Amanda Fraser (artist)
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Personal background[edit | hide all | hide | edit source]
Amanda Fraser was born in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. She attended St. Columba's College, Essendon, majoring in drawing. In 1994 she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne. In 1996, she received a diploma for studies in Printmaking from the Melbourne Institute of TAFE, Australia.
Professional background[edit | hide | edit source]
After graduating, Fraser travelled and worked overseas, creating art in her spare time. She has travelled throughout Australia and spent time in New York, London, Europe and the USA.
In addition to her own art practice, she has worked as an artist-in-residence, lecturer and tutor at several institutions including AIA International Academy and also privately. Her work is in public, private and corporate collections throughout Australia including Swinburne University of Technology and the MCG Gallery of Sport.
Fraser turned from drawing to painting in 2006 and was able to concentrate on her art full-time in 2011.
Exhibitions[edit | hide | edit source]
- 1997–2001: PG Printmaker Gallery, Melbourne
- 2002–2003: Selected Solo and Group Exhibitions
- 2002–2003: Pollock Gallery, Melbourne
- 2002–2003: New international Bookshop, Melbourne
- 2002–2003: Artholes Gallery, Melbourne
- 2002–2003: Fitzroy Gallery, Melbourne
- 2004: Artholes Gallery, Melbourne
- 2004: Contemporary Art Society of Victoria
- 2006: Works Represented, Agora Gallery, New York
- 2006: Ward-Nasse Gallery, New York
- 2006: Pollock Gallery, Melbourne
- 2006: McCulloch Gallery, Melbourne
- 2007: Meli Interiors, Private and Public Collections, London, Melbourne
- 2008: "The Golden Rule", Tom Halford Gallery, London
- 2008: Works on Paper Exhibition, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne
- 2009: Art Melbourne (Melbourne)
- 2012: Incinerator Gallery (Moonee Valley, Melbourne)
- 2012: Ward-Nasse Gallery (New York)
- 2012: Articall Gallery (Melbourne)
- 2012: Eaglesnest Fine Art Gallery (Aireys Inlet, Victoria)