at the Sheffer Gallery, Darlington, 1 June -11 June.

Artist ArtistsWheel, 2010, 31 cm by 18 cm, ink on paper included in Artists Artists curated by Robert Hirschmann, Benalla Art Gallery, Victoria, 30 July – 25 September 2011.

2010

frank’n’friends – work included in frank’n’friends at the Sheffer gallery, Darlington.

Fraser is related to the 1937 Archibald Winner Normand Baker, as well as the renowned painters Alan D. Baker and Garry Baker; Fraser’s maternal grandmother a member of the Baker Family.



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