Camie Lyons CV

Camie Lyons

Born in Melbourne, 1968
Lives and works in Sydney

Camie Lyons
Spirit Painting, 2017
mixed media on linenn


2005    Master of Fine Art (Sculpture), College of Fine Arts, Paddington (COFA)
2003    Granite Course, Sten Academy & Chalmers University, Hunnesbostrand, Sweden
2001    Studied Butoh and Laban Movement Techniques, Soros Foundation, Bulgaria
2000    Concrete Course, Chalmers University, Gothenburg, Sweden
1999    Bachelor of Fine Art (Sculpture), Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT)


2019    ‘A Physical Response’ Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, NSW
2019    ‘Humming Space’ Jan Murphy Gallery, Brisbane
2018    ‘Untethered’, Scott Livesey Galleries, Melbourne
2017    ‘Out on a limb’, Olsen Gallery, Sydney
2016    ‘Spirit Recovered’, Scott Livesey Galleries, Melbourne
2016    ‘Tenderness and Tenacity’, Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
2015    ‘Rural Romance’, Olsen Irwin Gallery, Sydney
2015    ‘Solid Drawing’, Scott Livesey Galleries, Melbourne
2014    ‘Finding Beauty’, Olsen Irwin Gallery, Sydney
2012    ‘Just This Moment’, Australian Arts Projects, Singapore
2011    ‘Wallflower (entering space)’, Tim Olsen Gallery, Sydney
2009    ‘In the Zone’, Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
2009    ‘Lyrical’, Richard Martin Art, Sydney
2007    ‘Ionosphere’, Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
2005    ‘Casting Into Space’, Kudos Gallery, Sydney
2004    ‘e:Motion’, Spence & Lyda, Sydney


2020    Live in Art 2020 Invitation Art Prize, Live in Art Sydney, Sydney
2019    Sydney Contemporary Works on Paper, Australian Galleries, Sydney
2017    ‘At Bull Bay’, Delmar Gallery, Hobart
2015    ‘At Bull Bay’, Delmar Gallery, Hobart
2014    ‘Singapore Affordable Art Fair’ with Australasian Art Projects, Singapore
2013    ‘Loaded: The Ned Kelly Exhibition’, Australian High Commission, Singapore
2013    ‘Grounded’, Australian High Commission, Australian Arts Projects Singapore
2013    Sydney Contemporary Art Fair with Olsen Irwin Gallery, Sydney
2012    Melbourne Art Fair with Tim Olsen Gallery, Melbourne
2011    ‘Wattle: A Survey of Contemporary Australian Art’, Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
2010    Dobell Drawing Prize, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney
2010    ‘Sculpture 2010’ Tim Olsen Gallery, Woollahra, Sydney
2010    ‘Signal 8’ Summer Show, Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
2010    Melbourne Art Fair with Tim Olsen Gallery
2009    Hong Kong Art Fair with Cat Street Gallery
2009   Hong Kong Art Walk, Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
2008    ‘Signal8’, Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong
2008    ‘Falling’, Richard Martin Art, Sydney
2006    ‘Friend Lyons Petrie’, Stella Downer Fine Art, Sydney
2006    ‘Sculpture 2006’, Global Gallery, Sydney
2005    ‘Ned & Bob’, Hungerford & Edmunds Architects, Sydney
2004    ‘Push Hard Cut Deep’, Avja Yards, Sweden
2003    ‘Granite Plays’, Hunnebostrand, Sweden
2000    ‘Earth Cycle’, Gothenburg City Gardens, Sweden (on permanent display)
2000    ‘Moebius Dance’, Sherman Galleries windowbox, Sydney


2019    ‘Symbols of Endearment’ 4 large drawings commissioned by Tiffany & Co, New York
2019    For Sydney Flagship Store, permanent display
2018    Hill End Artist Residency, Bathurst Regional Gallery, NSW
2017    Public Sculpture and Wall Works commissioned by Bates Smart Architects, Melbourne
2017    Bull Bay Artist in Residency, Bruny Island, Tasmania
2016    ‘Natures Waltz’ Kerry Hotel foyer sculptures, Hong Kong
2014    Bull Bay Artist in Residency, Bruny Island, Tasmania
2011    ‘True Project’ sculpture commission for Phuket, Thailand
2009    ‘Many Leaps Towards You’ wall installation, Pullman Project, Homebush Bay
2008    Public sculpture commission, Hoi Ha Wan National Marine Reserve, Hong Kong
2006    Public sculpture commission for Sydney City Council, Sydney
2005    Awarded Research Grant, College of Fine Arts, University of NSW
2004    Guest Artist, Stone Academy Hunnebostrand, Sweden
2003    Artist in Residence (Stone sculpting course), Chalmers University, Sweden
2001    Soros Foundation Scholarship to attend Butoh and Laban Techniques in Sofia, Bulgaria
2000    Winner of the Baron Edson Public Art Commission, Waverly Council, Sydney
2000    Artist in Residence (Concrete course), Chalmers University, Sweden


Public and private collections in Australia, England, Sweden, Hong Kong, Singapore, London, Hong Kong, France, Thailand, Hawaii and New York.
Public collections – Gothenburg City Gardens, Slottskogen, concrete sculpture
Hoi Ha Wan Marine Reserve, Hong Kong, bronze and sandstone sculpture
Sydney City Council – Offering, bronze and sandstone sculpture public sculpture
Waverley City Council – Local Branches, bronze public sculpture