Jennifer Keeler-Milne

Born in Melbourne, Jennifer Keeler-Milne lives and works in Sydney as a practicing artist, and holds a Post-Graduate Diploma in Fine Arts from the Victorian College of the Arts and a Master of Art Administration. A former museum educator with the Art Gallery of New South Wales and lecturer at Sydney University, UTS and the National Art School, Jennifer also runs her own drawing school, Dare to Draw, teaching the principles and techniques of drawing.

Jennifer has had several solo exhibitions in Sydney, as well as group shows in Hong Kong and Paris, where she completed a residency at the Cite Internationale des Arts. Jennifer was a finalist several times in the Dobell Prize for Drawing, as well as the Kedumba Drawing Award, Fleurieu Peninsula Art Prize, Adelaide Perry Drawing Prize, and was also awarded the Fred Williams Family Prize in 1991.

Jennifer has exhibited in many public and regional institutions including the Art Gallery of NSW (Sydney), Hazelhurst Regional Gallery (NSW), The Museum of Economic Botany (Adelaide), The Glasshouse Regional Gallery (Port Macquarie), Grafton Regional Gallery (NSW), Orange Regional Art Gallery (NSW), Tweed River Art Gallery (NSW), Broken Hill Regional Art Gallery (NSW), New England Regional Art Gallery (NSW), Casula Powerhouse (NSW), as well as several universities such as the University of Sydney, University of Technology and University of Western Sydney (Sydney), Australian National University (Canberra) and the Victorian College of the Arts (Melbourne).

Her work is held in the collection of the AGNSW, Artbank and the Victorian College of the Arts, as well as private collections in London, New York, Boston, Miami, San Francisco, Paris, Hong Kong, Sydney and Melbourne. Jennifer is represented by Australian Galleries in Sydney and Melbourne.

PAST EXHIBITIONS

2018

In Blog

Jennifer Keeler-Milne – 19th Mandorla Art Award 2018

Image: Jennifer Keeler-Milne, A New Heaven and a New Earth (2018), charcoal on paper, 135 x 160 cm. Congratulations to …

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Greg Weight – Finalist in the 2019 Olive Cotton Award for photographic portraiture

Greg Weight, Den, Across the Old Table (2017), inkjet print Congratulations to Greg Weight for his poignant portrait ‘Den, Across …

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Sasha Grishin Review – John Wolseley, Mulkun Wirrpanda & Mary Tonkin

Image: Two old artists looking for shellfish – John Wolseley and Mulkun Wirrpanda, opening, Australian Galleries. All photos courtesy of …

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David Frazer winning work in the 2019 Cossack Art Awards

David Frazer, The Tangled Wood (Composition I), 2018, etching, edition 40, 80cm x 120cm Congratulations to David Frazer, winner of …

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