Maryanne Coutts

b. 1960

Painter Maryanne Coutts completed a PHD at the University of Ballarat in 1996 and has taught at Monash University, the Australian Catholic University and the National Art School, where she is currently Head of Drawing. Her thick, weighty gouache and watercolour works depict ambiguous, dark and often unsettling landscapes and anonymous figures. Coutts’ work has been included in group exhibitions throughout Australia and overseas. She was awarded the Portia Geach Memorial Award in 2007. Her work is held by several regional and tertiary collections.

PAST EXHIBITIONS

2018

2017

In Blog

2020 Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing – Finalists Announced

Image above: Jennifer Keeler-Milne, 6 sketchbooks (2019), paper, coloured pencil and card, 8 x 56 cm (each) Congratulations to Jennifer Keeler-Milne, …

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How art can change the workplace

Imagine you are walking through a soulless building. The corridors are empty. The walls are blank, save for an occasional …

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Wayne Viney: The Lake and the Sea

In the following interview, Wayne Viney reflects upon his recent exhibition at Australian Galleries, The Lake and the Sea. The interview …

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The Glover Prize 2020: Raymond Arnold and Rodney Pople

Congratulations to Raymond Arnold and Rodney Pople who were selected as finalists in The Glover Prize this year. Celebrating the …

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