Alice Pulvers CV

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Alice Pulvers 

Born in Japan, 1984
Lives and works in Sydney[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][vc_column_text css=”.vc_custom_1568895281678{padding-right: 0px !important;}”]

EDUCATION

2005    COFA one semester course – Drawing and Painting
2014    Short Course, Portraiture drawing and painting – Julian Ashton Art School

EXHIBITIONS

2018    Portia Geach Portraiture Prize -finalist exhibition
2018    Mosman Art Prize -finalist exhibition
2017    ‘Pulvers Art’ Exhibition at Willoughby Town Council Foyer, Chatswood​
2017    Hunters Hill Art Prize –finalist exhibition
2017    ‘Pulvers Art’ Exhibition at Art Space Concourse, Chatswood
2016    Pymble Ladies College Centenary Exhibition
2016    Hunters Hill Art Prize –finalist exhibition
2016    Sydney Royal Easter Show – Three Sisters Group Exhibit, Cattle Pavilion
2015    ‘Three Sisters’ Group exhibition, Landship Gallery, Georges Heights, Sydney
2015    Hunters Hill Art Prize –finalist exhibition
2015    Sydney Royal Easter Show – Three Sisters Group Exhibit, Cattle Pavilion
2014    Mandorla Art Prize – finalist exhibiton, WA
2013    Three Sisters Art Exhibit at Concourse Art Space, Chatswood, Sydney
2013    Lloyd Rees Memorial Youth Art Prize – finalist exhibition, Lane Cove Gallery, Sydney
2013    SKA Art Prize – finalist exhibition, Federation Square, Melbourne
2012    Cowra Japanese Peace Garden Gallery exhibition – month of September
2011    Wahroonga Preparatory School Art Exhibition, until 2012
2010    Pymble Art Gallery Artist on exhibition
2007    Michael Commerford Blue Door GalleryArtist on exhibition, until 2008
2007    Milk Factory Gallery, Bowral-Artist on Exhibition

AWARD AND PRIZES:   

2018    Portia Geach Portraiture Prize -finalist
2018    Doug Moran Portrait Prize Semi-finalist
2018    Mosman Art Prize -finalist
2017    Hunters Hill Art Prize –finalist
2016    Doug Moran Portrait Prize Semi-finalist
2016    Hunters Hill Art Prize –finalist
2015    Doug Moran Portrait Prize Semi-finalist
2015    Hunters Hill Art Prize –finalist
2014    Doug Moran Portrait Prize Semi-finalist
2014    Mandorla Art Prize – finalist
2014    Lethbridge Small Works – finalist
2013    Doug Moran Portrait Prize Semi-finalist
2013    Lloyd Rees Memorial Youth Art Prize, finalist
2013    SKA Art Prize – finalist and ‘Director’s Choice’ Federation Square, Melbourne

COMMISSIONS AND TEXTS

2013    3P Learning  -Commissioned book, Lyrebirds Remember, for visual literacy
2012    Phasminda Publishing  – Online publication of illustrated books; Three Sisters and the Train, I Love my    Pets, I Love my Garden, Maximus Moose’s Marvelous Morning, The Frandon Agricultural School Pig, The Honey and  the Fires, until 2013
2010    Numerous commissions for portraits and animal paintings, until 2016
2009    Commissioned portrait – John Bell, Actor and Director of Bell Shakespeare Company
2006    Illustration of books for major Japanese publishers such as Iwanami Shoten and Shueisha, as well as for    the popular daily, The Japan Times, and, in Australia, for ABC Books, until 2013[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row 0=””][vc_column 0=””][us_gallery layout=”masonry” columns=”4″ indents=”1″][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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